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The Virtual Museum – Lem Report | 2011 Kenneth Hudson Seminar

The Virtual Museum Report by The Learning Museum Network Project
Edited by Ann Nicholls, Manuela Pereira and Margherita Sani

The experts of the European Museum Academy have a long tradition in tracing and meeting new trends in the European museum scene. Since 1996 they have been involved in workshops and/or seminars dealing with subjects and themes like: ‘Museums as crossroads: meeting other cultures’ (2002), ‘Lifelong learning in European Museums’ (2004), ‘Volunteers in Cultural Heritage and Museums: promoting active citizenship’ (2007) and more recently, ‘Collections: valuables or burdens?’ (2009) and ‘European museums and the global economic crisis: impact, problems, reactions’ (2010).

All of these activities took place in Italy – in Bologna, Cortona, Parma, Prato or Bertinoro – and mostly in cooperation with the Istituto Beni Culturali (IBC) of the Regione Emilia-Romagna. The 2011 edition of the Kenneth Hudson Seminar was organised within the frame of LEM (the Learning Museum); a European project funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme Grundtvig 2010-2013. The subject was ‘The Virtual Museum’…

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