After nearly twenty years, the Museum of Outdoor Arts, whose collections have been buffeted from port to port looking for a final resting place, continues to experience growing pains. But since moving to airy new digs, the museum shows new confidence. It's put down solid roots while still pursuing the goal of placing three-dimensional artwork in public places. Now at a crossroads, the MOA is going through a collection-building period, which invites speculation both about additional sculpture-adorned satellite sites and about permanent collections to be... More >>>