Museum Closed Until Further Notice
The Costa Rican Art Museum announced this past week that the Museum of Forms, Spaces and Sounds (MUFES) will close for renovations until further notice.
MUFES opened in 2002 as a place for interactive art, where visitors can touch and feel many of the exhibits.
Vivian Solano, a spokeswoman for the Costa Rican Art Museum, said the museum is temporarily closed to expand the use of space.
A re/opening date has not been announced.
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