SBMNH Presents Update of Master Plan with Schematic Design at Community Meetings on May 12 & 14

WHO: Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Master Planning Team

Karl Hutterer, Executive Director

Gary Robinson, Director of Facilities

Barbara Barker, Project Manager

Walter Schacht, Architect

Susette Naylor, Architect

Suzanne Elledge, Planner

WHAT: Museum Master Plan Update with Schematic Design – Since the Museum’s July 2010 presentation of conceptual diagrams of its Master Plan, the Museum has been diligently working on technical studies to guide it into the next phase of developing the schematic design of its Master Plan. At this point the Museum would like to share what it has learned, show sketches of the schematic design, provide an update on the timeline, and get feedback from the community. All members of the community are invited to attend. To RSVP, call 682-4711 ext. 178.

WHERE: Farrand Hall at the Museum located at 2559 Puesta del Sol, Santa Barbara

WHEN: Thursday, May 12 at 7:00 PM and Saturday, May 14 at 11:00 AM

WHY: The Museum wants and values the community’s input and participation throughout the process of developing its Master Plan, as the Museum is here to serve the community now and into the next century.

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