The Biblical Arts Center, which burned down more than three years ago, is slated to reopen in September as the Museum of Biblical Arts. Another $1.2 million needs to raised before then, which is proving to be a challenge in amidst the current economy. As a result, the new museum may have to open in phases. The new center will have additions like a restoration room where you can watch conservators fix artwork, and areas for Jewish, Hispanic and African American art.

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