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17 November 2020

Virtual tours: The best museums to visit online

During the pandemic, most museums and art galleries have been closed to the public to abide with government restrictions and regulations. But art lovers can still […]
3 November 2020

Créons: The magic of street art in Brussels

L’Autre part: Between initiatory quest and captivating journey, a dive into the world of creation through the wanderings of Crayon, emblematic character of its author Créons. […]
21 October 2020

Art in the City of Lights

I went to Paris with one of my best friends and when we got on the plane, we did not imagine everything that we were about […]
20 October 2020

The Smithsonian Institution: the top 5 museums

The Smithsonian Institution is the largest museums and research complex in the world, owning 19 world-renowned museums, galleries and zoos. The name of the institution derives […]
9 October 2020

Mazda in the spotlight: 100 years of history at Autoworld

To pay tribute to this dynamic centenarian, from the 16th October through to 13th December Autoworld is organising a retrospective of the Japanese make with 16 […]
1 October 2020

10 Best Art Galleries in London

The capital boasts enough galleries to satisfy every artistic preference, and with many national collections offering free entry, a day out at the art galleries is […]
29 September 2020

Hotel Beethoven: Celebrating the 250th anniversary of the artist’s legacy

In the context of Germany’s presidency of the Council of the European Union, BOZAR will contribute to Beethoven’s 250th birthday celebrations by hosting an exhibition that […]
11 September 2020

10 of the World’s weirdest museums

Poo, hearses, human hair, noodles, toilets and much more. Around the world there are museums displaying quite unusual stuff… If fossils and rare paintings are not […]
11 September 2020

Brussels Museums make their comeback

From Thursday 1 to Sunday 4 October, artists and cultural organisations are taking the stage in 40 Brussels’ museums to eclipse the gloom of 2020 and […]
4 September 2020

Traveling through art:
Smoke Signals by Vaughn Spann

It would be an understatement to claim that Vaughn Spann’s work focuses on the politics of living in this current day and age. Their relatability and […]
1 September 2020

5 Highlights From a
Virtual Trip to Ireland

While the COVID-19 situation continues to affect museums, successful measures are being shared across the sector, with bodies such as the Network of European Museum Organisations […]
6 August 2020

5 Quirky Museums
Around the World

There’s something about a privately kept piece of history that captures the imagination. It may not be as slickly curated or beautifully presented as a more […]
7 July 2020

Santa Marta Lighthouse Museum: A Light from Cascais to the World

“At night I am a diamond that turns to warn men, for whom I live, even when I do not see them.” It is with this […]
3 July 2020

Capacity management in the “new normal”

Museums and attractions are starting to open but in a very different operating environment for the foreseeable future. The cultural sector is under financial stress, with […]
29 June 2020

Top 5 Museums to Visit in Monschau

Monschau is a small town located in the Eifel region of Western Germany. Monschau is a city that you must visit, you can see beautiful and […]
26 June 2020
Vancouver

A special museum in Vancouver

As the Black Lives Matter movement renews discussions about our understanding of history and the value (or otherwise) of certain statues and memorials, it’s worth paying […]
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