|by JD Rinne||Museums, California, San Francisco||2|
The Contemporary Jewish Museum has moved its art, film, and music exhibitions to a new building at a different location in San Francisco. The lavish 63,000-square-foot structure designed by Daniel Libeskind promises to serve as an even better space to "create a perspective on Jewish life in the 21st-century," fulfilling the museum's purpose.
The official ribbon-cutting happens on Sunday. Be sure to look for the exhibition of cartoons by William Steig, who is renowned for inventing the lovable green giant Shrek.
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