Further supplementing Stamba as a creative hub in this blooming capital is hosting of the new Tbilisi Photo and Multimedia Museum, which will exhibit photography from international, regional and local artists, drawing from expansive archives garnered from a decades’ worth of material from the Tbilisi Photo Festival. Led by a team of women and with specific attention paid to highlighting the work of female photographers in the South Caucasus, the space heralds a new and exciting frontier in the presentation of photo-art in the region. Key to the Multimedia Museum’s development is a dedication to the protection and promotion of Georgian cultural heritage. As such, the institution also offers an ever-evolving roster of educational programs, debate and activities, not only to back regional female photographers, but to further Tbilisi’s standing as a capital of culture. This is physically manifested via exhibitions of contemporary photography, video, film and new media alongside which the non-governmental, non-profit museum presents access to sizable photo book and multimedia archives supplied by MediaTech.