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The Future Home of Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive

  13.05.01 9:48am

People gathered in downtown Berkeley on Tuesday morning to get a look inside what will be the new Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley, Calif. The new facility will integrate a repurposed building—the former UC Berkeley printing plant, at the corner of Oxford and Center Streets and will house BAM/PFA’s exhibition galleries, film theaters, learning center, participatory art-making studio, works-on-paper study center, store, cafe, and offices. Construction is targeted for completion in summer 2015 with the new facility opening to the public in early 2016. The move was necessitated by seismic concerns at BAM/PFA’s current building on Bancroft Way.

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