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OMSI’s “Illusion” Exhibit Bends Reality

  • The Hurwitz Singularity by Jonty Hurwitz, , as part of Illusion at Science Gallery Dublin. Image by Science Gallery (sciencegallery.com) 3
  • The Hurwitz Singularity by Jonty Hurwitz, , as part of Illusion at Science Gallery Dublin. Image by Science Gallery (sciencegallery.com) 2
  • Cubes by Jennifer Townley, as part of Illusion at Science Gallery Dublin. Image by Science Gallery (sciencegallery.com)
  • Delicate Boundaries by Chris Sugrue as part of Illusion at Science Gallery Dublin. Image by Science Gallery (sciencegallery.com)
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Humans possess remarkable senses that provide us with an astonishing array of native abilities and defenses. But what happens when many of our heretofore predators and natural dangers are no longer direct threats? We follow as our curiosity leads us toward manipulating those senses for the sake of art and amusement. OMSI’s newest featured exhibit,… Read More

Wander Woman: Clark County Historical Museum

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Before it housed artifacts and history, Clark County Historical Museum was a Carnegie Library; one of 2,509 built with money donated by Scottish businessman and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie between 1883 and 1929. Built in 1909 on land donated by the Hidden family, the library was the first public building in Vancouver to have electric lighting. But,… Read More

Augmented Reality Experience at Providence Academy

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The Historic Trust, formerly titled the Fort Vancouver National Trust, is excited to partner with the Creative Media and Digital Culture program at Washington State University Vancouver in the development of a new engagement tool that will allow visitors to experience the history of Providence Academy through mobile devices. Once the project is launched, after… Read More

Wander Woman: Going Back in Time on a Fort Vancouver Lantern Tour

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Who needs a time machine when Fort Vancouver can transport you back to February 1846 with nothing more than a candle lantern and some fantastic volunteers in costume? The rain stopped one cool, February evening just long enough for me, my 12-year-old son, Isaac, and his 13-year-old friend, Thomas, to join Fort Vancouver’s very popular… Read More