Olympia WA – April 13, 2011 Join Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility for the closing reception of Particles on the Wall at Olympia’s 2nd Annual Environmental Film Festival (April 15-17). The closing reception to this wonderful event will take place April 16 12PM-3PM at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia.
Particles on the Wall, the first exhibit of its kind, is an interdisciplinary exhibit exploring elements of the nuclear age, science, Hanford history, their thread through our lives and their bearing on the Columbia River and natural world.
The exhibit interweaves visual art, poems, and science with history and memorabilia to address issues of radioactive contamination, nuclear weapons and technology in Washington State, and their roles in southeastern Washington’s desert landscape as well as impacts on local and global communities.
Mingle with artists, poets, and scientist exhibit contributors hear poetry readings, enjoy refreshments, and add your own story to the exhibit in the This is My Hanford live interview corner. Stick around for the evening screenings.
Also! Pick up FREE TICKETS to the Seattle GREEN FESTIVAL at this event.
Exhibit contributors are: visual artists Mike Bristow, Janice Camp, Dianne Dickeman, T. Michael Gardiner, Douglas Gast, Gail Grinnell, Judith Loomis, Joel Rogers, Ruth Yarrow; literary artists Tom Buchanan, Nancy Dickeman, Kathleen Flenniken, Whitney Garrett, Debora Greger, Irene Hays, Jane Roop, William Witherup; scientific information, Whitney Garrett, Daniel Noonan, Steven Gilbert, Nick Thorp and history and memorabilia, Nancy Dickeman, Dianne Dickeman, Steven Gilbert, Gail Grinnell, and Sandra Hankins.
Co-curators for POTW are Nancy Dickeman, Steven Gilbert and Dianne Dickeman.
For more info contact:
Idil Levitas, Particles on The Wall Project Manager
email@example.com or 206-547-2630.
Exhibit in honor of William Witherup, 1935-2009