(Im)permanence, the work of Cynthia Myron, will be featured at The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design until November 2nd in the Great Hall. Myron, who is a former Branch Museum artist-in-residence, invites Richmonders into a dialogue between society, intimate spaces, and the fleeting moments that exist within nature and the permanence of the architecture that surrounds us. (Im)permanence is a culmination of works revealing passing of individual memory, emotional weight, and lasting recollection that exists within constructed spaces. For more info, visit The Branch Museum here.
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