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WaterFire Easter Egg Hunt | 1

Find the 3 eggs hidden in the photograph. One of the hidden eggs will link you to the next page of our egg hunt. There are also bonus objects hidden in the photo. Click on them for bonus content.

The Moon Visits the WaterFire Arts Center

There are 3 eggs and 1 bonus object on this photo.

Moon Exhibit Opening at the WaterFire Arts Center. Photograph by Matthew Huang.
Galileo's Egg The Mondrian Elevator Dark Side of the Egg Copernicus Crater

Galileo’s Egg

Here is Galileo Galilei depicted by the magical creators at Ten31 Productions. Galileo di Vincenzo Bonaulti de Galilei was an Italian astronomer, physicist, and engineer, sometimes described as a polymath, from Pisa.

The Mondrian Elevator

Many of the design elements at the WaterFire Arts Center, including our bright blue elevator, were inspired by the paintings made by Piet Mondrian in the early 20th century. The geometric forms in his paintings and the regular patterns formed the windows and other divisions within the building are products of modernist movements in painting and architecture during this time period.

Dark Side of the Egg

The Dark Side of the Moon is the eighth studio album by English rock band Pink Floyd, released on 1 March 1973 by Harvest Records.

What many people call the dark side of the Moon is more accurately referred to as the far side of the Moon.  The far side of the Moon is the hemisphere of the Moon that always faces away from Earth.

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Copernicus Crater

Copernicus is a lunar impact crater located in eastern Oceanus Procellarum. It was named after the astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus.

The Moon model shown in this photograph is the artwork known as Museum of the Moon by Luke Jerram. This installation was part of the To the Moon and Beyond: Celebrating the 50th-Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing exhibition held at the WaterFire Arts Center in July 2019.

Photograph by Drew Christhilf.

About the WaterFire Easter Egg Hunt

Last week Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo delighted us all when she announced that she had decreed that the Easter Bunny was an “essential worker” and that she/he* will still be making the rounds, hiding eggs, and dropping off treats for the kids. Inspired by this can-do attitude we put together this egg hunt to help the Easter Bunny reach more people over the internet so everyone can have fun this weekend.  

Some of the eggs hidden in our images are Pysanky (Ukrainian for Easter eggs). These beautifully painted eggs are considered by many to be the highest form of decorated eggs the world over. Learn more about the history of Easter Eggs.

*  Yes, indeed.  Of course the gender of the Easter Bunny is a long standing controversy.  We contacted Easter Bunny HQ for the Bunny’s preferred pronouns, but have not yet heard back.