Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Announces Opening Date

. November 20, 2010 . 0 Comments

During an update November 18, on the progress of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art at the monthly meeting of the Arkansas State Parks, Recreation and Travel Commission, Don Bacigalupi, Crystal Bridges’ executive director, announced that the Museum will open to the public on Friday, November 11, 2011. The announcement took place at the Doubletree Guest Suites and Convention Center in Bentonville. Numerous regional leaders were in attendance.

Founded in 2005 by the Walton Family Foundation, Crystal Bridges is positioned to play a major role in Northwest Arkansas’ continued economic and cultural expansion. The Museum will serve the region’s residents as well as draw visitors from around the nation and the world.

The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is currently under construction in Bentonville, Arkansas, in an area that has experienced explosive growth in recent years. Located in a region of the south central United States known as the Ozark Plateau, Northwest Arkansas is blessed with abundant natural and scenic beauty as well as a thriving business community

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