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Art and science together

Posted: Friday, Jul 25th, 2014


In 1974, an act of Congress established the Cascade Head Scenic Research Area. The 9,670-acre area was the first of its kind in the United States. -- Frank Boyden, cofounder of the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, talks about the connection between art and the natural world at a kickoff event celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Cascade Head Scenic Research Act. The event was hosted by the Sitka Center and held at the Lincoln City Cultural Center on Monday, July 21.


OTIS — The connection between art and science is perhaps so simple that humans can often overthink it.

Artist Deb DeWit acknowledged that connection at a kickoff event celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Cascade Head Scenic Research Act on Monday, July 21.

“It’s a no brainer,” she said.

DeWit sat on a panel of speakers at the kickoff event presented by the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology as part of their Mingle and Muse series and held at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.

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