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Design Museum Holon is on this year’s shortlist for the ‘Best Emerging Culture Destination of the Year’

Thirty one museums from around the world have been shortlisted for the prestigious 2015 Leading Culture Destinations Awards', ‘Best Emerging Culture Destination' accolade.

The Award scheme, now in its second year, seeks to recognise and celebrate the success of cultural institutions worldwide, now more than ever defining themselves as centres of attraction for a range of social and leisure activities as well as simply enjoying works of art.

In recognition of this, the Leading Culture Destinations Awards jury judges the Emerging Destinations shortlist, which is made up of selected institutions from six global regions under five headings: Architecture and Spatial design; Exhibitions and Programming; Eating and Drinking; Shopping; and the Digital Experience.

These same five criteria form the judging categories for the established institutions awards, whose shortlist was announced in early September.
The winner is to be announced in October.
The award supported by "The New York Times" 

For more information about the award click here

to the CNN article about the competition click here


Photo: Yael Pinkus



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