Annual Reports

Annual Report 2011

The first stage of the reconstruction of Georgian National Museum was concluded in 2011. S. Janashia Museum of Georgia and National Gallery reopened.

Annual Report 2010

In 2010 Georgian National Museum hosted 118 events. 

Annual Report 2009

2009 was characterized by innovative projects and novelty for the museum. 2009 was loaded by local as well as international exhibitions, new discoveries, partnership agreements, scientific conferences and educational programs. Renovated Dmanisi Museum-Reserve was opened in 2009. At the same time in structural units of the museum reconstruction process was non-stop.

Annual Report 2008

Georgian National Museum’s occupation has been actively covered by the country’s press and television. One of the major priorities of the GNM is keeping people informed about new discoveries, scientific researches, exhibitions, and educational programs. Establishing the museum has raised the informational awareness about Georgian cultural heritage among the society.

Annual Report 2007

Georgian National Museum's occupation has been actively covered by the country's press and television. One of the major priorities of the GNM is keeping people informed about new discoveries, scientific researches, exhibitions, and educational programs. Establishing the museum has raised the informational awareness about Georgian cultural heritage among the society.

Annual Report 2006

Georgian National Museum's occupation has been actively covered by the country's press and television. One of the major priorities of the GNM is keeping people informed about new discoveries, scientific researches, exhibitions, and educational programs. Establishing the museum has raised the informational awareness about Georgian cultural heritage among the society.

Annual Report 2005

Georgian National Museum's occupation has been actively covered by the country's press and television. One of the major priorities of the GNM is keeping people informed about new discoveries, scientific researches, exhibitions, and educational programs. Establishing the museum has raised the informational awareness about Georgian cultural heritage among the society.