Habitats in Sound or Song for Five Zones

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Come listen again to the Song for Five Zones – a habitat sound collaboration of socially distant intermedia art downtown! Please mask-up and enjoy what our students have accomplished, together and apart.

The song is a 34 minute cycle, set to loop. Peruse a selection of Sensory Suitcases in the Spark Museum windows while you're there!


Project by the students of
Western Washington University
Art & Ecology taught by Cynthia Camlin
Intermedia Art taught by Sasha Petrenko

Students: Apinya Abrahamsen, Chloe Barnes, Keaton Bruce, Mia Cullen, Maria Hescheles, Grady Lehto, Bryn Lilly, Haley Mounes, Thea Mroz, Izzy Ortiz, Allen Rogers, Cole Sampson, Danil Sonjaya, Paul Thelen, Henry Watts, Sylvie Ackroyd, Leah Adams, Kenzi Garner, Eva Krueger, Sophia Lindstrom, Sybil Roberts, Rachel Rothberg, Emma Schlagel, Jackson Sweeny.


on the sidewalk of the Spark Museum
1312 Bay Street Bellingham, WA

Disability Accommodations

For disability accommodations, please contact the department presenting the event. Disability access information is available online at Parking Services, and further resources can be found on Western's Disability Resources website.