This morning’s “06880” story — about Miggs Burroughs’ “Signs of Compassion” photo project — noted that it’s the last exhibit in the Westport Library’s Great Hall before their transformation project begins.
The library will remain open during the renovation. But preparations are already underway.
Art throughout the building is being packed up and stored.
Next Friday, it’s Morris Jesup’s turn.
The iconic bust of the library’s founding patron will head to Town Hall, where he will chill out for the transformation duration.
Before he goes, the library invites fans to come by, and take your photo with the old guy. In the photo above, library staffers and town arts curator Kathie Motes Bennewitz show how it’s done.
Photos can be shared on social media. Use the hashtag #Moving Morris.
He looks austere. But don’t be put off.
Morris Jesup is down for anything.