Supervisor plans to introduce resolution for Lucas museum

This artist rendering released by the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art shows the museum in Chicago. The team behind George Lucas’ art and movie museum released revised renderings Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, showing more green space at the Chicago site but no radical changes to the undulating, futuristic building stoking passions in a city that guards its Lake Michigan shoreline. (Lucas Museum of Narrative Art via AP)
This artist rendering released by the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art shows the museum in Chicago. The team behind George Lucas’ art and movie museum released revised renderings Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, showing more green space at the Chicago site but no radical changes to the undulating, futuristic building stoking passions in a city that guards its Lake Michigan shoreline. (Lucas Museum of Narrative Art via AP)

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – A San Francisco supervisor plans to introduce a resolution supporting “Star Wars” creator George Lucas’ proposal for a museum on Treasure Island showcasing his popular art collection.

Supervisor Jane Kim tells the San Francisco Chronicle (http://bit.ly/2ebyApp ) the museum would bring cultural opportunities and jobs to San Francisco. She pointed out that it would also be free. Lucas would fund the project himself.

Kim says she plans to introduce a resolution supporting the proposal this week.

Lucas earlier this year abandoned plans to build the art museum in Chicago after a parks group opposed to development along the city’s prized lakefront sued to block it.

The Chronicle says San Francisco is facing competition for the museum from Los Angeles.

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