Arts & Museum Summit

Arts & Museum Summit


The Arts & Museum Summit brings together museum and cultural leaders from across Asia, the United States, and Europe, to discuss the key questions they face. The Summit provides an open forum for the exchange of capacity-building knowledge and cutting-edge ideas relating to arts of Asia. It presents powerful lectures by significant leaders in the field of arts and culture, and lectures and panel discussions on the most pressing topics


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