Imari Nacht, “Books70Earth” in the exhibit “Dirt” at the Collins Library, University of Puget Sound.
Imari Nacht, “Books70Earth” in the exhibit “Dirt” at the Collins Library, University of Puget Sound. Rosemary Ponnekanti Staff writer
Imari Nacht, “Books70Earth” in the exhibit “Dirt” at the Collins Library, University of Puget Sound. Rosemary Ponnekanti Staff writer

The art of dirt: Art, poetry and science delve deep in UPS library’s new exhibit, ‘Dirt?’

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