The Guam Museum is proud to feature Humanities Guåhan programming for their joint exhibition, “Hita I Hanom, We are Water” and Water/Ways”
Time and Tide, directed by Julie Bayer and Josh Salzman, takes a look at the impending catastrophes affiliated with globalisation on the Pacific Island of Tuvalu, as well as with the rising sea levels as a result of global warming. A panel discussion on these themes will follow the film.
This film screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring:
- Mauryn Quenga McDonald, P.E., Permits and New Area Development Supervisor, Guam Waterworks Authority
- Vangie Lujan, Senior Regulatory Analyst, Guam Waterworks Authority
- Mike Gawel, Integrated Cultural and Natural Resources Program Manager, US National Park Service, Guam and CNMI
- John Jocson, Assistant Professor of Science, Guam Community College
This screening and discussion for Time & Tide is part of the program series for Humanities Guåhan’s Hita I Hanom, We Are Water exhibit and the Smithsonian’s national exhibit Water|Ways. Both exhibits are on view at the Guam Museum until October 29, 2017.