Tomorrow: Exclusive tour at the art museum with Walla Walla Foundry president

On May 23, 3–4 p.m., Jonathan Follett, president of Walla Walla Foundry, will discuss iconic art fabrication, starting with Mine Camp (1991) by Edward and Nancy Reddin Kienholz. The Foundry, now a top global art fabricator, showcases bronze fragments and a replica of Mine Camp in the exhibition Beyond Hope: Kienholz and the Inland Northwest until June 29, 2024. Originally a bronze casting foundry since 1980, it now employs 100+ staff, crafting in bronze, copper, brass, steel, silver, zinc, wood, resin, glass, and wax. Equipped with cutting-edge technology like digital design, CNC machines, 3D scanning, and water jet cutting.

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