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Tessellate is a full service experiential design firm founded by Emily Conrad, an interaction and technology designer and Joe Karadin, a physical designer and architect. As experienced designers working in the industry over 20 years each, and together for nearly a decade, we saw an opportunity to fulfill a demand for new immersive design and offer a fresh approach to the traditional exhibit design industry. more...
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Bellingham, Washington
Art, Children's, General, Science
Your entire family is invited to celebrate Carnival in the new Lightcatcher building! Create a festive hat, transform yourself with a mask, and get your face painted. Hear about carnival around the world during storytelling in the galleries.
Bellingham, Washington
Bellingham, Washington
Art, Culture, University
The Western Gallery provides diverse experiences in the visual arts for its constituencies, encompassing the University community and region while providing a point of reference to the national and international art scene. Through historical, contemporary and experimental art exhibitions, through the outdoor collection of contemporary sculpture, through publications and through interpretative interdisciplinary programs, the Western Gallery is committed to creating an environment for learning.
Bellingham, Washington
Art
WMHA was founded in 1968 as a nonprofit organization dedicated to the collection, preservation, exhibition & interpretation of regional history & American art. The Museum also maintains the Syre Educational Center at 201 Prospect St. and the ARCO Exhibit
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