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February 20, 2013

Evergreen longhouse adds carving studio

  • The Ford Foundation paid for the $180,000 project.
    The Olympian

    OLYMPIA — The Evergreen State College Longhouse's has opened a Carving Studio.

    Known as “Pay3q'ali” (pronounced pie-yuk-a-lee), the name of the building is a Salish word that translates into “a place to carve.” The 800-square foot space will be used for carving classes and workshops, as well as community events, according to Laura Grabhorn, assistant director of the Longhouse.

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