NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The New Orleans Museum of Art expects to reopen on Tuesday after a clean-up necessitated by Hurricane Isaac.
Museum director Susan Taylor tells The Times-Picayune (http://bit.ly/SqPPmZ ) that water seeped into the museum’s administrative offices.
Except for the swampy basement, the museum suffered minimal damage from Isaac.
Some rain intruded through the sills of the plate glass windows around the café area and an ornamental plaster truss in the museum’s atrium was dampened by a leak.
But Taylor said no artwork was affected.