Three New Future Spatial Use Graphics

Three great new graphics prepared by Sarita Mielke, recent VIU graphic arts graduate.  These diagrams are being made into posters to illustrate how certain areas of the Field Station will be developed as we raise additional funding to increase the education and interactive aspects of visitor experiences.
Future Spatial Use - Foyer

The south wall in the main foyer will include large aquariums that will represent the marine habitats and species that live in Baynes Sound as well as a VIU retail space. The rest of the foyer will be used for flexible, interactive educational displays, culinary teaching and special events.
Future Spatial Use - Conference Room
The south wall in the conference room will include a large aquarium featuring local species of jellyfish to create an inspiring and attractive space for events , meetings and dialogues.

Future Spatial Use - Stairwell

We are preparing the skeleton of a young grey whale to hang in the atrium space to create an exciting addition to the education and interactive learning experiences at the Field Station. To read more about this check out the story of the grey whale click  here.

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One Response to “Three New Future Spatial Use Graphics”

  1. Alien Invasion on the shores? Nope.. just the season for Lions Mane Jellies | VIU Deep Bay Marine Field Station Updates Says:

    […] We have a sculpture about this species at the field station you can read about here:   and we eventually hope to have a jellyfish tank at the Field Station (although we’ll showcase much smaller species like the local moon jelly. […]

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