Venues & Institutions
The report "Danish Museums in Numbers" presents key figures for the museums' professional work and organization, which has been collected continuously as part of the Castle and Culture Agency's supervision of the museums.
Is South Korea angling to become an international cultural hub? The Asian nation has unveiled a five-year plan designed to make its art and artifacts more accessible to the public, with its Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism announcing an ambitious goal of opening an additional 186 museums by 2023.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on Monday rolled out a five-year plan to make Korean art and artifacts more accessible to the general public. The plan includes building more art galleries and museums, expanding the conservation system for the collections and creating online and mobile systems for people to acquire information on exhibitions.
The National Heritage Board, together with the Ministry of Culture and the Center for Registers and Information Systems, will develop a new museum information system (MuIS 2.0), which will provide even better access to our rich museum collections.
Objects on loan from abroad in temporary exhibitions in UK museums are protected from seizure by the UK courts when they are on display in a museum or gallery which has been approved by the Culture Secretary and where the museum or gallery has published information about the objects on loan
The government said Wednesday it will establish 13 new state-run King Sejong Institutes in 11 countries for foreigners wanting to learn the Korean language and culture.