The Harris Museum
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Millen Hills [53, 10]
The Harris Museum is a Conceptual Art Museum.
Before the outbreak, the bulk of the artwork in the Harris Museum had a close connection with St. Dionysius's Hospital, with a large percentage of the works displayed having been produced by patients of the hospital as part of its therapeutic arts courses, aimed at rehabilitating sufferers of mental trauma or those needing intensive physical therapy. Essentially another avenue of fund raising the for hospital, with the museum's admission prices being fed directly into the hospital's funds, though it also served as a launching pad for the fortunes of several local sculptors, especially those responsible for the nearby Stoward Monument and the friezes of Vines Place. Today, however, most of these sculptures have been gnawed and clawed by the relentless dead, and its oil paintings recoloured red by insidious gangs. The current populace of Millen Hills, it seems, care not for the trappings of the Futurist movement.
According to the Millen Hills Barricade Plan the building should be kept at Extremely Heavily Barricaded (EHB) at all times.
December 19th, 2009 - building is ruined and 3 zombies are outside --OO Willie 02:12, 20 December 2009 (UTC)
Heavily Barricaded, a few survivors inside. --Hippo Cloud 05:04, 19 June 2008 (BST)