Did you know that any major museum can showcase only about 5 to 10% of their total collection at one time due to limited space and display restrictions on light-sensitive works of art? Imagine the treasures hidden away in your favorite museum! Many works only see the light of day while a major collection is travelling. Museums are in the business of making money; they are nonprofits but require millions of dollars in funding each year to stay open to the public. As a result, certain works considered less historically important or less likely to draw visitors, remain in storage. Do museums have a responsibility to find more space efficient ways to display works for public viewing? Is a museum’s priority to properly archive artwork or to display to the public?