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#1 johnfwd

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Posted 27 January 2015 - 03:12 PM

I couldn't find an existing thread for this thoughtful FWBP article that focuses on a relatively minor re-construction project at Amon Carter Museum, but explores the topic of greater public interaction in the museum district.  References to Architect Philip Johnson are also appropriate in the unrelated discussion elsewhere about the Water Gardens.

 

http://fwbusinesspress.com/fwbp/article/1/8570/Breaking-News/Museum-District--Area’s-evolution-creating-more-interaction-public-spaces-.aspx



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Posted 27 January 2015 - 04:32 PM

We have a semi related discussion last year about the walk ability of the Cultural district as a whole, here

 

 

Another thing to mention is the Modern is now completly free on Sundays.






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