Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, completes first phase of campus redevelopment project with inauguration of the Glassell School of Art on May 20

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, today, previewed the first phase of its campus redevelopment: the new Glassell School of Art, by Steven Holl Architects, and Brown Foundation, Inc. Plaza, by Deborah Nevins & Associates. The School and Plaza will be inaugurated with a community day on Sunday, May 20. The Museum also announced a significant new fundraising milestone: with nearly 90 percent of the fundraising goal already achieved, an additional $25-million challenge grant has been issued by Nancy and Rich Kinder to complete the $450-million campaign. The entire project is slated for completion in two years. Read more about the campus redevelopment.