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Faith Bemiss | DemocratState Fair Community College's Daum Museum of Contemporary Art Registrar and Exhibitions Coordinator Matthew Clouse, on ladder, and University of Central Missouri art intern Dylan Mize remove the protective covering from a painting by Archie Scott Gobber in the Freed Gallery Thursday afternoon. The museum is in the process of installing 250 LED track lights. “They produce less UV, less heat and will improve our energy costs,” Clouse said.
Faith Bemiss | DemocratState Fair Community College's Daum Museum of Contemporary Art Registrar and Exhibitions Coordinator Matthew Clouse, on ladder, and University of Central Missouri art intern Dylan Mize remove the protective covering from a painting by Archie Scott Gobber in the Freed Gallery Thursday afternoon. The museum is in the process of installing 250 LED track lights. “They produce less UV, less heat and will improve our energy costs,” Clouse said.
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Faith Bemiss | Democrat


State Fair Community College’s Daum Museum of Contemporary Art Registrar and Exhibitions Coordinator Matthew Clouse, on ladder, and University of Central Missouri art intern Dylan Mize remove the protective covering from a painting by Archie Scott Gobber in the Freed Gallery Thursday afternoon. The museum is in the process of installing 250 LED track lights. “They produce less UV, less heat and will improve our energy costs,” Clouse said.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Workers with Yates Electric Services out of North Kansas City are installing the tracks for the new track-heads. Dustin Schmidt, center on left, a jouneyman/wireman, and Chris Yates, an apprentice wireman, talk with Clouse and Mize about installing the last three feet of track in the Freed Gallery before moving on to the Goddard Gallery.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Yates uses a hydraulic lift to ascend 15 feet to take a measurement for the last three feet of track to be installed in the Freed Gallery Thursday afternoon. After Yates and Schmidt complete the track installation, Daum Museum staff will install the track-heads, Clouse said. The job is tentatively scheduled to be completed in all the galleries by the end of next week.


 
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