Cellist and University of Minnesota undergrad Daniel Crawford and geology professor Scott St. George came up with an interesting idea: put climate data to music.
In dense, concrete-locked urban areas like Seattle space for gardening is hard to come by. After all, this is a city where land is so valuable that people spend an average of $346 per square foot on their homes.
Two artists are responding to the decline of bees through their work.
The largest single exhibit of art depicting the world’s alpine and polar regions will be on display in Bellingham, just a few miles from where the largest coal export terminal in North America is proposed to be built.
There are a few art exhibits showing now that could be thought-provoking to those interested in environmental issues.
An art museum in eastern Washington is finding economic help from an unlikely source. It’s leasing its land to wind developers. Correspondent Courtney Flatt visited the museum just before major renovations began.
How well could you paint your favorite northwest landscape... if you only had four hours to do it? Every year the Deschutes National Forest hosts a plein-air painting competition that brings together conservation, competition, and art.