"Fish Story" is an environmental art project. It's participatory, which means involving the public to look at what's happening around us and to see what we can do to make a difference.
Artist Aviva Rahmani doesn't live in Memphis, but she sees our city, sitting in the middle of the 3rd largest floodplain in the world, as a nexus for change. According to Ms. Rahmani and the scientists involved in this project, fish in our rivers (the Ghost, Wolf, and Mississippi) reflect human challenges. As fish go, so go people.
Take part in "Fish Story." Free. All ages invited.
Tues., May 7, 7 - 7"30 pm at Crosstown Arts
Fri., May 10, 5 - 8 pm at Memphis College of Art
Sat., May 11, 2 - 3 pm at Memphis College of Art