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February
2018
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10:06 PM
America/New_York

Frank Gehry’s Master Plan

The Philadelphia Museum of Art begins a new phase of transformation and renewal, supported by a $525 million campaign. A key part of this campaign, the Core Project will create a significant amount of new public space within the footprint of the landmark building and add 23,000 square feet of new gallery space for the display of the collection.

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September
18,
2019
| 03:48 PM America/New_York
Philadelphia, PA (September 18, 2019) -- In a gathering attended by Mayor Jim Kenney, Superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia Dr. William Hite, museum officials, and architect Frank Gehry, 28 second graders from the Bache-Martin School
September
18,
2019
| 03:45 PM America/New_York
Among the amenities visitors will discover inside the newly-opened North Entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art is a new Main Store, which greets them from the lobby and extends alongside the Vaulted Walkway. Designed by Frank Gehry, it offers
August
07,
2019
| 11:13 PM America/New_York
It Starts Here has attracted $455M toward its ambitious $525M goal, thanks to a collective effort involving 397 donors to date who have contributed gifts of $50K or more. Support has come from across the community, with three donors who have
July
11,
2018
| 03:30 PM America/New_York
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is pleased to announce Stir, the new restaurant designed by architect Frank Gehry as part of the Museum’s facilities master plan. Stir will be operated by the Philadelphia-based Constellation Culinary Group and will
March
30,
2017
| 08:22 PM America/New_York
Click here to read the latest updates regarding the Core Project.
March
30,
2017
| 03:00 PM America/New_York
Architects and Consultants Gehry Partners, LLP Magnusson Klemencic Associates (Structural) AltieriSeborWieber LLC (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing) Jensen Hughes, Inc. (Life Safety) Olin Partnership (Landscape Architects) L’Observatoire
March
30,
2017
| 03:00 PM America/New_York
“We’ve embarked upon an exciting new chapter, the next phase of our Facilities Master Plan, which we are calling the Core Project.”— Leslie Anne Miller and Timothy Rub