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Article: The Challenge of Live Access and Distance Experiences in Museums

The COVID19 pandemic has changed the way of being of most organizations, museums included. Due to the closure to visitors, cultural organizations were particularly compelled to reinvent their role in society using web resources and digitized materials that were already available. This also meant changing radically and quickly their way of working with and for a variety of audiences. This ...

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Article – Designmuseum Danmark: Why Designmuseum Danmark intends to postpone reopening until late 2021?

The COVID19 pandemic has changed the way of being of most organizations, museums included. Due to the closure to visitors, cultural organizations were particularly compelled to reinvent their role in society using web resources and digitized materials that were already available. This also meant changing radically and quickly their way of working with and for a variety of audiences. This ...

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DEVELOPING EXHIBITIONS

There is a method in this madness Check out our latest European Museum Academy (EMA) publication – by Dirk Houtgraaf & Massimo Negri Developing exhibitions describes an extensive in-depth methodology and practical framework on the development and production of exhibitions. It is a manual, with schemes and systems and a focus on the processes, and on the practice of developing ...

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How to digitise cultural heritage? – Guidelines

The Expert Group on Digital Cultural Heritage and Europeana has been tasked by the member states to contribute to the development of guidelines on 3D cultural heritage assets. The list of basic principles and tips is especially for cultural heritage professionals and institutions, and other custodians of tangible cultural heritage, including local and regional authorities, who are in charge of ...

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Autumn Webinars – Migration

AUTUMN WEBINARS 2020 «Identity on the Line» (I-ON) is a large-scale cooperation project between six cultural history museums and two universities, working together to explore the long-term consequences of different migration processes, forced or voluntary, which took place in Europe over the last 100 years. Through the collection and dissemination of experiences from former migrants and their descendants, summarized and ...

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Pre-conference webinar events: Shaping museum futures

https://www.museumfutures.net/pre-conference-events We would like to share the pre-conference webinar events held by the Department of Arts, Open Communities and Adult Education, University of Malta. Coordinated by Carmel Borg, Sandro Debono and with a special guest – Mike Murawski (change leader and co-creator of the movement #museumsarenotneutral), a lineup of keynote speakers, who are going to present a personal reaction to ...

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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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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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