The Culture Promotion Act (see 4.2.1) strengthens and simplifies the state’s cultural mandate. Culture at the beginning of the 21st century is interpreted in a contemporary way and includes music, visual arts, literature, architecture, theatre, dance and film, as well as folk culture, science and monument preservation, museums and exhibitions.
The Liechtenstein Art Museum Foundation Act (LAMFA) defines the mission of the Art Museum: among other things, to expand, scientifically process and maintain the collections of visual arts, as well as to promote the understanding of art and culture, and to boost Liechtenstein’s reputation abroad. LGBl. 2000 No. 137
The Temporary Immunity of Cultural Assets Act (TICAA) regulates the return guarantee of collection objects sent to Liechtenstein from abroad for exhibitions. This law for the immunity of cultural assets promotes the exchange of cultural assets between museums and facilitates cross-border exhibitions. LGBl. 2008 No. 009
The purpose of the Liechtenstein School of Fine Arts Foundation Act (SFAFA) includes the development and promotion of creative perception, design and expression as well as aesthetic education and cultural training, and its operation as an educational institution that prepares children, young people and adults for admission to art academies. LGBl. 2002 No. 022
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