Brazil’s Inhotim Institute joins the global wave of online museum visits

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – In an effort to bypass isolation barriers caused by the pandemic, museums around the world have been offering virtual tours of their places and collections since last year.

The Inhotim Institute, located in Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, was one of the followers of this trend which is beginning to take on new formats: with the “Inhotim para Todxs” project, the museum will organize free online guided tours. The subject of this Wednesday is “Som e Sentido” (Sound and Sense). Visitors will be able to explore the sounds that are part of the works of art as well as the beauty of the Institute. . .

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