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Congress needs to protect this country’s creative workforce [...]
Fri, Mar 27, 2020
Source: ART NEWSPAPER
As museums donate protective supplies to medical centres during coronavirus crisis, grassroots efforts to make masks struggle to meet medical standards [...]
Fri, Mar 27, 2020
Source: ART NEWSPAPER
When we first opened our doors in 1759, we proudly declared ourselves a place for ‘all studious and curious persons’. It’s a mission we’re still dedicated to – even if we can’t currently welcome visitors in person. With that in mind, we’d like to share the many ways in which you can explore our galleries and the collection while the Museum is closed. So, here are 11 ways for you to stay curious, keep learning, and experience over two million years of human history – all without stepping out your front door. 1. Come inside with Google Street View Did you know that the Museum is the world’s largest indoor space on Google Street View? You can go on a virtual visit to more than 60 galleries – perfect for creating your own bespoke tour around your favourites. See highlights like the Rosetta Stone in the Egyptian Sculpture Gallery or discover gems like the beautiful textiles in the Sainsbury African Galleries. The Rosetta Stone on Google Street View As well as allowing you to plan your own route through our labyrinthine galleries, Google Street View has the advantage of letting you see the collection when the Museum is blissfully quiet. Drop into the Egyptian Sculpture Gallery 2. Keep exploring with virtual galleries We also offer virtual galleries on our own website. [...]
Fri, Mar 27, 2020
Source: British Museum Blog
Artists participating in the project include Broomberg & Chanarin, Nolan Oswald Dennis and Reza Farkhondeh [...]
Fri, Mar 27, 2020
Source: ART NEWSPAPER
In his contribution to Palazzo Strozzi's digital project In Touch, the artist says Italian museums will "give humankind a light" to help find its way after coronavirus [...]
Fri, Mar 27, 2020
Source: ART NEWSPAPER


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