Can Museums and Galleries Survive COVID-19?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

In the best of times, museums and galleries are a refuge from the pressures and stresses of daily life. And as much as that escape would be welcomed during a pandemic, Canada's museums and galleries have been forced to close their doors lest they spread the virus. The Agenda welcomes Art Gallery of Hamilton president and CEO; Rick Nelson, curator of Old Mill Heritage Museum on Manitoulin Island; and National Gallery of Canada director and CEO Sasha Suda, to discuss how they can survive the financial hit, while offering new experiences to patrons virtually?
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May 15, 2020
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