Dean Hall Lobby, free and open to the public.
Particles on the Wall (POTW) is an interdisciplinary group exhibit exploring elements of science and the nuclear age, Hanford history, their thread through our lives and their bearing on the Columbia River and natural world.
Featuring contributing artists and writers, as well as co-curators, Steven Gilbert, an environmental health and nuclear disarmament advocate, Nancy Dickeman, a writer and peace advocate, and Dianne Dickeman, a Seattle visual artist. Visit the exhibit, speak with the artists, and discover how the Hanford site has shaped the modern world.
The Museum of Culture and Environment at Central Washington University is seeking submissions for itMexican Folk Art Spotlighted In New Exhibition At CWU
A unique collection of Mexican folk art, known as retablos and ex-votos, is now on display in CentraFour Powerful Exhibits Open At The Museum Of Culture And Environment October 1
The four new exhibits opening at the Museum of Culture and Environment will excite your imagination