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Feb. 23: 'Water: A Medium for Life'

Engineers Without Borders to co-host art show in Taylor Hall Gallery

The Engineers Without Borders Student Chapter at the University of Delaware (EWB-UD) will partner with the EWB Delaware Professional Chapter and the University’s Department of Art and Design (Art Ambassadors Program) to co-host an art show celebrating the work of EWB and UD students.

The show, titled “Water: A Medium for Life,” will celebrate projects the two EWB chapters are doing that focus on bringing clean, sustainable sources of water to communities in Malawi, the Philippines, and Kenya. The event is meant to raise awareness for EWB and the Department of Art and Design.

Artwork inspired by the EWB projects and made by UD art students, as well as photos from the EWB trips, will be available for purchase through a silent auction. All proceeds from the event will support EWB projects and UD art and design students.

The event will be held on Thursday Feb. 23, from 4-7 p.m. in the Taylor Hall Gallery near Old College.

Refreshments will be available.

The event is free and open to the public.


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