Friday, October 10, 2014

Details Emerge On Vision for Lucas' Narative Art Museum

New homepage for the
The Tribune has a detailed overview on the ambition of the museum:
Pledging to "challenge the way people think about museums," the coming Lucas Museum of Narrative Art will feature "popular art from illustration to comics, an insider’s perspective on the cinematic creative process, and the boundless potential of the digital medium."  
That's part of the most detailed vision yet offered publicly for the new museum backed by "Star Wars" creator George Lucas and slated for Chicago Park District land in parking lots south of Soldier Field.  
The museum quietly put up a new website this week ( that replaces a more basic site and lays out Lucas's vision in much more detail.

Seems interesting to us.  However, we're most interested to see the plan for the building and how it will fit into the Sloop and Museum Campus.  Designs are tentatively planned to be shared in late 2014.

Stay tuned.

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