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THIS EVENT IS SUBJECT TO STATE AND LOCAL ATTENDANCE LIMITS Chasing Coral follows a team of divers, photographers, and scientists out to photograph the elusive process of coral bleaching, a phenomenon happening at an unprecedented rate around the world from warming ocean temperatures. The film took 3.5 years to make, features 500 hours of underwater footage, and submissions from over 30 countries. Film is rated PG.Find out more »
This month we welcome local Moses Lake artist Lon Chaffee for his first show in the community gallery. Nature, animals, and materials are major sources of inspiration for Lon. Rustic Wildlife highlights Lon’s love of landscape and animals through acrylic. He creates custom-built frames for each painting, seeking to relate subject matter all the way to the border of his pieces. Most frames are upcycled, thanks to family connections to properties spanning from Orville to Whidbey Island. Chaffee collects everything… Continue Reading MUSEUM COMMUNITY GALLERY Lon Chaffee: Rustic WildlifeFind out more »
THIS EVENT IS SUBJECT TO STATE AND LOCAL ATTENDANCE LIMITS An exploration of active volcanoes in Indonesia (Mount Sinabung), Iceland, North Korea, and Ethiopia (Erta Ale), Werner Herzog follows volcanologist and co-director Clive Oppenheimer, who hopes to minimize the volcanoes’ destructive impact. Herzog's quest is to gain an image of our origins and nature as a species. He finds that the volcano is mysterious, violent, and rapturously beautiful and instructs that "there is no single one that is not connected… Continue Reading SALON SERIES Film: Into the InfernoFind out more »
MUSEUM MAIN GALLERY NEH on the Road Traveling Exhibit For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights, examines the vital role that visual imagery played in the fight for racial and social equality from the 1940s through the 1970s. Organized by the Center for Art, Design, and Visual Culture at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and curated by Dr. Maurice Berger, the exhibition traces the emergence of attempts by some African Americans (such as the well-known photographer Gordon Parks) to present a more… Continue Reading MUSEUM MAIN GALLERY NEH on the Road Traveling Exhibit For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil RightsFind out more »