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The Royal Irish Academy of Music will almost double student numbers after a €20 million transformation of its Dublin campus on Westland Row, to make Ireland's longest established music conservatoire fit for purpose.
As a result of cooperation between the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia and the Dasaran educational program, the School Adaptation System has been created for pupils and teachers from 1st to 12th grades of public general education schools. The system assumes that each student and teacher have access to three cultural institutions once during the academic year.
The Art Institute of Chicago is now offering unrestricted access to thousands of images—44,313 to be exact—from its digital archive. The release is part of the museum’s website redesign and the images have been made available under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license.
The prized remains of "Luiza," the oldest human fossil in the Americas, are now a beacon of hope for the fire-ravaged institution.
Two decades before Sir Nicholas Serota began his revolutionary term as director of Britain's Tate gallery in 1988, he was an idealistic young art history graduate in his early 20's.
The international training programme "BE MUSEUMER (BeMuse)" aims to empower young museum professionals in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan with the knowledge and skills necessary to increase the growth and sustainability of museums in their countries. The application process is planned to start later this year and NEMO will, amongst others, deliver a training in February 2019.