Exhibition | Carved Rock: How Water Shaped Land & Life in Clear Creek Canyon
Aug 22–Oct 11, 2020, 9:00 am
"Carved Rock: How Water Shaped Land & Life in Clear Creek Canyon" is a new exhibition at Fremont Indian State Park that explores how the water of Clear Creek carved a canyon passageway through daunting mountains and has served as a source of life and symbol of sustenance to people using the canyon for the last 10,000 years.
This exhibition accompanies the Smithsonian Water|Ways exhibition, stopping in in the Sevier Valley from August 22 to October 11, 2020 at the Fremont Indian State Park Museum.
Water|Ways is part of Museum on Main Street, a collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and Utah Humanities, touring in partnership with the Fremont Indian State Park & Museum. Water|Ways and associated events are part of Think Water Utah, a statewide collaboration and conversation on the critical topic of water presented by Utah Humanities and its partners. For more information, see www.utahhumanities.org
The Museum is excited to welcome you! The Utah Governor has mandated that everyone in state facilities wear a mask. Please come prepared to wear a mask inside our museum. Thank you!
Fremont Indian State Park Museum
3820 W Clear Creek Canyon RD
Sevier , UT 84766-6058