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Chinese museum rings in Year of the Ox by holding art expo
With the Chinese New Year less than a month away, the celebration is already getting started.
Museum of Imam Reza’s shrine home to Amir Kabir’s souvenirs
The museum of Imam Reza’s (PBUH) holy shrine, the eighth Imam of Shias, is one of the richest museums in Iran where, among thousands of other artifacts, very precious souvenirs from Mirza Mohammad-Taqi Khan Farahani, alias Amir Kabir, have been put on public display.
150 ancient city relics make debut at North China museum
More than 150 pieces of cultural relics dating back more than 1,000 years are making their first public appearance at the newly opened Yecheng Archaeological Museum in Handan City, north China's Hebei Province.
German museum to restore Enigma machine found on seabed
German divers who fished an Enigma encryption machine out of the Baltic Sea have handed their rare find over to a museum for restoration.
British Museum to help dig for Nigerian treasures
The British Museum has announced plans to help "investigate the history of the Kingdom of Benin", with a grand archeology mission and new museum.
Met museum board will have two leaders for the first time
At a time when cultural institutions around the United States are wrestling with the challenges of the pandemic, including limited attendance, as well as issues of racial equity, the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the first time elected two trustees to jointly lead the board, one of whom will be its first woman chair.
Glasgow artist launches plastic bag museum
Katrina Cobain unwraps a parcel and removes its precious contents, slowly and delicately as if she were handling an ancient scroll of papyrus.
British Airways’ 747 to become museum and cinema
A British Airways’ 747 passenger plane is being turned into an educational facility and cinema in Gloucestershire, UK.
Berlin: Vandalism of museum artifacts ‘linked to conspiracy theorists’
At least 70 artworks and ancient artifacts across three galleries on Berlin’s museum island were vandalized with an oily substance earlier this month, German media reported.
China tells French museum: Don’t mention Genghis Khan in your exhibition
A French museum postponed an exhibit about Mongol Emperor Genghis Khan citing interference by the Chinese government, which it accuses of trying to rewrite history.
Oxford museum removes shrunken heads from display after 80 years
The shrunken heads at Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum were removed from display, after 80 years. In a case prominently entitled, “Treatment of Dead Enemies,” they have long been the greatest attraction for many visitors, but will be hidden away in store when the museum reopens on September 22, after the coronavirus closure.
‘Black Lives Matter’: UK museum revises perspectives on colonial India
A lesser-known example of unethical practice during the British rule has come to light as part of initiatives to decolonize public spaces and perspectives sparked by the ‘Black Lives Matter’ campaign when a major museum in Scotland revised texts related to colonial India.

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