Museum Expansion Visioning

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The Loveland Museum was established in 1937 by local author, collector, curator and mountain guide Harold Dunning. Eighty years later, it has evolved into a world-class art and history museum. We have outgrown our current space, forcing us to limit exhibits, programs, classes, and outreach. A proposed 26,000 square foot expansion and remodel would allow the Museum to accommodate the needs of a growing city, while continuing to serve as the cornerstone of Loveland’s history and art community.

Help us envision the future! What types of features do you see in an expanded Museum? Tell us at our Museum Expansion Visioning Open House. This informal information gathering session will allow you to give your input without the pressure of talking in front of a group. Simply fill out sticky notes with your thoughts and help us decide which direction to go from here!

OPEN HOUSE: MUSEUM EXPANSION VISIONING
Friday, January 13
5 – 9 pm
FREE

MUSEUM LIVE! AND MUSEUM EXPANSION VISIONING
Saturday, January 28
10 am – 1 pm
FREE
Ever walk through our history gallery and want to know what the man in our jail cell is mumbling about? Ever peek through Mariano Medina’s cabin, hoping for a glimpse of a Mountain Man? Here’s your chance! Take a walk through our history and art galleries as characters bring the exhibits to life. This family-friendly event will allow all ages to learn more about our Loveland art and history! While you explore, we will encourage you to help us envision what a Museum expansion would look like… simply fill out sticky notes and let us know what you think!