A small museum with a modest, but influential collection, Danforth Art was forced to leave its downtown home and come up with creative ways to temporarily showcase some of its collection until its new spot on the Framingham Centre Common is ready.
BEVERLY – Framingham’s Danforth Art museum may not have a home, but it certainly has an identity.
A small museum with a modest but influential collection, Danforth and other tenants were forced to leave their home in downtown Framingham last fall after town officials said the town could no longer afford to pay for needed repairs to the building’s aging boiler. Museum officials had already purchased and planned for a move, but the unexpected closure pushed up the timeline and forced the museum to scramble.
Currently (for the next few years), the Danforth has space in the Jonathan Maynard Building on