Art / Science / Innovation

WATER: In Search of Solutions


Join the San Diego Incubator for Innovation


Saturday, January 25, 2014

10 am – 2 pm

San Diego Natural History Museum


See the diverse array of learning activities documented in photographs.


We face extraordinary challenges—and opportunities—in the mismatch between regional water supply and demand.

Learn about multiple aspects of water including ecology, policy, infrastructure, technology, human behavior, and approaches to education through presentations, discussions, demonstrations, and interactive activities.

10 – 11 amThe Big Picture  in the Charmaine and Maurice Kaplan Theater
Brief presentations from experts will provide a framework for thinking about the complexity of water issues. Audience members will ask questions toprovoke conversation among panelists and attendees.

11 am – 2 pmAll about Water  in the Sefton Atrium, Learning Labs, Water: A California Story
Presentations, demonstrations, and activities by a diverse array of organizations will enrich our understanding of water in our region.

Presenters include San Diego County Water Authority, San Diego’s Water Purification Project, Biomimicry San Diego, Think Blue, Beach Physics, H2OME, Urban Land Institute, Encina Wastewater Treatment Plant, AlterTerra, San Dieguito River Park, Center for Aerosol Impacts on Climate and the Environment, and more.


Register now for free admission to WATER: In Search of Solutions.

Regular admission to the San Diego Natural History Museum is included.

Seating for “The Big Picture” 10 – 11 am in the Kaplan Theater is limited to 300 people. You will receive confirmation of your reservation.


The San Diego Incubator for Innovation has formed an innovation community comprised of scientists, engineers, artists, entrepreneurs, students, and educators from our binational region. Our goal: to create new products, services, and learning programs targeting water and the mismatch between supply and demand. The San Diego Incubator is one of three incubators in the Art of Science Learning—hosted by the Balboa Park Cultural Partnership, funded by the National Science Foundation, and dedicated to promoting creativity and innovation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through thoughtful integration of the arts.

Stay tuned for future public events.

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