Confluence Project Outdoor Salon & Case Discussion at the Stanley Museum

August 23, 2020

Join artist Rachel Teannalach and Advocates for the West for an outdoor viewing of the “Confluence Project” — a series of painting depicting scenes along the salmon migration route from the Sawtooth Valley to the Pacific Ocean.

Meet Teannalach and get the latest from Advocates for the West’s Executive Director, Laird Lucas, on our work protecting wild salmon and its habitat, and what the organization is doing to fight the controversial construction of a cell tower within the Sawtooth National Recreation Area.

Please wear your mask to this safe and socially distanced event.

Where: Stanley Museum, State HWY 75

When: Sunday, August 23 | 4-6 PM

Cost: Free

“Confluence” is a collaboration between artist Rachel Teannalach and Advocates for the West. This series of exhibitions features paintings by Teannalach of landscapes surrounding the migration path of salmon from Idaho’s Stanley River basin to where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean in Oregon. 25% of all artwork sales will go toward Advocates for the West’s work to protect and restore salmon habitat.

Learn more about Rachel Teannalach at www.teannalach.com