Global projects from Oman to Denmark and Ireland are recognised in the prestigious awards

Museum Studio celebrates three projects in the Museum + Heritage Awards 2024 shortlist
April 9, 2024
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Three Museum Studio projects have been shortlisted for this year’s Museum + Heritage Awards. Oman Across Ages is up for International Exhibition of the Year, and the Carl Nielsen Museum and The Book of Kells Experience are both shortlisted for Best Use of Digital International. The awards recognise creative innovation, celebrating the very best in the world of museums, galleries, and cultural and heritage visitor attractions across the globe each year.

Oman Across Ages commemorates the country’s creation and connects young Omanis to its rich and inspirational history, with an auditorium, permanent and temporary exhibition galleries, a garden, dining venues, comprehensive library, and Knowledge Centre.

A new immersive visitor experience at the Carl Nielsen Museum has a narrative approach inspired by Nielson, one of the most influential people in Danish musical history. The experience is divided into three movements, with a finale featuring a new composition created with snippets of Nielsen’s works.

The innovative 360-degree exhibition for The Book of Kells Experience at Trinity College Dublin offers visitors an unprecedented opportunity to discover Ireland’s most significant cultural treasure, using light and audio to explore the story of the historical masterpiece.

The winners will be announced in a ceremony on 15 May 2024.

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