Claremont Museum of Art gets money to stay open
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The Claremont City Council has given the financially troubled Claremont Museum of Art a grant of $18,879 to keep its doors open through the end of the year.
The museum recently laid off its full-time staff after three expected donations failed to materialize, but the galleries have remained open.
A plan to raise funds and operate the institution at a reduced cost is in the works.
— Suzanne Muchnic
Claremont Museum of Art is on verge of closing doors