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Learn about Confluence Project, an unprecedented interpretive artwork by artist Maya Lin at six sites along the Columbia River basin.

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Contact Us

Email info@confluenceproject.org
Phone 360-693-0123
Fax 360-693-7770

Mailing Address:
1701 Broadway #144
Vancouver, WA 98663

Meyer Memorial Trust Grant Endorses Celilo Park Art Installation

June 25, 2014

Oregon's philanthropic community is rallying around Maya Lin's sixth and final Confluence Project site along the Columbia River system. The Meyer Memorial Trust has awarded a $500,000 capital grant to help build a curved, raised walkway modeled after the tribal fishing platforms at Celilo Park near The Dalles, Oregon. The art installation tells the story of Celilo Falls, which was submerged under water by The Dalles Dam in 1957.
"The Confluence Project is one that has special historical and cultural significance in our region," said Doug Stamm, chief executive officer at Meyer Memorial Trust. "Completion of Maya Lin's final site, the Celilo Arc, will ensure that future generations will be able to experience the story and legacy of the now-submerged Celilo Falls."more >

More News

July 2, 2014

Sandy River Delta Hootenanny! Join us on July 19th, 4-8 pm.

Bring your friends, family, and a picnic to the Sandy River Delta for an evening of: - Insightful walks to restoration and wetland rehabilitation projects with the Sandy River Basin Watershed...   more >

June 10, 2014

Vancouver School of Arts and Academics completes Confluence Project Triptych

A decade ago Jeri Swatosh, teacher at VSAA, and students began an art infused educational journey with Confluence Project. It has been a journey exploring the historical significance of Fort...   more >

April 25, 2014

Help Get Us On The Move

Confluence Project is on the move, and we want to bring you with us as we celebrate an exciting new partnership with the National Park Service! We are moving our...   more >

March 24, 2014

Confluence Project Awarded Funding From The Ford Family Foundation and Wildhorse Foundation For Work Along The Columbia River System

VANCOUVER, Wash.- Confluence Project has been awarded funds from The Ford Family Foundation and Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation’s Wildhorse Foundation that greatly increase Confluence Project’s capacity to...   more >

March 9, 2014

Art Installation Will Recall Silenced Celilo Falls

This article, by Colin Fogarty, first appeared as a Guest Opinion in the Oregonian. Colin is the executive director of Confluence Project. One of the geographic and culture features that helped...   more >

February 3, 2014

Confluence Project Welcomes Colin Fogarty As New Executive Director

The Confluence Project has named veteran public radio journalist Colin Fogarty as its new Executive Director. Fogarty will help lead the group’s 12-year-old effort to complete the installation of six...   more >

December 19, 2013

The Collins Foundation Awards Confluence Project $250,000 for Celilo Park

The Confluence Project is pleased to announce the recent award of a $250,000 capital grant by the Collins Foundation for the Celilo Park project. The...   more >

September 6, 2013

Letter From the Executive Director

Dear Confluence friends, What an enormous honor to serve as Executive Director for Confluence Project for nearly 12 years!  It is just the right time now for me to step away...   more >