Yesterday I mentioned that the Museum of Nature organizes its galleries thematically. When I visit, I like to go to the top floor and work my way down. There's one gallery up here for temporary exhibits, which I didn't visit this time out. The other gallery is the Arctic Gallery, a collaborative effort with the First Nations of the Far North, showing life and landscapes of the Arctic. The first thing one sees upon coming inside are a set of slabs of ice. The water melting off of these during the day is frozen back onto the surfaces at night. Film images of people, animals, and the land of the north are projected onto these slabs.