Members get the first look at our new traveling exhibit, Planet or Plastic? This exhibit, curated with world-class imagery from National Geographic, offers solutions and information to mitigate the issue of plastic waste and to minimize single-use plastic consumption. This brand new traveling exhibition features more than 70 profound and inspiring images, videos, and infographics that tell […]
Making its United States Museum Debut, Planet or Plastic? explores the global plastic pollution crisis through more than 70 powerful photographs and videos in an exhibition by National Geographic. Learn more: nauticus.org/planetorplastic Join us for it's opening weekend - Jan. 30 & 31! Nauticus Members enjoy exclusive early access Jan. 30 from 9am-11am. Exhibit opens […]
Reliving the same day over and over again sounds like a drag. In honor of Groundhog Day, we will reflect on our actions and replace bad habits with more eco-friendly choices whenever possible! Do you have Super Bowl plans that involve paper plates and plastic utensils? Why not root for your team and help the environment at […]
Join us for a fun-filled day at Nauticus to take part in exciting STEAM activities in the museum, on board the Battleship Wisconsin and in our new National Geographic’s traveling exhibit Planet or Plastic? Learn how to protect our Chesapeake Bay from plastic pollution. Remember, a plastic free sea starts with a plastic free me! […]
Environmentally harmful gifts like balloons and plastic wrapped flowers are so last season! Show your love by being an environmental steward! Learn how to have an eco-friendly Valentine’s Day by making cards and gifts from upcycled materials. Give biodiversity bouquets of local wildflower seeds instead of roses! Nothing says love like a handmade, eco-friendly gift! Purchase tickets here.
Tuesday, Feb. 23 | 3:30 PM Webinar via Zoom & Facebook Live Afrofuturism —the merging of Black history and culture with science fiction, science, technology and art— inspires us to reimagine the past and speculate about the future. This speculation has long had an environmental spin. How has this cultural genre inspired scientists and creatives […]
Afrofuturism—the merging of Black history and culture with science fiction, science, technology and art—is the theme for Nauticus’ Black History Month celebration taking place from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Saturday, February 27. A variety of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) based activities, crafts, and programs will be presented inside Nauticus […]