Ten years after the Norton Museum of Art completed its last expansion, the institution has unveiled its next growth spurt — an ambitious master plan that will create a bold new entrance for the museum on South Dixie Highway.
The plan, which the museum’s building committee chairman Bruce Beal said will transform the Norton “into the most exciting building south of Atlanta,” was presented Wednesday on the opening day of Art Basel at a lunch for major supporters at the Delano South Beach hotel.
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* Main entrance facing South Dixie Highway
* Sculpture lawn with shaded walkways
* Grand hall, education center and 200-seat auditorium
* Artist-in-residence facility and a director’s residence on Cranesnest Way