“Walter Dorwin Teague: His Life, Work and Influence”

On Friday, June 1, “Walter Dorwin Teague:  His Life, Work and Influence” opened at the Madsonian Museum.  The event was a success with a great response from visitors who enjoyed talks from Allison Teague, exhibit curator and granddaughter of W.D. Teague and Jason Morris, Western Washington University professor of industrial design, and maker of the documentary, “Teague.”

The show will be up until August 31.  Check back for some of the great special events in store for this summer related to the exhibit!

Here are some of the things people have been saying about the exhibit!

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