UAE market studied by Louvre
Yesterday WAM, the state news agency, reported that with the aim of making sure that the Louvre Abu Dhabi lives up to the expectations of its visitors, when it opens in about three years; the researchers are running 11 focus groups.
"The focus groups, drawn from visitors to the Talking Art: Louvre Abu Dhabi preview exhibition at the Emirates Palace hotel, are helping to give the planning team a feel for the artistic tastes of potential audiences, the way they like artefacts displayed, their preferences in written information and their views on the subject matter of different artworks," said a source.
Views would also be solicited from the Emirati schoolchildren, as well as from teachers and expatriates.
Rita Aoun, the director of culture at Abu Dhabi's Tourism Development and Investment Company, said: "As with all of the institutions being developed in the Saadiyat Island Cultural District, the overriding goal of the Louvre Abu Dhabi is education."
Aoun added: "This survey is part of our ongoing effort to engage all members of our audience respectfully and productively, so they can get the greatest benefit from the Louvre Abu Dhabi."
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