Denver Art Museum Cuts Budget Six Months After New Wing Opens

More than six months after the opening of the Daniel Libeskind-designed wing of the Denver Art Museum, museum officials are cutting $2.5 million from the institution's annual budget. The cuts have resulted in a reduction in staff. Ryan Warner talks to museum director Lewis Sharp.

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