It had to be a dual exhibit, Central Washington University’s celebration of the Yakima River.
As the focus of art, literature or music, rivers are so loaded with meaning — both metaphorical and literal — that any attempt to address their cultural and inspirational meanings had to be multifaceted.
Read more about CWU's multidisciplinary art and science collaboration here.
Article and photo courtesy of the Yakima Herald Republic.
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