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On May 18, Museums across Bengaluru were bustling with people celebrating the International Museum Day. Exciting events were organised at museums across the city.18 May 2017
BENGALURU: Museums, where dust motes have settled on ancient artefacts from 10,000 BC, can be the setting for an exciting treasure hunt. City-based Rereeti has planned a series of activities starting today, International Museum Day, and they will be on till May 21.
From a mobile treasure hunt to writing workshops by eminent authors, an event conceptualised by ReReeti promises to acquaint Bengaluru residents to the appeal of museums.
From New Delhi to Kolkata, India’s museum came alive for celebrations, writes Rohini Kejriwal
The Government Museum was, on Thursday, a beehive of activity with numerous event for history enthusiasts and schoolchildren.
Rereeti, an outfit that works with museums, tells us how it can intervene to bring more people to these places
With the State gearing up to celebrate International Museum Day on a massive scale, it seems like the first good step needed to be taken to resurrect our museums
As yet another International Museum Day falls today, one is reminded of the neglected state of museums in the city. The government recently floated a few initiatives to revive and restore the existing museums but there seems to be no sustained effort to keep these spaces alive and interactive for the public, especially the youngsters.
What museums and parents can do to ignite a love and interest for museums.