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2019 EMA Awards: Press Release

At a colourful ceremony held in Ljubljana Castle, Ljubljana, Slovenia, the results of the 2019 Micheletti Award and the DASA Award were announced. THE MICHELETTI AWARD was presented to ASTRA NATIONAL MUSEUM COMPLEX, SIBIU, ROMANIA. THE DASA AWARD this year goes to THE WORKERS’ MUSEUM, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK. Press-Release-2019-European-Museum-Academy-AwardsDownload

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EMA Awards Ceremony 2019

We are very excited as the 2019 EMA Awards Ceremony is going to take place NEXT WEEK 19-21 September in Ljubljana, Slovenia. This year is special because we will also celebrate the 10th Anniversary of EMA’s foundation. The rich conference also hosts New Multimedia competition Heritage in Motion Award Ceremony on 20 September. The registration form can be found here; ...

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Article: The Rise and Development of Interactive Museum Exhibitions in Thailand (2000-2019)

This month’s article is from Dr. ShawHong Ser and focuses on interactive museum exhibitions in Thailand. Dr. ShawHong SER is currently an Associate Professor in De Institute of Creative Arts and Design, UCSI University (Malaysia). He received a D.B.A. in Design Management from UITM (Poland), M.A. in Museology – New Media and Museum Communication from IULM (Italy), M.A. in Cultural ...

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Article: The Need for the European Museum Academy in the 21st Century

Henrik Zipsane

An interesting piece from the EMA Director Dr. Henrik Zipsane about what the European Museum Academy has been doing and will do in the future; why it is necessary for the museum sector. Please enjoy the reading! EMA-10-YEARS-PUBLICATION_HENRIKZIPSANEDownload

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2019 EMA Awards, Ljubljana 19-21 September

Here is a brief look at the Awards, registration information, tips on where to stay and exciting highlights. Check out the pdf document below! EMA-Awards-2019_InvitationDownload

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How did European museums do in 2018? An Analytical Summary

190620-HOW-WAS-THE-MUSEUMS-IN-EUROPE-DOING-2018Download The national reports are produced by our network of representatives of the EMA and is a good suplement to the statistic collected by other bodies – national and European. Our reports highligt how politics and economics influence the perceived situation seen from buttom up. The reports also include trend mapping in museological development. A short analytical summary is written by ...

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2019 Children in Museums Award – Short-listed museums

We are happy to announce and congratulate the 2019 nominees. 2019 CHILDREN IN MUSEUMS AWARD SHORT-LIST Canada: Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton Denmark: Den Gamle By, Aarhus Italy: M-Children, Venezia Mestre Mexico: Museo Universitario Arte contemporáneo (MUAC), Mexico City Netherlands: Nationaal Archief, The Hague Poland: POLIN Museum of History of Polish Jews, Warsaw Senegal: KerImagiNation, Dakar Join the award ceremony at ...

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NEMO Call for Papers: Museums 2030

The Network of European Museum Organisations, NEMO, is dedicating its 27th European Museum Conference to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, specifically on how museums contribute to the sustainable development of cities and communities and how they – as strong institutions, can support peace and justice in a more imbalanced world. NEMO wants to showcase how museums already are contributing, and ...

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Article of the Month: Museum Activism – The Book

This month’s article is from Robert R. Janes and Richard Sandell and their latest book on Museum Activism. “The global museum community, a sleeping giant if ever there was one, is stirring from its slumber. It is a powerful community, indeed, but one whose latent power has been largely consumed by a preoccupation with education, entertainment and consumption. This preoccupation ...

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Museums must confront the big issues

Tristram Hunt, the director of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London © 2017 Getty Images Have a pleasant reading! TristramHunt_TheArtNewspaper_Museums must confront the big issuesDownload The article was first published by the Art Newspaper, 20 December 2018.

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