Governor Celebrates Bowdoin College Museum of Art


BRUNSWICK – October 14, 2007 – Governor John E. Baldacci today joined officials and students of Bowdoin College, and members of the public to celebrate the grand reopening of the college’s Museum of Art.

“Today Bowdoin enhances its reputation as a premier institution by reopening one of the oldest collegiate art collections in the country,” said Governor Baldacci. “The redesigned facility symbolizes the rededication of Bowdoin to the arts, honoring tradition and exploring the contemporary with a particular focus on opening up the spectacular building and its contents to the community at large.”

The Governor said that great care was taken in holding to the historic preservation of the building and to ensuring its accessibility.

“This underscores that the museum is truly transformed into a national treasure,” said Governor Baldacci, “one that will undoubtedly attract visitors from Maine, from the region, and from afar, adding the museum as a ‘must see’ cultural experience for the public who visit. The museum is truly something that the entire state can take pride in.”


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