During an art class at Central Washington University, Monica Miller asked how many of her students had visited Gallery One, the community art center and gallery downtown.
Only a few of the 25 students in the class raised their hand, said Miller, the art center’s incoming executive director.
“We’re three blocks away (from campus), but it feels worlds apart,” she said recently.
Bridging the gap between downtown businesses and Central students is the focus of a new joint effort between the Ellensburg Downtown Association and the Central Communication Agency, a student-run public relations and marketing firm.
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