Malaysian museums and festivals prepare for the return of major art events

Art In The City 2021, which is the Cultural Economy Development Agency's (Cendana) leading art platforms, is set give Kuala Lumpur a vibrant lift from the pandemic blues through an extensive arts and culture programme running from October to December. Photo: Filepic/The Star

There will be no shortage of major art exhibitions when museums, art institutions and festivals get back into the groove.

You might have to pre-register to gain entry into museums, there definitely won't be grand exhibition openings with big crowds and much of the art gallery programming nationwide will still be scaled down to control the flow of visitors.

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