Rapid response and celebrating the mundane. Creative solutions have been the order of the day for the arts and culture sector through 2020
COVID-19 has been the catalyst for transformation across many aspects of society. Whether it’s the adoption of technology for remote work, the embracing of online shopping or the rise of the virtual classroom, we’ve found a way to function and connect at a time when face-to-face interaction must be kept to a minimum.
As much as the pandemic has brought society to a standstill, it has also accelerated some of the trends that were already in motion – particularly in the digital space. Think cashless transactions, video calling, remote working and more.
And nowhere has this been more evident than in museums. In 2020, museums had to find new ways to stay relevant and maintain a role in the public consciousness at a time when footfall has …