Bihar museum will be hosting something unique for the first time in India where it is preparing to host Museum Biennale. The museum is planning to host this from March 22 to 28 and this will be available in both digital and physical forms.
What is Biennale?
A biennale is a large exhibition that is held every 2 years and this will be an event where many other museums will participate. Bihar museum biennale will host various participants across the country where Museum of Art & Photography, Bengaluru; City Palace Museum, Udaipur’ Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, New Delhi; Museo Camera, Gurugram; Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Mumbai; Piramal Museum, Mumbai; National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi; and Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal, and many more are set to be a part of this Biennale.
For those who want to participate in this biennale, you can visit the museum or can visit it virtually. You have an opportunity to take an online guided tour as well here. The museum will also host exhibitions alongside this.
Speaking about the biennale, Bihar’s chief minister, Nitish Kumar said, “The Bihar Museum is a cultural hub dedicated to the spirit of inquiry, exploration, and creativity of the people of Bihar and the world. The soft power of art and culture has a special space of engagement in our development strategy for Bihar. The Bihar Museum Biennale is a step forward to highlight the rich heritage of India and bring alive the extraordinary history of Bihar and also celebrate the cultural narratives from various parts of the world.”