The Council for Culture, recently reinforced with new members with a lot of management talent and business acumen, has to accept a defeat. This is because Culture Minister Jet Bussermaker is disregarding a key pillar of the Council's latest advice. In a letter to the room, she reveals that she is looking for alternatives to the Council's proposal to protect 'Objects of National Importance' through the designation of a 'Core Collection'. Instead, Bussemaker says: "My starting point ....
You can now log in to continue reading!
Welcome to the Culture Press archive! As a member, you have access to all, over 4,000 posts we have made since our inception in 2009!
(Recent posts (under three months old) are available for all to read, thanks to our members!)
Become a member, or log in below: