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- Two Scottish museums share top award
The Gairloch Museum and Aberdeen Art Gallery
are among five venues sharing a top prize.
BBC News. Monday, 12 Oct 2020.
- Ancient Israeli Cave Transformed Into Art Gallery
For his latest show, artist Ivo Bisignano created a series of massive wooden sculptures that mimic the cavern's curvature
Smithsonian. Thursday, 3 Sep 2020.
- Burnt Statue of Melania Trump Exhibited At Art Gallery in Slovenia
The statue was torched in Slovenia amid nationwide riots in the U.S.
Daily Caller. Wednesday, 2 Sep 2020.
- Tate art galleries axe 300 staff from shops and cafes while Natwest cuts 500 roles
Hundreds of jobs are set to go at Tate galleries in London, Liverpool and St Ives after it shut its doors for more than four months during lockdown. NatWest is set to reduce its headcount by around 550.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 12 Aug 2020.
- Tate boss defends plan to cut 200 jobs in art gallery shops and cafes
"Sadly at the moment the trading business is too big," Maria Balshaw told Desert Island Discs.
BBC News. Saturday, 8 Aug 2020.
- 2 Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home
Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.
New York Times. Thursday, 9 Jul 2020.
- Former Nazi Submarine Base Transformed Into Digital Art Gallery
The concrete bunker once housed Axis U-boats. Now, it features floor-to-ceiling projections of works by Gustav Klimt, Paul Klee
Smithsonian. Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020.
- Winging it: Paris gallery keeps visitors apart with extension hats
An art gallery
in Paris has sought inspiration in ancient China to help it enforce social distancing, by providing hats with winged extensions for visitors.
Reuters. Friday, 5 Jun 2020.
- South Korea forced to close schools again after spike in new coronavirus cases
South Korea has been forced to close hundreds of schools, museums and art galleries
due to a fresh spike in coronavirus cases as the country emerges from lockdown.
Sky News. Friday, 29 May 2020.
- South Korea reimposes some social distancing after COVID cases spike
South Korea will close museums, parks and art galleries
in the capital Seoul and has urged employers to reintroduce flexible working hours after reporting 79 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 28 May 2020.
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