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Particles on the Wall (POTW) is an interdisciplinary exhibit that uses art, science, and history to explore Hanford, the Columbia River and the Atomic Age. The exhibit features visual art, literary works, memorabilia, and scientific displays to provide a deep and well rounded look at the complicated issues that surround Hanford’s history and current cleanup. The full exhibit includes over 100 pieces and continues to evolve with new contributors at every installation.
POTW is a partnership between WPSR and the exhibit’s founders and curators: Nancy Dickeman, Dianne Dickeman, and Steven Gilbert.
For spaces not large enough to accommodate POTW, a poster series called Atomic Footprints is available. Atomic Footprints 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.