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Particles on the Wall (POTW) is an interdisciplinary exhibit that fuses art, science, and history to explore Hanford, the Columbia River and the Atomic Age. The exhibit features visual art, literary works, memorabilia, and scientific information to explorer the complicated issues that surround Hanford’s legacy of nuclear weapons production and its current cleanup challenges. The full exhibit includes over 100 pieces and continues to evolve.
From 2010 - June 2016, WPSR through grants from WA Department of Ecology provided support to Particles on the Wall, working with the exhibit’s founders and curators: Nancy Dickeman, Dianne Dickeman, and Steven Gilbert. WPSR continues to recommend this project. As an extension of POTW, the Atomic Footprints poster series shares excerpts from POTW as a portable display for venues that would not be able to host the physical exhibit. The series of seven posters features art and poetry from POTW with relevant historical and scientific information. POTW is now an ongoing project of the curators.
For more information: www.particlesonthewall.org or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Washington Nuclear Museum and Education Center (WANMEC) provides extensive information on the history of Hanford and the current cleanup, as well as the effects of activities at Hanford on the local residents and the surrounding environment. Through historical information, firsthand accounts, art, and poetry, WANMEC educates the public about nuclear issues related to Hanford, generates public interest and informed perspective on the cleanup effort, and conveys the diverse emotions that accompany these issues.
Daniel Noonan speaking at Water Sines Symposium: https://vimeo.com/83496439
Daniel Noonan at TEDx Yakima: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbQCARMv_Cg