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Museum of Culture and Environment

College of the Sciences

The Museum of Culture and Environment approaches our diverse and changing world with an interdisciplinary perspective, examining human life, culture, and our interaction with the environment. The Museum is located in Dean Hall on the Central Washington University campus.

The Museum of Culture and Environment is closed for the summer. We look forward to an exciting academic year of exhibits and events beginning late September, 2019.

Current Exhibitions

Shattering the Veil: Reclaiming Female Indigenous Identities (Dean Hall Lobby)

Monkeys Do... We Do Too? Studying Tibetan Macaques in the Valley of the Wild Monkeys (Window on Central)

Olivia Bode ('19, History/Religious Studies) studies a Russian icon in consultation with Dr. Volha Isakava (Department of World Languages and Cultures) and Dr. Roxanne Easley (Department of History).

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