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Thanks to the "Art From Home" project, the Louvre Abu Dhabi expands its online offers with free multimedia content such as virtual tours, videos, audio files and downloadable activities. In this way, the Louvre Abu Dhabi will remain accessible to the public, who continues to admire the exhibitions and works of art from its collection. 

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«Although the Louvre Abu Dhabi remains temporarily closed, our mission to share the stories of cultural connections continues. For this reason, the museum has developed and enriched its digital offer, providing access to more content and improving the experience for our public who will thus be able to visit the Louvre Abu Dhabi comfortably from home. We will continue to tell the stories of our museum, in the hope that they will offer comfort, peace and inspiration " explained the director Manuel Rabaté.

This first phase of the Louvre Abu Dhabi's extensive online offer includes the exploration and discovery of the museum's collections and exhibitions through the website and app. By accessing the resources of "Art From Home", you can observe the works of art in detail and learn about their history, thanks to the audio content. From home through the Louvre Abu Dhabi site, it is possible to cross the various eras of art history: starting from the masterpieces of Egyptian art, up to the paintings of Manet, Gauguin and Mondrian. This is an initiative that is part of the "Culture All" project launched by the Emirates Department of Culture and Tourism to bring the Emirate's cultural landmarks online so that the public can enjoy them in the comfort of their homes.

An offer dedicated to adults and children. In fact, on the website, you can find colouring pages for some of the museum's works of art. A whole series of activities that can be used for digital learning and that teachers can use to interact with their students. Digital content is available in three languages: Arabic, English and French. In addition to the website, these materials can also be accessed through the Louvre Abu Dhabi social media accounts. The museum will launch additional programs in the coming weeks, including additional audio materials and virtual tours of the permanent galleries, extracts from Louvre Abu Dhabi publications, advanced content on past exhibitions and much more.

Cover image: Louvre Abu Dhabi

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