Ukrainian-language audio guides to be launched in two museums in San Francisco
First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska has initiated the signing of a memorandum on the launch of two Ukrainian-language audio guides in the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Ukrinform reports, referring to the president's press service.
"As part of the visit of President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky to the United States, First Lady Olena Zelenska initiated the signing of a memorandum on the work on two Ukrainian-language audio guides with the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco," reads the report.
As expected, by the end of the year it will be possible to have an audio tour in Ukrainian in the halls of the de Young Museum and the Legion of Honor Museum, which are part of the Fine Arts Museums.
"We have signed a memorandum on the start of work on two Ukrainian-language audio tours at once for the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. I especially appreciate the fact that the establishment of strong ties between the United States and Ukraine occurs through culture, which testifies to the duration and consistency of such cooperation," Zelenska said.
According to the president's press service, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco is the largest arts and cultural center in San Francisco and one of the largest art museums in California. It includes the de Young Museum and the Legion of Honor Museum. The first integrates the works of modern art, textiles, costumes, exhibits from the Americas, the Pacific region and Africa of the 17th-21st centuries, and the second exhibits the historical and political evolution of art over the past several thousand years. More than one and a half million people visit the Fine Arts Museums annually.