1. Significant Developments During the Academic Year 1995-96 During much of this time, the main galleries were closed due to the extensive renovations of the performing arts spaces and the shared lobby area in the Fine Arts Center. We slowly began to emerge during the months of April and May, but full operations could not resume until fall. Needless to say, this extended period of working around reconfigured storage (all prints and photographs were temporarily housed in the main gallery) and non-existent exhibition space was difficult for the staff; for our general public, and - especially - for faculty and students, whom we tried to serve as best we could under the circumstances. One bright note: out of all this came a newly expanded prints and photographs storage area and also a new separate space (carved out from the southeast comer of the lower gallery): a seminar room. As this is written, the first classes are lining up to use this new space.
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