New conservation lab for Indianapolis

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Indianapolis
Indiana
USA

The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is set to begin construction on a new Conservation Science Laboratory shortly. While the IMA is already deeply involved in conservation science—the grant will allow the museum to build its first dedicated conservation science laboratory. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation are helping to fund the new facility with a $1.75 million grant. The IMA expects the conservation laboratory to be open by August 2010.

Find out more from the IMA's website and from an article published in Inside Indiana Business.