The Amon Carter Museum of American Art closed on June 3 for rennovations and completion of a building-enhancement project.
The renovation aims to transform the visitor experience at the Carter.
“We are entering the beginning of a historic period of change at the museum. Through the support of our community, we are able to change the way our visitors experience our collection and our iconic building,” said Andrew J. Walker, the museum’s executive director.
A grand opening is scheduled for Sept. 14, when the public will be able to experience new and reimagined galleries, collections and installations.
Since guests can not visit the museum, for now, the museum is coming to them.
The museum is hitting the road, organizing various events throughout this summer.
Check out the graphic below for information on some of the events: