Inside the Royal Museum of Art and History's plaster cast workshop

Jul 20, 07:18 AM
There is a section of the Royal Museum of Art and History that is unique in that it displays a museum collection and is also a going commercial concern producing art for sale. It's the Plaster-cast Workshop that houses over 4,000 historical plaster casts as well as creating new ones. Nele Strobbe, responsible for the collection tells us exactly what they do and when you can visit for free. We also hear from Elena Salvini, co-curator of the new KBR Museum, about how and why the two institutions collaborated.