Habitat for Hard Places presented by the Cuyahoga Conservation Authority

An exhibition by Halina Steiner


Oct 26, 2020—Dec 11, 2020


Banvard Gallery
Knowlton Hall
275 West Woodruff Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210
United States


Habitat for Hard Places seeks to improve habitat for the migratory fish species in Lake Erie that use the Cuyahoga River to spawn. Bulkhead conditions historically impaired the ability of these fish to successfully complete this journey. A new conservation initiative has been developed to aid the fish via modular habitat infrastructures. The Habitat for Hard Places Archive of the Cuyahoga Conservation Authority (CCA) catalogues this new fish habitat.

The archive is currently closed due to COVID-19.

To view materials from the archive please visit Habitat_for_Hard_Places on Instagram.

The Banvard Gallery will display works throughout autumn semester, but entry into the gallery is not permitted. Visitors can view the exhibitions through the glass partitions inside Knowlton Hall and through the windows on the KSA Café terrace on the north side of Knowlton Hall.