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The Senior Citizens Heritage Learning Initiative

Henrik Zipsane

This paper, by Henrik Zipsane, is a continuation of the cultural policy and literacy collaboration with PASCAL . Henrik Zipsane is CEO of the Jamtli Foundation (a large museum and heritage organization in central Sweden since 2001 (www.jamtli.com), and senior researcher at The Nordic Centre of Heritage Learning & Creativity since 2005 (www.nckultur.org) — an R&D organization for learning through ...

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Media coverage of the Micheletti Award Winner: Chaplin’s World

The Micheletti Award Winner Chaplin’s World made a tremendous impact in the media and widely covered by various  platforms, some of which are randomly selected from several websites to create the collage of news pieces. This prize awarded by the Luigi Micheletti Foundation is presented annually to an innovative museum on recent history. The news pieces underlined the jury’s quote: ...

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Workshop: Cultural Policy and Cultural Literacy Development

EMA and PASCAL Observatory arranged a joint-seminar for museum professionals and researchers. The plan is to continue the joint work on cultural policy and cultural literacy development the coming year. The discussions need input from both practitioners and researchers and are conducted as a collaboration between European Museum Academy http://europeanmuseumacademy.eu/ and Pascal Observatory http://pascalobservatory.org/. Please make a note that on 6-7 February 2019 we continue ...

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2018 EMA Awards’ Winners Revealed

After a long and serious visits and discussions that took place in last spring, EMA Awards (the Micheletti and DASA Awards) met their winners yesterday at a lively and lovely ceremony at Den Gamle By, Aarhus, Denmark. The winner of the Micheletti Award is CHAPLIN’S WORLD BY GREVIN, Corsier-sur-Vevey, Switzerland The winner of the DASA Award is SMAC Staatliches Museum ...

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Conference: The Art of Attraction Audience Development for Museums

The art of attraction – Audience development for museums A joint conference of the European Museum Academy and the Bavarian Museum Academy   Date: October 22, 10.00 a.m. – 23. October 2018, 4.00 p.m. What would museums do without visitors? Today museums recognise and relish their duty to be truly relevant for a diverse audience. Many museums strive to increase ...

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Public Vote for the 2018 Museums in Short

Forty-nine museums participated to the 5th edition of Museums in Short. The Winners of each category will be decided by the members of the Jury, but… you can have your say by voting for your favourite among the 12 finalists.  Just follow the link here  and click on “vote for this video”. You can only vote for one but hey ...

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EMA Newsletter – Summer 2018

Ema Newsletter

We are excited that our annual ‘EMA Conference and Award Ceremony’ is approaching. It will take place in Aarhus, Denmark 20-23 September 2018. Registration info for the Conference can be found on the EMA website. In addition to previous years, this year we will have workshops on different topics with valuable contributions from our Associate Partners: NEMO, PASCAL and the ...

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The end of an era: Danièle Wagener retires

Danièle Wagener, Director of the 2 Musées de la Ville de Luxembourg, will retire on 1 September 2018. Holding a degree in art history and archaeology from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and a Master of Arts from Columbia University, New York, she joined the Luxembourg City administration in 1986 as curator of Villa Vauban, the city’s art museum, ...

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The Royal British Columbia Museum Repatriation Grant

The Royal BC Museum’s work supporting repatriation from museums across the world to Indigenous communities is an institutional priority, particularly given the museum’s extensive First Nations collections and long history of partnering with Indigenous communities in British Columbia. For the Royal BC Museum, facilitating repatriation requests is a matter of ethical integrity and deep-rooted cultural respect; for decades the museum ...

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