Franceschini allocates 15 million euros for exhibitions canceled or postponed due to Covid


15 million for exhibitions canceled, cancelled or postponed due to Covid: this is the amount of the allocation set by Minister Franceschini.

Museums have not yet closed, as opposed to cinemas and theaters, but Cultural Heritage Minister Dario Franceschini is putting his hands out and allocating 15 million euros for exhibitions canceled, cancelled or postponed due to the Covid-19 health emergency: funds that are in addition to the 20 already provided by the August decree for the “Emergency Fund for Businesses and Cultural Institutions” established by the Relaunch Decree.

“In addition to the allocations already approved to support state museums and private museums,” said Minister Franceschini, “and to the 20 million euros already allocated in August for the compensation of losses suffered by exhibition organizers, today another 15 million arrive for the same purpose. This is a strong signal to support the art sector in overcoming the current difficult circumstances.”

Franceschini allocates 15 million euros for exhibitions canceled or postponed due to Covid
Franceschini allocates 15 million euros for exhibitions canceled or postponed due to Covid


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