- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 31, 2015

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - The Spencer Museum of Arts on the University of Kansas campus is planning a series of events before it closes for renovations.

The museum says the “Last Look” events will end with a closing party on April 12. Renovations are expected to begin in May and be completed in 2016.

The first phase of the project, expected to cost $5 million, will overhaul the main lobby and central court. It will include an elevator and staircase connecting the museum’s two floors of gallery space and a floor-to-ceiling window.

On April 12, the museum and the university’s Natural History Museum will host a “Day of Creativity,” with performances, demonstrations and other activities, followed by a closing party.

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