Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU

Photograph courtesy of Wichita Falls Museum of Art

After dealing with a pandemic for over a year now, your perspective on so much around the world may have changed.

“Our lenses may change on how we view things… How has context changed? How do we react differently to things?” Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU Curator of Collections & Exhibitions Danny Bills said.

This new exhibit at the WFMA at MSU hopes to help capture some of those feelings, and to let people know they aren’t alone.

“I also saw this piece as a contemplative piece, now I see some isolation and some other things in it,” Bills said.

The exhibit explores different experiences of COVID-19 and the pandemic, like gratefulness, help, stigma, violence and grief.

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