Press Release: The Winner of the 2021 Master Study of the Year Award Revealed

In 2021 for the second time the European Museum Academy invited students on master level programmes to participate in our efforts to stimulate further development of the museum sector in Europe. We congratulate Anastasia Serikova from the St. Petersburg State Institute of Culture as the winner in the competition for the European Museum Academy Master Study of the Year 2021 Award.

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Press Release: MOI! tests its social impact self-evaluation tool in pilot phase

The European co-operation project “MOI! Museums of Impact” is ready to pilot its self-evaluation framework in selected museums to test the framework’s usability. The framework is intended as a development tool for museums that want to evaluate and then develop their activities and organisation with the aim of increasing their societal impact.

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Project DOORS Open Call for small and medium-size museums

Project DOORS invites small and medium-size museums across Europe to submit digital pilot proposals for a two-stage incubation programme. The deadline for application submission is 13.02.2022, 23:59 CET.

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SoPHIA Horizon Project on Culture & Heritage Impact Assessment completes in Rome

The SoPHIA project had its final conference at Roma Tre University in Rome 17-18 December 21. The EU funded project was funded under the Horizon 2020 programme for 24 months and focused on issue of how to understand and assess impact of various interventions on cultural heritage.

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Call for Applications: 2022 CMA Award

The Children in Museums was established in 2011 by the European Museum Academy and Hands On! International Association of Children in Museums. It recognises excellence and innovation in programmes and exhibits designed for children up to the age of 14 years. The Award is judged by a panel of experts and are looking especially for museums, exhibitions, programmes and museum environments that show [...] The closing date for applications is 1 April 2022.

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Children in Museums Award 2020-21

On Friday, November 12, 2021 in an online ceremony during the Hands On! Conference in Vienna the results of the 2021 Children in Museums Award were announced. The judges were delighted to give the Award to the Dutch Open Air Museum’s Restart programme.

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The Winners revealed: the 2020 Master Study of the Year Award

Announcement from the European Museum Academy  In 2020 for the first time The European Museum Academy invited students on master level  programmes to participate in our efforts to stimulate further development of the museum sector in  Europe. Each of the 75+ European Universities were invited to contribute with one master paper in  English, from which a panel of judges from…

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News From FSK

Živa Award Is Alive – Soon in the European Capital of CultureThe international foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures is getting ready for the 7th award ceremony for Živa Award for the best Slavic museum and heritage site. The award ceremony with international conference will take place in Belgrade and Novi Sad, at the time when the latter hosts the opening…

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LAM Museum’s Viewphone Heads to Australia

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) in Sydney is adopting the Viewphone concept from the Dutch LAM museum. The Viewphone, offers one-to-one phone calls with museum staff.

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Increasing Future Awareness Through The SoPHIA Model

Can we develop the SoPHIA model on cultural heritage impact assessment to make cultural heritage management become better at anticipating changing needs and benefits of heritage, so that they can inform decisions made today for the future? This is a question that the Center for Applied Heritage at Linnaeus University will investigate together with the Nordic Centre of Heritage Learning…

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