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Lucas Picks LA over SF for Billion Dollar Museum

Lucas Picks LA over SF for Billion Dollar Museum

The billion dollar Lucas Museum of Narrative Art will be built in Los Angles rather than San Francisco. While the museum’s Board of Directors focused on the positives in their announcement yesterday, noting that LA’s Exposition Park location will best position the museum “to have the greatest impact on... Read More »

Dueling MAD Designs for the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art

Dueling MAD Designs for the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art

The preliminary design for the proposed Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, should it land on the western shore of San Francisco’s Treasure Island, has been unveiled. But at the same time, architect Ma Yansong, founder of MAD Architects, has drafted a variation of the flowing design for a competing... Read More »

Lucas Abandons Chicago Museum Plan, It’s Headed Back to California

Lucas Abandons Chicago Museum Plan, It’s Headed Back to California

George Lucas and his museum Board have officially abandoned their plans to build the $700 million Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Chicago and declared that the museum will be built in California, but without a specific city being named. Mayor Ed Lee has been lobbying for Lucas to... Read More »

Mayor Lee to Lucas: This Is the Site You’re Looking For

Mayor Lee to Lucas: This Is the Site You’re Looking For

While George Lucas hasn’t yet abandoned all plans to build his $700 million Lucas Cultural Arts Museum in Chicago, Mayor Ed Lee has been lobbying behind the scenes for Lucas to set his sights on the west side of Treasure Island, facing San Francisco. And this week, the mayor... Read More »

Lucas Hasn’t Abandoned Plans for Chicago Museum Site

Lucas Hasn’t Abandoned Plans for Chicago Museum Site

While George Lucas is growing increasingly frustrated by opposition to any redevelopment of Chicago’s lakefront in order to accommodate the building of his proposed Lucas Cultural Museum, a museum which was originally intended to be built in San Francisco and is now being waylaid anew by legal challenges from... Read More »