Arts & Entertainment

‘Particles on the Wall’ exhibit open at Reach museum in Richland

The Reach is in Columbia Park in Richland.
The Reach is in Columbia Park in Richland. Tri-City Herald file

A new exhibit is open at the Reach museum in Richland.

Particles on the Wall will be on display through October.

The multidisciplinary exhibit fuses art, science and history “to explore the impacts of the nuclear age, with a focus on Hanford, the use of nuclear technology, and their bearing on the natural world and its inhabitants,” a news release said.

The exhibit contributors have ties to the Tri-Cities and include Sherman Alexie, Ellie Belew, Erika Bronson, Anna Daedalus, Kerry Davis, Dianne Dickeman, Nancy Dickeman, Kathleen Flenniken, Douglas Gast, Gail Grinnell, Steven Gilbert, Debra Greger, Irene Hays, Ginnie Hebert, Laura Hebert, Julia Heineccius, Yukiyo Kawano, Eric LoPresti, Judith Miller Loomis, Tina Murphy, Linda Okazaki, Trisha Pritikin, Lynda Rockwood, Jane Roop, John White and William Witherup.

The exhibit first was displayed in 2010 and has been shown around the Northwest.

It was created by Dianne Dickeman, Nancy Dickeman and Steven Gilbert, with additional support from Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility.

The Reach museum is at 1943 Columbia Park Trail.