Ghost Net Landscape Humboldt

hands holding a basket made of crab rope, the rope is turquoise and black with a stone from the beach hanging from it.

Oregon-based Artist Emily Jung Miller created an ongoing series of community interactive traveling
installations transforming locally gathered marine debris into art. Using materials gathered from
cleanups around the beaches and waterways here on the North Coast, as well as diverted waste from the
fishing industry, a large scale artwork will be made with the debris. Ghost Net Landscape evolves with
each presentation, transforming to fit the needs of the space, time, and community where it is exhibited.
Join our Humboldt community in making a public work of art out of the marine debris depicting local
marine life.

Emily Miller will be in residence for a week of engagement visiting the campus and the community
around Humboldt Bay and the region. She will be at the Reese Bullen Gallery on the Cal Poly Humboldt
campus from 10am-4pm from Monday September 11th through Friday September 15th. All are welcome
to join us in creating artworks out of the collected marine and waterway debris. The project's mission is
to create space where positive transformation is a natural and joyful response.

The exhibition Ghost Net Landscape Humboldt will run from September 11th through October 14th at
the Reese Bullen Gallery. We will hold an Opening Reception and Artist Talk with Miller on Wednesday
September 13th from 4:30pm-6pm at the Reese Bullen Gallery, with light refreshments.

The gallery is located in the Cal Poly Humboldt Art Building, at the intersection of B
Street and Laurel Drive, directly across from the Van Duzer Theatre. The gallery is open
Wednesday/Thursday 12pm-6pm, Friday 11am-5pm, Saturday 11am-2pm. Closed Sunday-Tuesday. Also
open via appointment, please contact the Gallery Director at, or call 707-826-5818.
Admission is free and all are welcome. For parking information, please visit

More information on Ghost Net Landscape project:

September 11, 2023 - 10:00am to October 14, 2023 - 2:00pm