The Shelburne Museum has announced Adjaye Associates as the design architect for its forthcoming Perry Center for Native American Art. The Vermont museum is home to 39 buildings and 22 gardens nestled across 45 acres, which preserve and house American art and design history. While the campus is almost entirely historic, Ann Beha Architects designed the campus’s prominent 2013 addition, The Pizzagalli Center for Art and Education, expanding the institution’s event and educational capacities.
Yesterday, the museum announced their stewardship of the Perry Collection of Native American Art. The collection largely includes items from Plains, Prairie, and Southwest peoples, and “forms the core of
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