The event works like a festival and typically includes a series of themes that cultural institutions can use as inspiration for their activities around the world. MuseumWeek was first held in 2014 and has taken place every year since then.
UNESCO is the historical partner of MuseumWeek since 2016
The New York Times partnered with MuseumWeek in 2019 around the movement #WomenInCulture
Fondation CHANEL officially supported MuseumWeek during a three-year program devoted to develop the international movement #WomenInCulture
The Wikimedia Foundation partnered with MuseumWeek in 2019 in France to organise an edith-a-thon at the Château de Montsoreau
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The Art Explora foundation initiates a residency program for artists and researchers from around the worlds sharing culture with everyone so we all open up to one another is breaking down the walls that separate us. This is the ideal that drives Art Explora, and all of us, cultural professionals and volunteers, from all walks of life.
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💫 "It is certainly not like other museums. The remains of the largest of the German Nazi concentration camps and extermination centers..."— MᴜsᴇᴜᴍWᴇᴇᴋ 🏛 (@MuseumWeek) February 28, 2022
4 questions for Piotr M.A. Cywiński from the @AuschwitzMuseum https://t.co/XpIfqcD0P0
Interview by @FabioPariante #magMW #MuseumWeek pic.twitter.com/4GPC0m2Giy
💫"The museum tells the history of human creativity, from prehistory to the present day. Our galleries are not separated by geography but set in..."— MᴜsᴇᴜᴍWᴇᴇᴋ 🏛 (@MuseumWeek) October 24, 2020
4 questions to Emma Cantwell from the @LouvreAbuDhabi: https://t.co/8uz68kUdYV
Interview by @FabioPariante #magMW #MuseumWeek pic.twitter.com/YQwfcPj5C9
💫"I am mostly known for my street art during the Lebanese Revolution 2019. I created a Phoenix sculpture made out of broken metal of the protestors tents which were destroyed..."— MᴜsᴇᴜᴍWᴇᴇᴋ 🏛 (@MuseumWeek) December 10, 2020
5 questions to the artist @Hayat_Nazer_V: https://t.co/LpXrdkOq9p
Interview by @FabioPariante #magMW pic.twitter.com/Q4sGpBVIaJ