CarverMuseumATX master planning process

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CarverATX Phase II Planning: The George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural, and Genealogy Center Phase II master planning will continue the previous planning efforts to guide future development in alignment with the community’s values, needs, and priorities.

The CarverMuseumATX master planning process will continue the previous planning efforts of the George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural, and Genealogy Center and will guide future development in alignment with the community’s values, needs, and priorities.

Virtual Community Meeting #1: August 8, 2020, 1 p.m. (register here)

This process will build off of the Feasibility Study for the Expansion of the George Washington Carver Museum & Cultural Center from 2000. The objective will be to develop a master plan update that takes into consideration the site’s current usage and changes to the surrounding area. Extensive community engagement will help inform the planning, design and development of a facility that reflects community sentiment.


The CarverMuseumATX master planning process will continue the previous planning efforts of the George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural, and Genealogy Center and will guide future development in alignment with the community’s values, needs, and priorities.

Virtual Community Meeting #1: August 8, 2020, 1 p.m. (register here)

This process will build off of the Feasibility Study for the Expansion of the George Washington Carver Museum & Cultural Center from 2000. The objective will be to develop a master plan update that takes into consideration the site’s current usage and changes to the surrounding area. Extensive community engagement will help inform the planning, design and development of a facility that reflects community sentiment.


  • The community input part of the master planning process is your opportunity to share your desires and needs for the existing space, what can be improved, and a vision for the future of the George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural and Genealogy Center.

    The community input part of the master planning process is your opportunity to share your desires and needs for the existing space, what can be improved, and a vision for the future of the George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural and Genealogy Center.

    Please provide input
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  • Part of preserving Community Identity requires a keen understanding of important history, key socioeconomic impacts, and a respect for the legacy of original residents. As communities change, the respectful recognition of existing culture and the exchange of ideas between current and new residents promotes the success of newly diverse communities. Cultural Centers and Museums that focus exhibits and programming on specific communities and ethnicities are a proven way to advance the principles of Remembrance Design and Community Identity.

    Part of preserving Community Identity requires a keen understanding of important history, key socioeconomic impacts, and a respect for the legacy of original residents. As communities change, the respectful recognition of existing culture and the exchange of ideas between current and new residents promotes the success of newly diverse communities. Cultural Centers and Museums that focus exhibits and programming on specific communities and ethnicities are a proven way to advance the principles of Remembrance Design and Community Identity.

    Please share your insight
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