The New York State Board of Regents today reviewed a multi-year renovation plan for the New York State Museum’s exhibition galleries. The master plan calls for 35,000 square feet of new exhibitions, a changeable wall system and new interactive technology and media. “The New York State Museum is an educational treasure for all New Yorkers,” said New York State Board of Regents Chancellor Merryl H. Tisch. “The renovated galleries will tell the stories of New York State’s history in ways they have never been told before. New York State is the most important state in the nation – historically, scientifically and culturally. And the Museum’s new exhibition galleries will tell that story using our own world-class collections and the extraordinary collections of museums across the state.” The master plan unveiled today outlines the vision and goals for the new

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