Natalia Grincheva of the University of Melbourne discusses her deep mapping tool to measure the soft power of museums.
How museums in the UK and around the world carry soft power influence by connecting people with art and culture.
A new video series from AfricaNews explores the cultural diplomacy efforts of the UAE government in its first episode.
Children need space to grow and art plays a pivotal role in creating not just any space, but a creative and conducive space. [...] This year, for the first time, the National Gallery of Singapore is making it possible. In its first Gallery Children’s Biennale, Singapore is leading the way in Asia to create space for children through art. The exhibition targets young visitors and it is curated in such a way that aim to captivate the imagination of the young: making art fun, interactive and accessible.
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January, 2017 happenings in cultural diplomacy around the world.
To attract young people from the neighborhood of about 100,000 people, the museum’s founders have sought to form alliances with schools and have taken steps to create a cultural exchange with the nearby Brussels Boxing Academy.