The first internet domain dedicated to the global art community, .ART, is now active and has more than 60 well-known museums and arts organizations on board, according to a statement from London-based .ART.
“Our mission is to preserve the cultural legacy of the global art world,” Ulvi Kasimov, founder of .ART, says in a statement. “We are honoured that so many respected institutions from all over the world share our vision and conviction that .ART will transform the arts community’s relationship with the internet and help protect their brand’s heritage online.”
.ART domain names will be available for registration to professional members of the art world from February 2017.
Read more and check out the list of early .ART adopters in the original article published on Artnet News.