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Mᴜsᴇᴜᴍwᴇᴇᴋ 🏛's newsletter - Issue #3
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Dear professionals from Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums, dear friends passionated by Culture, Art and Science,
Thank you for being a reader of MuseumWeek’s newsletter!
As you will see, this third issue is enriched with a new section called “Three Curated News” that presents interesting info coming from the world of Culture and Digital.
If you like your reading, don’t hesitate to forward it to your different networks! You’re also welcome to send your comments and suggestions to the Editorial board.
😺 Oh, and before we forget, exciting news for our next edition of MuseumWeek 2022: we received last week the official support of UNESCO (have a second look at the banner of this email!)

Quote of the week
“The only way to understand painting is to go and look at it.
And if out of a million visitors there is even one to whom art means something, that is enough to justify museums.”
– Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Frédéric Bazille, Renoir's portrait (1867), Montpellier, musée Fabre
Frédéric Bazille, Renoir's portrait (1867), Montpellier, musée Fabre
Interviews
4 questions for Erika Lanner from the Nobel Prize Museum
5 questions for street artist Andrea Ravo Mattoni
5 questions for installation artist Asim Waqif
Three Curated News
17 new museums opening in 2022
Gustav Klimt's 'The Kiss' selling as 10,000 NFTs for Valentine's Day
"Generative AI Artist" Ivona Tau claiming "First AI art work to be sold at a physical auction in Spain"
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