ANDREW LOGAN MUSEUM OF SCULPTURE’S COVID-19 RESILIENCE
“Andrew … ought to be the most revered of artists, (he) has made no distinction between his life and art” Derek Jarman
The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture is delighted to announce it has been awarded Covid-19 resilience revenue funding from both Arts Council Wales and The Federation of Museum and Art Galleries of Wales. Arts Council Wales have also provided support for online resilience projects.
“We are immensely grateful to both organisations for this support, which ultimately means the survival of the Museum,” said Museum Manager Anne-Marie Pope, ”thanks to Arts Council Wales and The Federation of Museums and Art Galleries of Wales, the future is looking brighter than the past couple of tough months.”
Arts Council Wales funding was made possible by The National Lottery. Lottery players are making an amazing contribution to the response to combatting the impact of Covid-19 on local communities across the UK.
The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture, which underwent a programme of improvement over winter and spring 2019/20 funded by Welsh Government, the Federation of Museums and Art Galleries of Wales and the Foyle Foundation, is currently closed under Covid-19 restrictions, but will make a re-opening statement in the forthcoming weeks.
The Museum, in Berriew near Welshpool, will celebrate 30 years of bringing joy through its exhibits, workshops and outreach programmes in 2022.