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At 100, the Baltimore Museum of Art reinvents itself for a younger generation
At 100, the Baltimore Museum of Art reinvents itself for a younger generation

The Baltimore Museum of Art is going back to its future. As the museum celebrates its 100th anniversary this weekend, it is committed to reinventing itself for a younger generation of edgy, curious, energetic museum-goers while remaining faithful to the mission that made it an important part of civic life to begin with. The reopening of the 1929 entrance designed by architect John Russell Pope, with its portico roof supported by six Ionic columns, will signal the completion of the second and arguably most significant phase of a nearly five-year, $28 million renovation in which virtually every aspect of the museum has been rethought with the needs of current and future visitors in mind....

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