Vietnam+: National Museum of History to go digital to attract more visitors

Vietnam+: National Museum of History to go digital to attract more visitors. “Twenty national treasures at the Vietnam National Museum of History in Hanoi will be introduced to the public via a virtual gallery in June at the latest with support of digital technology. This is the museum’s very first effort to develop itself into a digital museum in the coming time.”

NewsDirect: The Digital Museum of the History of Japanese in New York (PRESS RELEASE)

NewsDirect: The Digital Museum of the History of Japanese in New York (PRESS RELEASE). “The Japan History Council of New York announced today plans to launch the Digital Museum of the History of the Japanese in New York on Tuesday May 18—making it the first East Coast digital archive to represent local historical figures of Japanese descent. The Digital Museum launch comes at a significant point of time, as May marks Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, bringing to the forefront the identity and experiences of Asian Americans throughout history.”

The A&T Register: 4 Virtual Black art exhibits to see for Black History Month

The A&T Register: 4 Virtual Black art exhibits to see for Black History Month. “It is important to not only take the time to honor the African Americans who made a tremendous impact in our country’s social, civil and political history, but to also honor the African American artists who have created remarkable, awe-inspiring visuals of the Black experience in America. Listed below are a few virtual Black art exhibits to see for Black History Month and beyond.”

Jakarta Post: World’s first fully interactive virtual museum to open on Aug. 14

Jakarta Post: World’s first fully interactive virtual museum to open on Aug. 14. “While art institutions across the world have developed virtual spaces to contend with the restrictions resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, the Virtual Online Museum of Art (VOMA) is scheduled to open on August 14. The digital museum, curated by London-based art dealer Lee Cavaliere, will feature masterpieces on loan from international institutions such as Musée d’Orsay, Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art and the Art Institute of Chicago.”