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Author Archives: Prof. Negri

IS YOUR PROJECT THE NEXT HERITAGE IN MOTION AWARD WINNER?

Heritage in Motion

Are you a producer, director or representing a museum, company, public body, or organization and do you want to share your innovative and groundbreaking project in the field of cultural heritage with the rest of Europe? Submit your project for the Heritage in Motion Awards 2020! The Heritage in Motion Awards During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more vital than ...

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Invitation for Installations: Gallery 11/07/95

EMA Associate Partner Gallery 11/07/95 from Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) invites and proposes all interested museums, cultural institutions to mark the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide. The Gallery 11/07/95 proposes an artistic intervention, which would consist of installing/exposing artwork “1945 -1995-2020” made by Bosnian photographer Tarik Samarah. The purpose of the installation would be to commemorate these two events ...

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SoPHIA – Athens Virtual Workshop

SoPHIA, The Athens Virtual Workshop:“Towards a Holistic Heritage Impact Assessment Model” Surfing the waves of the pandemic, SoPHIA – Social Platform for Holistic Heritage Impact Assessment – held a first workshop online last June 25 and July 2 with its newly formed community of practice. The aim was to present the initial findings of the project, assess and exchange knowledges ...

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EMA NEWSLETTER – SUMMER ISSUE 2020

EMA National Reports

A WORD FROM THE BOARD Museums all over Europe are entering the summer months with Corona fears clouding the prospects of visitor numbers. At the same time museums have implemented all kinds of measures to keep the risk of virus spread to a minimum. The European Museum Academy feels it will be a terrible loss if the potential of knowledge-based ...

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Removing Statues As a Natural Need to Re-write History

This month’s article is written by Henrik Zipsane, Sweden (EMA Director). He was CEO of the Jamtli Foundation (a museum and heritage organization in central Sweden 2001-2019, and senior researcher at The Nordic Centre of Heritage Learning & Creativity since 2005 — an R&D organization for learning through heritage engagement, and the director of the European Museum Academy since January ...

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How to Submit an Article

EMA welcomes article submissions to published on our website on topics related to museums, cultural heritage and its sites, museum communication, digital heritage and etc. Title and author’s name;up to 1500 words; a picture and short bio of the author; in Word format Please keep in mind that the EMA publishes two articles of the same author in the same ...

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Important Notice: 2020 EMA Awards

We confirm that the 2020 EMA Awards and the 2020 Children in Museums Award have been cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Existing candidates for both Awards will be transferred automatically to the 2021 Awards without further charge. With kind regards European Museum Academy

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NEWSLETTER – EXTRA ISSUE – 2020

EMA National Reports

A WORD FROM THE BOARD 07/05/2020 Dear colleagues and friends, Despite initial cautious approaches to easing lockdown all over Europe, the impact of Covid-19 has caused too many imponderables that simply make it impossible to carry out the 2020 EMA Awards with all the jury work involved. Hence, the Board of the European Museum Academy decided yesterday to postpone the ...

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Renaissance Thoughts for The Empty Museum

This month’s article is written by Sandro Debono. Sandro Debono (b. 1970) is a museum thinker and culture strategist. He is the brains behind MUŻA – The Malta National Community Art Museum which he spearheaded and for which he developed the origional guiding vision. He is culture advisor to the President of the Republic of Malta, the national representative at ...

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EMA NEWSLETTER – SPRING ISSUE 2020

EMA National Reports

A WORD FROM THE BOARD In COVID-19 times museums are suffering as they have to close their doors to their guests. But the people are suffering even more as they cannot have the physical experience of art and heritage. In scarce times creativity thrives! Fortunately, many museums are finding interesting ways to reach their audiences anyway. Our colleagues at NEMO ...

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