The Etsuko Itchikawa: NACHI – between the eternal and the ephemeral, exhibition at the UW Art Museum started this February and will run through August 5th.  

Hopefully you experienced the Japanese-American artist Etsuko Itchikawa: NACHI –between the eternal and the ephemeral. Icikawa says the exhibition was inspired by the Kumano waterfall, Nachi, which has been a destination for worship and purification in Japan for 1,200 years. Ichikawa's installation has created a space for museum visitors to experience silence and reflection. Best of all this exhibit like all of them at UW Art Museum are completely free!

For additional information about the UW art Museum call 307.766.6622 or visit the museum's webpage at www.uwyo.edu/artmuseum or blog at www.uwartmuseum.blogspot.com

The museum is located in the Centennial Complex at 2111 Willett Drive in Laramie. The museum and the Museum Store are open Monday through Saturday from 10 am - 5 pm. Monday hours are extended to 9 pm February through April. Admission is Free!

The next exhibit at  the museum will start April 30th and will run through June 18th.