Venues & Institutions
Scotland’s cultural secretary has pledged that full capacity events will be allowed to return “as soon as possible” once the country emerges from the “acute” phase of the Omicron variant.
The National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST) in Athens has teamed up with a nongovernmental organization called The Happy Act to make its institution more friendly to visitors with autism.
Every year, the Arts Council Norway collects figures from museums in Norway. A total of 106 museums reported for 2020. The museum statistics provide an overview of the museums, visits, dissemination, research and management of the collections.
It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic not only affected millions of people physically, but also had a detrimental impact on mental health. Now, doctors in Brussels are trying something new to help bolster flagging mental health: prescribing museum visits.
Sporting activities can now resume with strict adherence to Covid-19 regulations, with all staff and coaches at sports clubs required to be vaccinated, while a range of cultural and leisure activity can now resume for the fully vaccinated, including cinemas, theatres, art galleries, gymnasiums, health spas and fitness centres.
The Politician's Museum Training campaign, coordinated by the Finnish Museum Association, will be held from 23 to 27 August 2021. During the week, nearly 70 politicians will get acquainted with museum work in 30 museums in a practical way.