How important is water in our lives? How does human activity impact the waterways of Connecticut? How can impacted waterways be reclaimed and natural ecosystems restored?

Explore these themes through dramatic and poignant images captured by the Women Photographers of Connecticut, a diverse group of women photographers from across the state. This exhibition is being presented at a critical moment for our community, as the National Weather Service has recently reclassified the ongoing drought in Fairfield County as severe, with ground water, wells, rivers, and streams all below normal levels.

The Stamford Museum Galleries are open Monday - Saturday 9 am - 5 pm; Sundays 11 am - 5 pm.

Members: FREE | Non-Members: Included with gate admission


Workshop: Everyday Photos to Professional Photos
with Heather Liebensohn

Sunday, March 26, 10 am - 1 pm

At this hands-on workshop, Heather will invite you to follow her on a journey from taking everyday photos as a hobby to becoming a professional photographer.

This Workshop is offered free of charge. Donations are most welcome to help support this and other SM&NC Salon Series events. To reserve a seat, please click here.

For more information about these Photography Discussions and Workshops, as well as other SM&NC Salon Series events, please Click Here.

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