On the heels of its reopening of an expanded contemporary wing, the
Baltimore Museum of Art
is plotting a series of new renovations to finish in the fall of 2014, when the museum celebrates its 100th birthday.
The BMA's upcoming renovations include a re-opening of the museum's original entrance, the Dorothy McIlvain Scott American Wing and the East Wing entrance and lobby, Art Daily writes. Additional renovations that will wrap up spring 2015 include a new Asian and African art collections and a creative learning center that will help children better relate to the art around them.
Read more about the BMA renovations here.