Screening Of Toxic Puzzle At The Toledo Museum Of Art

. August 31, 2018.
Harrison Ford Marianne Landin Producer and Bo Landin Director

Lake Erie is well known for its algae blooms by Toledoans, but it’s not just around here–blooms happen globally. In efforts to find out the health risks of these phenomenons, scientists document its effects around the world in the film Toxic Puzzle. The documentary, which will be screened at the Toledo Museum of Art, explores the connection between cyanobacteria and illnesses such as ALS and Alzheimer’s. After the showing, Director Bo Landin and scientist Dr. Paul Alan Cox will be available for a Q&A session. The film will be screened 7pm Wednesday, September 12.

Toledo Museum of Art Peristyle | 2445 Monroe St.
419-255-8000 | toledomuseum.org
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