Culture

12 August 2020

Five impressive Brutalist
buildings in Europe

Concrete. That is probably the first thing most of us think about when they hear the term โ€˜Brutalismโ€™. Not without reason, as a lot of Brutalist [โ€ฆ]
12 August 2020

5 TV series and movies
that boosted tourism

Film induced tourism refers to the visitation of places where a particular movie or TV series was set.  This phenomenon is particularly advantageous for these places โ€“ [โ€ฆ]
6 August 2020

5 Quirky Museums
Around the World

Thereโ€™s something about a privately kept piece of history that captures the imagination. It may not be as slickly curated or beautifully presented as a more [โ€ฆ]
5 August 2020

Rebellions during COVID-19: raves and parties

Despite the lockdown and the ban of mass gatherings, many people across Europe have been going to raves and block parties. Now the question is: what’s [โ€ฆ]
4 August 2020

What are music festivals doing to survive the Covid-19 era?

Despite the impact that Covid-19 has had on large gatherings, many music festivals are finding alternative solutions for people who long for music. Tomorrowland festival in [โ€ฆ]
29 July 2020

Five Writersโ€™ Homes
You’ll Want to Visit

To visit a writerโ€™s house is to glimpse the inner life of a creative spirit. Unlike musicians or painters, writers need no special equipment or environment, [โ€ฆ]
17 July 2020

What lies ahead for Cirque du Soleil and companies affected by Covid-19?

Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group, one of the most recognisable brands in live performance, filed for protection last month after the coronavirus pandemic forced closure of [โ€ฆ]
15 July 2020

Live streaming in Brussels to support the music sector in Covid-19 times

The Brussels music scene is going through a crisis never experienced before. To support it, visit.brussels, Le Botanique and Kiosk Radio are launching artist residences and [โ€ฆ]
11 July 2020

Escape Lockdown – With Music

Our senses can carry us to different places. Proust wrote famously about his trip down memory lane, triggered by the teatime aroma of madeleines. But music [โ€ฆ]
7 July 2020

Santa Marta Lighthouse Museum:
A Light from Cascais to the World

“At night I am a diamond that turns to warn men, for whom I live, even when I do not see them.” It is with this [โ€ฆ]
7 July 2020

Palm Springs:
The Mecca of the โ€œChicโ€ Desert

A two-hour drive from Los Angeles, Palm Springs is like an open-air museum. Home to post-war Hollywood stars, the city is full of minimalist gems built [โ€ฆ]
3 July 2020

Escape Lockdown – With a Book

This summer and in the coming months, many of us find ourselves with hopes for holidays dashed and travel plans in disarray. One thing remains constant [โ€ฆ]
3 July 2020

Capacity management in the
“new normal”

Museums and attractions are starting to open but in a very different operating environment for the foreseeable future. The cultural sector is under financial stress, with [โ€ฆ]
29 June 2020

Top 5 Museums to Visit in Monschau

Monschau is a small town located in the Eifel region of Western Germany. Monschau is a city that you must visit, you can see beautiful and [โ€ฆ]
26 June 2020
Vancouver

A special museum in Vancouver

As the Black Lives Matter movement renews discussions about our understanding of history and the value (or otherwise) of certain statues and memorials, itโ€™s worth paying [โ€ฆ]
19 June 2020

Culture in times of Covid-19:
What’s at risk for society

The cultural sector across the world is facing a crisis due to COVID-19. The International Council on Museums (ICOM) reported that 95% of the estimated 60,000 [โ€ฆ]
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