The TAUNY Center has announced the new exhibit “Wool and Water” will open to the public on Wednesday, September 8th. The “Wool and Water” project by scientist Michale Glennon (Ray Brook, NY) is a data art project that blends fiber art with scientific data to create visual representations of changing water quality conditions in the Adirondacks.
Michale Glennon serves as the Science Director for AWI (Adirondack Water Institute). She has conducted ecological research in the Adirondack Park for more than two decades and has been knitting for almost four decades.
This exhibit is free to the public, showing through September 25th, during normal business hours: Monday-Friday, 10 am to 5 pm, and Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm. During the month of September, The TAUNY Center will also be open an additional hour till 6 pm on Thursdays for the town-wide weekly Music on Main series.
TAUNY will host Glennon for a virtual conversation about her project “Wool and Water” on Wednesday, September 22nd, at 7 pm. The event will showcase some of the fiber pieces Michale has made, talk about what they mean for water quality in the Adirondacks, and hear from Michale how others can get involved in this project. This event is open to the public, and will be held through Zoom. To register, click here. For more information visit the Facebook event page.
The TAUNY Center is located at 53 Main Street, Downtown Canton, NY. For more information visit their website.
Photo of Dissolved Oxygen Mat, a representation of the dissolved oxygen profile from June through November 2017 in the South Basin of Upper Saranac Lake, made by Michale Glennon.