The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft announces a major renovation plan to be completed in Spring 2016. After 35 years of artist support, exhibitions, educational programs, and community building, the newly designed museum will increase public space and open opportunities for continued growth. Renovation plans aim to meet ambitious 2016 goals to engage 10,000 more children in educational programs, double the average visitor duration, grow with downtown development and Museum Row expansion, and double capacity for events. The design includes redesigned education space, expanded MakerSpace, and a new café. ‘With our extensive local experience and a strong community foundation supporting us, KMAC is ready for renovation,’ said KMAC Executive Director and Chief Curator Aldy Milliken. ‘This new flexible, efficient design will help further KMAC’s presence as a downtown

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