Goa: The ethos of Le Meridien hotels is to expose creative and curious minded travellers to stimulating and inspiring experiences that the destination has to offer both inside and outside the hotel. In keeping with this spirit and the brand’s signature ‘Unlock Art Programme’, Le Meridien Goa has collaborated with Museum of Goa, a privately owned Contemporary Arts Museum by Dr. Subodh Kerkar. With this partnership, guests of Le Meridien Goa Calangute will get a complimentary visit and tour of Museum of Goa and be a part of the immersive cultural experiences that Museum of Goa hosts.
This is an endeavour to bring travellers close to Goa’s thriving art and cultural scene. Celebrated artiste Dr. Subodh Kerkar launched Museum of Goa with the idea of taking art to the masses, where it seeks to break social and cultural barriers and make art accessible to all. It is intended as a platform for contemporary Indian and International artists to build a cultural network for exchange and interaction.
Speaking at the occasion, Norton Pereira, General Manager, Le Meridien Goa Calangute says, “At Le Meridien hotels, our keys unlock more than just the room door; they unlock access to inspiring art and cultural centres offering travellers a unique perspective on the destination they are visiting. We would like our guests to get up & close with Goa’s thriving art and scene and what better place to start that than with Dr. Kerkar’s Musuem of Goa. Our idea of this partnership is to encourage our guests to visit local art galleries and museums and in that showcase our artists and support art communities to thrive.”
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