WSU grad students create art exhibit about future of region

LEWISTON, ID - A group of Washington State University graduate students said they've got the key to future economic and architectural possibilities for the region.

The group created a free exhibit, titled "Alternating Currents," which is on display at a cafe in Lewiston. The informative display, is part of a final project in a semester long class for the Landscape Architecture and Architecture graduate students. Kassi Rolin, a Landscape Architecture grad student said the groups in her class considered what different possibilities are available to create a more sustainable and economically diverse future for the ports and transport, wildlife habitat and the Columbia-Snake River system.

"We took all of these complicated issues and just chose one specific spot in Lewiston or in the region and envisioned what it could be," said Rolin.

The exhibit is on display for the next three months at Cafe Sage, which is located on Main Street in Lewiston.