Cascadia is the first museum dedicated to Northwest American art from the late 19th century through to the 1960s. For its second full-scale exhibition, the venue is hosting a tribute to Nellie Cornish and the school she founded. Visitors can see a fascinating collection of rare painting, prints, sculptures, and photographs from Cornish's early years and discover the people who brought the School renown. From the beginning of the 20th century to the end, this exhibition documents the Cornish influence on both the visual and performing arts on a national and international level. The show also includes work from 21st century Cornish alumna Aleah Chapin, who is exhibiting a solo show at Flowers Gallery, New York in May 2016.