Raleigh gallery will now be housed in slickly
renovated North Carolina Museum of Art.
Raleigh, N.C. — Outside its home state, the Judaica collection at the North Carolina Museum of Art has mostly flown under the radar.
But with the long-awaited opening this week of the museum’s new 127,000-square-foot home here in North Carolina’s capital city, that’s about to change.
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