National Heritage Board and British Museum sign MOU to ramp up exchanges
Published on Sep 3, 2014 2:59 PM
SINGAPORE - There will be more joint research projects, exhibitions and loan exchanges between the National Heritage Board (NHB) and the British Museum, after they signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Tuesday.
The memorandum, a first between the two institutions, spans five years from now till September 2019. It maps out a framework for cooperation and greater exchanges.
There will be curatorial and staff exchanges, attachments, study visits, lectures, training programmes, workshops and seminars as well as the exchange of information relating to museum collections and practice.
The memorandum was signed in London by Mrs Rosa Daniel, chief executive of NHB, and Mr Neil MacGregor, director of the British Museum.
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