- Since the COVID-19 pandemic came, many industries were forced to temporarily shut down, while some had to close permanently
- Among those affected by the changes made by the pandemic are the museums; not just in the country but all over the world
- However, learning from the past should never stop, so museums in Philippines found its way to still engage the people with the museum experience, by going virtual
Since the pandemic invaded many countries around the world, many industries were forced to temporarily shutdown, while some had to close permanently. Many businesses were affected resulting the economy to fluctuate.
Among those affected by the changes made by the pandemic are the museums not just in the country but all over the world.
However, learning from the past should never stop, so museums in Philippines found its way to still engage the people with the museum experience. Ayala Museum as well as The Mind Museum used the the technology to still give service to the Filipinos.
Through virtual exhibitions, Ayala Museum said on their Youtube channel it has been four months since they took the Ayala Museum experience virtual “and and we can safely say: we like it here so we’re putting a ring on it.”
“Meet our new virtual icon,” showing the newest icon they launched. “A symbol to show Ayala Museum’s commitment to connecting with as many of you in this virtual space through our shared love of Philippine art & culture. This virtual icon also marks the new phase of our virtual content. Those past 4 months of content were all good and exciting, but the next 5 months? Expect even bigger, bolder, virtual programs coming your way,” they added.
Meanwhile, The Mind Museum also continues sharing a glimpse of the different areas inside the museum. With the use of Home Space 360, people can experience a virtual tour inside the place.