Elwha: A River Reborn, a new exhibit from the Burke Museum, takes you to the Northwest’s legendary Elwha River Valley to discover the people, places, and history behind a remarkable local story—and the largest dam removal project ever undertaken.
Voices of Veterans: Objects of Memory. Veterans and families in the community share objects and stories related to service.
*Please propose an object to be lent for this exhibition. More information at: http://www.cwu.edu/museum/request-veterans-exhibition
Textiles and Human Rights. An exhibition project centered on the arpilleras produced in memory of the Disappeared in Chile.
m a Public Participation Grant through the Washington State Department of Ecology.
A new exhibition on the indigenous arts of the Philippines will open at CWU’s Museum of Culture anTraveling Exhibit Teaches The Facts On Composting
Facts on Composting, a traveling exhibition developed by the Institute for Neurotoxicology and NeuroKIMA TV On The Museum's Homelessness Exhibtion
See Crystal Bui's report, on KIMA TV, on the Museum of Culture and Environment's exhibition on Homel