Today, New York-based Peterson Rich Office (PRO) unveiled and broke ground on the summer’s newest arts space (in a year that has seen plenty of them); the Davison Art Gallery on the campus of Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. The gallery is the first new building to rise on the Wesleyan campus since the completion of the Kevin Roche-designed Center for the Arts in 1973.
The 5,500-square-foot building will create a new home for the Davison Art Center, founded in 1952, which currently lacks adequate space to display its 25,000-piece-strong collection. The Davison Art Center moved into the Olin Memorial Library in 2019, but the new gallery will provide
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