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Have you ever wondered how the Kansas City Museum develops its exhibits? A July 27 event at the Kansas City Museum’s Historic Garment District (KCM@HGD) space provided insight into how the Museum will re-shape Corinthian Hall (3218 Gladstone) after it reopens in 2020, following a multi-million dollar renovation.

The June 27 exhibit design and development presentation – the most comprehensive look yet at the plans for Corinthian Hall – included close-up photos of the work being done inside, detailed descriptions of new exhibits and overall themes, preliminary floor-by-floor renderings, and even a fall 2018 estimate for when the general public will be able to take a hardhat tour.

“We do want to give people the opportunity to experience this while we’re in construction,” said Anna Marie Tutera, Executive Director of the Kansas City Museum.