Can anyone explain the following from Ensign, January 2009, p. 77:
To align itself with other Church entities, including the new Church History Library now under construction, the Museum of Church History and Art in Salt Lake City is now the Church History Museum.
And sure enough, it already is, on the Church’s website. How does building the Church History Library change the alignment of the Museum of Church History
and Art? Are the galleries on the second floor now only displaying a reminiscence of the Church’s past? Is next year’s Eighth International Art Competition the last of those triennial exhibits? Is some other “Church entity” taking on art curation?