Aquarium Falls

Inspired by the water features found in Maryland’s state parks and campgrounds, Mount Royal Avenue at Dolphin Street will transform into Aquarium Falls, a participatory installation presented by the National Aquarium.

Location: Mount Royal Avenue and Dolphin Street, on the median

Inspired by the water features found in Maryland’s state parks and campgrounds, Mount Royal Avenue at Dolphin Street will transform into Aquarium Falls, a participatory installation presented by the National Aquarium in collaboration with visual artist and Maryland Institute College of Art graduate Kasey Jones. Festival-goers will assist Kasey in the creation of a waterfall created entirely of repurposed plastic materials, and playfully explore a park-like landscape complete with a winding stream, stepping stones and trail activities. Aquarium Falls was conceptualized by the National Aquarium's summer camp counselors and student campers. Campers will be on-hand all weekend with crafts and animal exploration activities, bringing their real-life camp experiences into Artscape and inspiring festival-goers to care for and protect our park waterways.

Artists: National Aquarium and Kasey Jones
































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