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An increasing number of institutions are developing programs that make exhibitions more accessible to those with developmental disabilities
From 1 January, Leeuwarden (The Netherlands) and Valletta (Malta) will hold the title of European Capital of Culture for one year.
The 16 state-owned museums under the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport registered a total of 2,963,263 visitors during 2017, 5.4% more than in 2016.
The UAE has signed an agreement with the world famous Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC to enhance cultural exchange and create new opportunities for collaboration.
Are we in the middle of a cultural building boom? More than 101 major arts facilities opened around the world last year, according to a new study. The construction of museums, performing arts venues, and cultural districts cost a combined $8.45 billion.
The German Foreign Office is planning an initiative to co-ordinate major international exhibitions of art drawn from the country’s museums. It is part of a drive led by Andreas Görgen, the foreign office’s head of culture and communication, to boost Germany’s cultural presence in the world and to foster greater exchange with institutions and curators abroad. Görgen says his vision for a “post-national culture policy” extends beyond such international strategies as the Louvre and Guggenheim outposts or the British Museum’s partnerships.