Nancy Chikaraishi, associate professor of Architecture at Drury University (Springfield, MO) will feature her Life Interrupted exhibition at the World War II Japanese American Internment Museum in McGehee, Arkansas for one month beginning mid-May. Her parents were internees at Rohwer. Her solo exposition features artwork of the Japanese American struggle in the Camps.
Chikaraishi’s drawing research has explored urban space and imaginary landscapes. A solo exhibition of charcoal drawings, paintings and sculpture explored her parents’ experiences in the Japanese-American Internment camps in Rohwer, Arkansas. More information about the artist can be found here.