For the duration of the pandemic, FRAME will gather information from colleagues in the network and regularly publicize the variety of online initiatives for sharing collections, exhibitions, lectures, films, games and more devised by FRAME museums to maintain the connection with their worldwide audiences and remain accessible to all even while their buildings are closed.
In this fourth issue, in addition to promoting the actions undertaken each week by the museums of the network in order to remain accessible, we also wish to draw your attention to the creation by FRAME of an Emergency Grant Initiative. Its purpose is to support the museums in the network and their efforts to make their collections and education programs available remotely with enhanced digital offerings developed through collaborations with other FRAME museums.
We hope you will enjoy browsing through these digital outreach programs created by your colleagues in the FRAME network. We encourage you to share your new ideas and programs with us so we can continue to highlight the many online resources available at FRAME museums. Marguerite d’Aprile Quigley and Emilie Vanhaesebroucke are available to help you, if needed, or to provide e-introductions between colleagues in the FRAME network.
Please see FRAME Network, Virus and Quarantine, or How to Stay Creative and Accessible during a Pandemic (March 25, 2020) on our website.