Welcoming Wichita with updated WAM gathering spaces

In early January, the Wichita Art Museum began transforming its important public spaces.

Renovations to Boeing Foyer are nearly complete, so WAM's main entrance has reopened. 

Visitors will be delighted as transformations continue in the S. Jim and Darla Farha Great Hall, where new fixtures and furniture will invite people to lounge, catch up, share a coffee, and trade stories about their gallery experiences.

The Living Room--the museum's interactive and boisterous spot for activities that expand on gallery looking and art concepts--will be completely renovated and is currently closed. 

Chihuly Bridge Temporarily Deinstalled

Due to the renovations in the Boeing Foyer, Dale Chihuly's Persian Seaform Ceiling (also known as the Chihuly Bridge) has been temporarily deinstalled from WAM's main entrance. The Chihuly Bridge is scheduled to be reinstalled in June.

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