CLUI: Centers of the USA

See the exhibit Centers of the USA, at the Centers of the USA!
A mobile exhibition unit containing the exhibit Centers of the USA,
produced by the Institute of Marking and Measuring and the Center for Land Use Interpretation, will be hitting the road on August 8, 2011, to visit a number of the official Centers of the USA. Come and see the show, and feel the resonance of the concurrent and concentric centers. A once in a lifetime opportunity!

Tour schedule:
August 8: Departs the Center of the Contiguous Continental United States, at Lebanon, Kansas.
August 9: Arrives at the Population Center of the USA at Plato, Missouri (determined by the 2010 census).
August 12: Arrives at the Geographic Center of all 50 States of the USA, at Belle Fourche, South Dakota. (The exhibit unit will be located at the Center of the Nation Information Center in Belle Fourche until 2pm, then it will relocate to the actual surveyed location, 20 miles north of town.)
August 14: The
mobile exhibition unit returns to Lebanon, Kansas.

Exhibit is free of charge and open to the public. Follow the Tour of the Centers of the USA onFacebook.

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This project is part of the CLUI Lines of Site thematic program, an ongoing series of presentations about surveying, cartographic lines, perimeters, and borders. The Centers of the USA exhibit is a co-production of the Institute for Marking and Measuring (IMAM), and the Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI), with additional support by the Salina Art Center, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and Creative Capital.


The Center for Land Use Interpretation
9331 Venice Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
310.839.5722 office
310.839.6678 fax


The Center for Land Use Interpretation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the increase and diffusion of knowledge about how the nation's lands are apportioned, utilized, and perceived.

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