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Particles on the Wall Exhibit Opening Reception

January 26, 2012
Seattle, Washington

Time: 6:30 - 9:00 pm, Program and Reading at 7:30 pm
Location: Room 220, Odegaard Library, University of Washington

The program provides a unique opportunity to hear from artists, poets, and scientists who have been inspired to create a wide variety of art by Hanford. From poetry readings, to discussions on the inspirations for their art and their impressions on Hanford, the panel of artists will shed a new and interesting light on the site that created the bomb dropped on Nagasaki and is now the most contaminated place in the Western Hemisphere

The Particles on the Wall exhibit runs from January 9 through March 29 at the University of Washington.

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