My friend wanted to see the Rodante fashion exhibit, so we headed over after breakfast. The place opens at 10. The venue is really great. They may great use of the available space, though some of their long-term exhibits feel a bit small compared to their rotationals. The Rodante Exhibit, itself, was well put together with lighting that accentuated everything very well. Overall it was a good experience. My only point of contention is that a museum celebrating women in the arts would so boldly sell t-shirts seemingly insulting men. Women are fantastic, creative, intelligent beings -- they're human, after all. Can't we celebrate their art without having to compare them or tear others down?