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How did European museums do in 2019? An Analytical Summary

EMA National Reports

As the world is going through the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the museums in Europe and all over the world are closed. However, museums explore new ways to keep in touch with their visitors. We presume, this same report for the year 2020 will be either very interesting or dull for the first 6 months of 2020. While we fulfill ...

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The European Museum Academy Master Study of the Year Award

The European Museum Academy has launched a new award and invites students on master level programmes to participate in our efforts to stimulate further development of the museum sector in Europe. Please read the invitation letter below and send your paper to EMA director Henrik Zipsane at director@europeanmuseumacademy.eu 200206-Master-thesis-competition-letterDownload

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Cultural Domain Policy Report – SoPHIA

SoPHIA – Social Platform for Holistic Heritage Impact Assessment. SoPHIA seeks to propose a holistic impact assessment model for historical, environmental and cultural heritage sites in Europe. With the term holistic it understands that the economic, social, environmental and cultural dimensions necessary to any intervention on heritage must be addressed comprehensively. For this purpose, the social platform will bring together ...

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H2020 – SoPHIA

SoPHIA – Social Platform for Holistic Heritage Impact Assessment (2020-2021) February 2020 – Seven European partners join forces with the European Union to propose a holistic impact assessment model for historical, environmental and cultural heritage sites in Europe. With the term holistic it understands that the economic, social, environmental and cultural dimensions necessary to any intervention on heritage must be ...

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2020 EMA Work Plan

The European Museum Academy now has a plan in place to help highlight its key priority areas and achieve its plans for 2020. 200122-EMA-WORK-PLAN-2020Download

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Call for Contributions: European Museum Advisers Conference

https://www.emac2020.at/ EMAC is a biennial meeting of an independent, informal, open group of people and institutions being dedicated to the support, advice and development of museums and similar institutions. date: 06-10.June.2020location: Admont with its museums and the worlds largest historical monastery library,Oberösterreichische Eisenstraße –  Steyr and Trattenbach – , Schloss Trautenfels and Salzkammergut in the very heart of Austria andthe Universalmuseum Joanneum in Graz.contribute – according to the good EMAC-tradition. Find ...

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EMA 2019 ANNUAL REPORT

Hello 2020! Let’s toast to new beginnings and the new decade! When we look back on the past year, we started new initiatives, joined new projects, and more importantly we celebrated our 10 year anniversary at the 10th EMA Conference and Award Ceremony in Ljubljana, Slovenia. One of the new initiatives we launched is the new Award Scheme to highlight ...

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EMA and FSK

Here is a video from our now Scientific Director since 2019 and 2009-2018 EMA Director Massimo Negri explaining the long-standing partnership between the European Museum Academy and the Forum of Slavic Cultures.

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Article: 10 years of EMA through 10 years of Luigi Micheletti Award. And beyond…

René Capovin

This month’s article is from René Capovin and tells us the past decade of EMA through the Micheletti Foundation. René Capovin has a degree and PhD in Philosophy, Master in Museology. Since 2008 he is a researcher at the Luigi Micheletti Foundation, a study center on contemporary history, and is head of Project Office of the musil – Museum of ...

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#MuseumsforFuture

foto: https://museumsforfuture.org/ Museums-for-Future-10actions-2019Download We are following up the #MuseumsforFuture launch at NEMO’s European Museum Conference in Tartu. #MuseumsforFuture aims at building a global movement of museum professionals for a sustainable future. Please join if you haven’t already: museumsforfuture.org. Thanks a lot you if you already shared the initiative on social media etc, and if you have shared it with colleagues and friends. With ...

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