The History of Diving Museum will unveil its new community art exhibit celebrating the plants and animals that thrive where land meets the sea on Wednesday, Jan. 18.
Members of the museum are free, and all locals receive $3 off the price of admission to see all exhibits, including “Dive into Art: Edge of the Sea.” Come enjoy artist and student interpretations of mangroves, wetlands, grass flats and the unique wildlife in these habitats. The exhibit will include art from 12 local schools.
Want to support the students involved in this project? Sponsorships are still open to cover the costs of student art materials and museum admission for local classes. All sponsors will be listed in the exhibit, we appreciate your support.
Extended hours will be provided throughout the day, with the last admission at 6:15 p.m. Beverages and snacks will be available. A free presentation on mangrove biology will follow at 7 p.m. in the Bauer Diving History Research Library.
The History of Diving Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit located in Islamorada (MM83). Divers and non-divers alike are amazed by over 4,000 years of “the quest to explore under the sea.” The museum has 14 core exhibits plus two annual limited-time Featured Exhibits as well as a museum Store with unique gifts. Check out DivingMuseum.org for more details, to become a member or shop online.