National Gallery Strategic Plan 2021 - 2026

April 28 2021

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Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

The National Gallery in London have released their 2021 - 2026 Strategic Plan online. It seems that digitisation and building a broad profile nationally and globally is at the heart of the gallery's aims. A new Research Centre, alongside the NG200 Project to remodel the Sainsbury Wing Entrance, has also been put forward.

The plan contains four priorities:

- The Gallery at 200

The Bicentenary in May 2024 will be the moment when we show what the National Gallery can be for our audiences in the future. 

- The Gallery across the Nation

We will raise the profile of our national work - demonstrating that we are a national institution at the heart of national life.

- The Gallery across the World

We will refine the Gallery as a global digital institution.

- Research for Public Benefit 

Research underpins our entire programme of public engagement, both digital and physical, from exhibitions and display, to publications, talks and films.

Update - Here's The Art Newspaper's take on the plans.

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