January 28, 2012 - June 15, 2012
Shoes do more than protect our feet—they hold memories; they can represent who you are, how you’ve changed, or who you hope to become. In My Shoes shares the journeys, large and small, funny and poignant, of individuals from across the region.
Some of the shoes in this exhibit are worn out, with creased leather and gaping holes. They have hiked through forests, climbed up mountains, and worked until they are threadbare and thin-soled. Others are pristine and cherished—saved for only special occasions. Our shoes remind us of our sorrows and our triumphs. What would you learn by walking in the shoes of another person?
Museum exhibits usually have an eye-catching item or two, but when you walk into Central WashingtonArtifacts Of Identity: Ellensburg Exhibit Examines Migration Through Mementos
A new exhibit opening Wednesday at the Museum of Culture and Environment features objects loaned byA Slave Mother's Love In 56 Carefully Stitched Words
For about $300, a 9-year-old girl named Ashley was sold as a slave. Her mother, Rose, remained a "ho