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By JOHN McCALLUM
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Cheney Middle School art inspired by local hills

 

John McCallum

The "wheat" section of Susan Zoccola's artwork entitled "Palouse" is suspended in the atrium of Cheney Middle School.

Cheney Middle School students finally learned last Friday what the collection of tubing and chains was hanging from the walls of the school's multipurpose room.

Students participated in a question and answer session with Seattle artist Susan Zoccola, designer of a piece called "Palouse" commissioned for CMS through the Washington State Arts Commission's Art in Public Places Program. The program was created by the Legislature in 1974 to acquire artwork for K-12 schools, public universities, colleges and state agencies and is funded by one-half of 1 percent of the state's portion of construct...



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