After almost two years of the agreement with the Atlantic Forest Fund, 22 preservation projects were executed in the State of Rio de Janeiro
42 RIO will be the first unit of the social impact project in Latin America, with 450 students
The organization managed the cultural center from 2013 to 2018 and now has won the selection process conducted by Cultural Foundation of the City of Recife (FCCR), signing an agreement for two more years (2019 - 2021).
In its 5th birthday, celebrated on February 9th, also the National Frevo Day, Paço do Frevo opened the carnival festivities in Recife.
In the midst of the celebration of Black Awareness Week, IDG, IPHAN, the US Consulate General and the City Hall of Rio de Janeiro signed a partnership for Cais do Valongo.
Paço do Frevo, cultural equipment under the management of IDG, launched this week the Frevo Masters Collection.
The Museum of Tomorrow was this Friday, (28th) awarded the Leading Culture Destinations Award 2018 at the LCD Awards in London. This British award is recognized as the ‘Oscar of Museums’.
Paço do Frevo, located in Recife Antigo, managed by the IDG – Institute for Development and Management reached the impressive mark of 500 thousand visitors.
The IDG – Institute for Development and Management has just signed an agreement contract with the Futurium Museum, in Berlin.
IDG has the constant challenge to widen its network and consequently expand exchange opportunities with different players and institutions that act in the culture and environment areas.
The 2018 Platform: The Brazil of Tomorrow is an initiative from the IDG, in the scope of the Museum of Tomorrow.
The IDG – Institute for Development and Management established a musical exchange between the renowned North American pianist Phil DeGreg and the Brazilian violinist and guitarist Bruno Mangueira,
As Brazilians and culture professionals, we are all deeply saddened by this tragedy.
The Museum of Tomorrow, managed by the IDG – Institute for Development and Management will open its new exhibition Ofisuka 2068 – Imagining the Future of Work
Inaugurated in December 2015, the Museum of Tomorrow is managed by the IDG – Institute for Development and Management, it surpassed the three million visitors mark.
The IDG acts as the operational manager for the Atlantic Rainforest Fund (FMA), with projects implemented all over the Rio de Janeiro state aiming to contribute to the preservation of the fauna, flora and native ecosystems
Ricardo Piquet, the chair-man of the Museum of Tomorrow, hosted Niky Fabiancic, the resident-coordinator of the United Nations System in Brazil and the resident-representative of the United Nations Program for Development (PNUD)
O Museu do Amanhã e a Fundação ENGIE apresentam o Entre Museus, um projeto de mobilização social e cultural. Ele se desdobra em uma série de ações desenhadas especialmente para alunos e professores de escolas e organizações sociais da região portuária do Rio, os nossos vizinhos.
The Museum of Tomorrow received the Rio+Empreendedor Award in the Culture category at a ceremony held at Copacabana Palace.
The Museum of Tomorrow and the Science Museum Group - which includes the London Science Museum and four other affiliated institutions - a
The Museum of Tomorrow is the most beloved museum of the Cariocas.
The Museum of Tomorrow takes to the Citizen Village of the 8th World Water Forum - from March 17th to 23rd in Brasilia - an unprecedented experience inspired by the narrative course of its Main Exhibition.
The Museum of Tomorrow was awarded a gold and two bronze medals at the 17th edition of the International Design & Communication A
The president of the Museum of Tomorrow, Ricardo Piquet, signed a Cooperation Agreement between the institution and the Shenzhen Museum of China.
How do we make people interact technologically in a museum experience?
The Museum of Tomorrow - the most visited in the country, having received about 2.5 million people since its inauguration - celebrates tw
On March 16th, The Museum of Tomorrow won the MIPIM international award, in the category "Most Innovative Green Building".
A symbol of the revitalization of the port area of Rio de Janeiro, the Museum of Tomorrow gained international prominence in October 2016
Six months after its inauguration in 2015, the Museum of Tomorrow became the first museum in Brazil to be awarded the Gold Label – the second highest level of classification – in the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). The levels are four: Certificate,Silver, Gold and Platinum.
Paço do Frevo, located in the historical center of Recife, can now be visited from anywhere in the world. The museum is part of the Google Arts & Culture platform, with five exhibitions about the musical genre and a virtual tour.
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