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The Cameron Art Museum, formerly known as St. John’s Museum of Art, was established in 1964 in historic downtown Wilmington, North Carolina. The museum operated successfully in the downtown area for forty years and grew enormously during this time. In 2001 St John’s Museum of Art had outgrown its small downtown gallery space and was relocated to the intersection of Independence and 17th Streets, changing its name to the Cameron Art Museum. The museum’s new facilities allowed for the construction of three exhibition areas along with lecture and reception hall. In addition, it provided space for outdoor exhibits, a clay studio, and an arts education center. - Source: Wikipedia

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