Since the lockdowns have lifted in Europe, galleries and exhibition halls are now welcoming visitors for the summer months for a cross-section of varied exhibits to tempt artistic taste buds.
Artists appealed to EU leaders for the need to support culture which has helped Europeans to cope with "great personal and societal adversity".
When most people think of Dubai they think of today's modern metropolis. But it's a city steeped in history that is ready and waiting to be rediscovered by today’s visitors.
In this week's Cult, Jane Witherspoon speaks to the British artist in Dubai who has been creating record-breaking artwork whilst in lockdown.
The UK government says the "biggest ever one-off investment" in culture will help theatres, museums and galleries, music venues and cinemas to remain open.
In 2015, ISIS ravaged the Syrian archeological site of Palmyra. Five years on, Italian conductor Riccardo Muti leads a concert honouring the UNESCO World Heritage site.
Latin America takes centre stage this year at the La Gacilly Photo Festival in Western France, featuring works from Sebastião Salgado.
The annual Scarlet Sails festival takes place in honour of Russian school graduates but without spectators due to coronavirus restrictions.
Lebanese-born Abdel-Halim Caracalla created the Caracalla Dance Theatre during an era when pursuing a career in the expressive arts was not the norm.
Bordering Algeria, poverty and unemployment in Tunisia’s Kasserine Mountains has gone some way towards nurturing young recruits for extremism. Hip hop dancing, however, has emerged as a new way to potentially combat militant recruitment.
The tiny Marxist-Leninist Party of Germany erected the first statue of Lenin ever on former West German territory.
The show must go on. But what if it can't?
The German Opera in Berlin has found an unusual way of bringing one of Wagner's masterpieces back to the nation while respecting social distancing measures.
Actors and the crew must now wear masks and disinfect regularly as they resume filming on 'Vampus Horror Tales'.
The Prado in Madrid and Palace of Versailles were able to re-open on Saturday after coronavirus lockdowns in Spain and France were loosened.
The French government wants its citizens to stop using English words where no French equivalent exists
A theatre company in Germany has turned their car park into a drive-in where the audience can watch from the safety of their cars.
Another prominent art attraction, the Boboli Gardens of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence will start welcoming visitors on Thursday.
Cult speaks to European artists Paparazzi and The Connor Brothers to talk about their latest exhibitions in Dubai and to find out how they are showcasing work in the new Covid-19 reality.
As a Libyan princess raised in exile, Alia Al Senussi, has never let her family’s ousting from the throne and their homeland in the 1960s, define her.
Virtual reality websites are becoming a ticket to cultural experiences for many who are currently self-isolating.
Alongside the tourism, experts say that the arts will take the longest time to recover when lockdown rules are lifted.
The cult festival has moved online after the coronavirus lockdown caused the physical event to be postponed.
Egyptian mummies without the crowds: traffic to the museum's online galleries has more than tripled amid coronavirus lockdowns.
Al Quoz was once just an industrial estate in the west of the city; now it's the beating heart of Dubai’s art scene, as well as a quirky and beautiful shopping destination.
Missing your cultural fix? Fear not, Europe's museums are opening their virtual doors to help enrich life on lockdown.