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I couldn't find a topic for Heritage Green, so here's a fresh one.


We've seen the campus essentially double in size in the past 10-15 years (approx?), bringing with it new offerings like the Museum & Gallery, Upcountry History Museum, and the Children's Museum of the Upstate. Now, they've gone through a complete campus branding, and instituted a comprehensive way-finding system-- everything from the vehicular level to the pedestrian. I snapped a few pictures yesterday while walking around the campus. This area is such an asset to the City and downtown. Redevelopment of the BB&T and AT&T buildings/blocks could really create further synergy in this corner of downtown. 


Here's a quick tour:


Pedestrian scaled campus map/directional signage:








Pedestrian scaled individual attraction signs:







Vehicular scaled individual attraction signage along College Street:





New landscaping and monument sign/screen installation in front of the Library as seen from the intersection of Buncombe and College Streets:





Some general pictures of the cultural campus:


Children's Museum with the Little Theater in the background:






Little Theater as seen from the fountain across College Street:



The old campus sign/wall in front of the Art Museum:



Greenville County Museum of Art:




A few older pics of the original portion of the campus from last year:





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I'd really like to see Greenville add a contemporary art museum. Raleigh has a fantastic small one. Maybe if Heritage Green expands eastward we could see that addition someday. 

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BJU to close Heritage Green Museum

Bob Jones University’s on-campus Museum & Gallery will close on Feb. 18 for a two-year renovation, and its Heritage Green location will close Feb. 4 permanently.

Under the direction of M&G Director Erin Jones, the museum will loan out as many of its more than 400 paintings as it can to museums, corporation headquarters and private homes of art enthusiasts during the closure. Paintings that aren’t loaned out will be placed in secured climate-controlled storage. That is expected to take the rest of the year.

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