Dec. 9: Student small-town design ideas presented


PULLMAN, Wash. – Student design proposals for a visitor center and geology exhibit in LaCrosse, Wash., and a community creativity/design/building center in Moscow, Idaho, will be presented 2-4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9, in the second floor gallery of Carpenter Hall at Washington State University.

WSU students in the third-year studio will present their proposals on behalf of the Rural Communities Design Initiative ( Students worked on designing an engaging visitor center to promote the town of LaCrosse and the work of the Ice-Age Flood Institute and LaCrosse Community Pride. (See!lacrosse-wa-rock-houses/c172a)

The Eureka! Palouse Tinkering Center in Moscow will be a creative, informal learning space for children and adults. (See!blank/gp6ad)

Contact Kathleen Ryan at for more information.



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