Wichita Art Museum director Patricia McDonnell talks about the $1 million “Riverview Art Garden” project which would redesign 2.7 acres along Stackman Drive and West Sim Park Drive. The new landscaping is intended allow and complement the mixture of activities that take place at the museum now, and that will take place in the future, McDonnell said.
Wichita Art Museum director Patricia McDonnell talks about the $1 million “Riverview Art Garden” project which would redesign 2.7 acres along Stackman Drive and West Sim Park Drive. The new landscaping is intended allow and complement the mixture of activities that take place at the museum now, and that will take place in the future, McDonnell said. The Wichita Eagle
Wichita Art Museum director Patricia McDonnell talks about the $1 million “Riverview Art Garden” project which would redesign 2.7 acres along Stackman Drive and West Sim Park Drive. The new landscaping is intended allow and complement the mixture of activities that take place at the museum now, and that will take place in the future, McDonnell said. The Wichita Eagle

Wichita Art Museum embarking on $1 million landscaping project

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