Museums.


Deborah O’Donoghue is a British-Irish writer who has lived in the UK, France and Belgium. She has travelled all over the world and worked in car body repairs, in the best fish ‘n’ chip shop in Brighton, and been a gopher in a comedy club, as well as a teacher. She’s a past winner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Short Story Prize. Her début novel, Sea of Bones, was published by Legend Press in 2019 and comes out in Germany in 2021. Follow Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

22 September 2022
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Antwerp’s Royal Museum of Fine Arts reopens with a weekend festival and stunning new programme

After a ten year closure, on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September, Antwerp’s Royal Museum of Fine Arts, otherwise known as KMSKA, marks its keenly-awaited grand […]
20 September 2022

Brussels launches pilot to prescribe free museum visits for mental health patients

As of September 12th, psychiatrists in Brussels are able to prescribe museum tours to people suffering from mental health issues. The city of Brussels has developed […]
24 August 2022

What would Mona Lisa and Dali look like today?

When he embarked on his project, 26-year-old Portuguese designer Tiago Dias didn’t even have a profile on Instagram. A couple of works were the excuse to […]
19 August 2022

UK’s Horniman Museum and Gardens to return Benin Bronzes to Nigeria

72 museum objects will be transferred to the Nigerian government, following a decision by the Horniman’s Board of Trustees. The objects were taken from Benin City […]
28 July 2022

Ukraine now has a place at Mini Europe among EU nations

Ukraine now has a place alongside members of the EU bloc at Mini Europe, the open-air theme park in Brussels displaying small replicas of famous European […]
15 July 2022

Oslo’s National Museum opens with a tapestry of 400 reindeer skulls

Thinking of the Nordics, there are a few things that immediately come to mind. There’s the northern lights, a natural phenomenon which leaves us in awe […]
15 June 2022

4 new cultural activities you must experience while in Oslo

The waters of the fjord lie still, an expansive cobalt sky being mirrored on its surface. The sunlight washes over the buildings, the squares, the parks, […]
20 May 2022

The majestic creativity of nature

Really taking the time to see nature around us is ever rarer nowadays, so when I came across Karl Blossfeldt’s Art Forms in Nature exhibition at […]
13 May 2022

5 beautiful underwater museums around the world

Explore archaeological ruins and contemporary art at these 5 amazing underwater museums dispersed around the World. Most of them do not require a diving certification! 1. […]
18 April 2022

Brussels Tram Museum to resume retro tram rides for first time since pandemic

Retro tram rides will resume in Brussels for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic halted the service, announced the Brussels Tram Museum. Introduced in 2019 […]
15 April 2022

Australia’s newest museum is set to dazzle the world

As the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Australia marks its 150 anniversary, an exciting new era is about to begin for the gallery: the […]
29 March 2022

Rotterdam’s Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen lets you see 150,000 artworks all in one place

Rotterdam’s Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen, the world’s first publicly accessible art depot, has opened its doors to the public and is already an icon of the […]
3 March 2022

New Rodin Museum to open in Tenerife

When hearing the name Rodin, most of us are immediately mind travelling to Paris. It’s where the world’s most famous museum dedicated to the painter is […]
2 March 2022

Avicii museum opened in Stockholm

Sweden honors Swedish DJ Avicii with a new museum in Stockholm to showcase the legacy of the worldwide famous artist. Avicii Experience will allow fans and […]
18 February 2022

Dubai to open Museum of the Future

In just a few days, on the 22nd of February, the Museum of the Future, in Dubai, will finally open to the public. Contrary to what […]
14 February 2022

‘Bored’ security guard draws eyes on a $1 million painting

A painting valued at more than $1 million was ruined after a security guard decided to draw eyes on faceless figures depicted in an artwork in […]
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