Before COVID-19 hit, millions of people annually visited Amsterdam’s over 140 museums, including the Van Gogh Museum, which houses the iconic Sunflowers masterpiece. Since the pandemic, these museums have been closed. Special Correspondent Megan Thompson reports on the financial toll…
By Megan Thompson, Joan Martelli
The proposed plans for two new museums, telling the histories of Latinos and women in the U.S., will be reviewed before a Senate committee Tuesday after, separately, receiving bipartisan support in the House of Representatives.
By Joshua Barajas
Many cultural institutions in New York City are gingerly reopening their doors. They're weighing the safety of visitors and staff with the need to educate, inspire and support the city's recovery.
By Mark Kennedy, Associated Press
How is the 173-year-old, sprawling Smithsonian Institution slowly starting to welcome back the public? Of the world’s largest museum, education and research complex, only two attractions are currently open: the National Air and Space Museum's Udvar Hazy Center and the…
By John Yang, Anne Azzi Davenport
By Raf Casert, Peter Dejong, Associated Press
As Europe slowly emerges from the coronavirus pandemic that has killed well over 150,000 of its people and crippled some of the world's biggest economies, Monday let a brilliant ray shine through as some of the top museums globally reopened…
Sneak a peek at the Smithsonian's new Hall of Fossils. After a four-year renovation, the hall brings back old favorites and introduces lessons for humanity's future.
By Associated Press
Museums and galleries popular with visitors and locals in the nation's capital will close starting midweek if the partial shutdown of the federal government drags on. So will the National Zoo and a lively ice rink near the National Mall.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, November 24, U.K. and Spain reach a deal on the eve of the Brexit Summit, and technology that aims to take humans out of the beginning stages of clinical trials. Later, how museums are chronicling…
By Ivette Feliciano, Zachary Green
As Black Lives Matter protests erupted in 2014 after a police officer killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, the National Museum of African-American History and Culture in D.C. sent curators to collect t-shirts and gas masks -- artifacts it could…
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