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EMA Awards 2022 – Ceremony in Esch2022: Programme and Registration Form

We are happy to announce that after two years of remote, online gatherings, we finally will meet in person for the EMA Meeting in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg on 8 - 11 September 2022 (Thursday and Sunday). Click and download the programme and the registration form.

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Call for Applications: Master Study of the Year Award 2022

For the third year The European Museum Academy invites students on master level programmes to participate in our efforts to stimulate further development of the museum sector in Europe. Each of the 50+ European Universities - of which you are one - may contribute with one master paper in English, French, or German, from which a panel of judges from the European Museum Academy pool of experts will select The European Museum Academy Master Study of the Year. The overall criteria for assessing the master studies is the extent of European relevance and inspiration.

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Obituary: François-Xavier Nève de Mévergnies (1946-2022)

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our colleague François-Xavier Nève de Mévergnies in April. He was a teacher of linguistics, phonetics and phonology at the University of Liège, and a prolific author, with books on subjects ranging from La puissance militaire soviétique to more than 50 books for children.

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Novi Sad Citizens Choose

The Gallery of Matica Srpska in Novi Sad decided to open its collection and offer it to fellow citizens through works of art – in the space of our Gallery they tell the story of themselves and their city. The exhibition tells a story of Novi Sad citizens about their life, childhood and desires reflected through selected works from the Gallery art depot and shows that the museum is a place for everyone, and that the Gallery and its collection, seen through the eyes of citizens, can be one of the possible representations of fine arts in the contemporary world.

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Read more about the article A special visit to the National Museum of Romanian Literature in Bucharest
Muzeul Național al Literaturii Române, str. Nicolae Crețulescu, nr. 8 vineri, 17 iunie 2022, ora 10.30 Întâlnire DASA cu manageri muzee Massimo Negri, director științific și membru al Consiliului European al Fundației Academiei Muzeelor ​​Europene - Massimo Negri este în prezent director al Academiei Muzeelor ​​Europene, o fundație olandeză specializată în cercetarea inovației muzeale în Europa prof.univ. dr. Cristescu Ioan, manager general al Muzeul Național al Literaturii Române dr. Virgil Stefan Nițulescu, Manager Muzeul Național al Tăranului Român Gabriela Toma Radu Băieșu Gabriela Mareș Andreea Drăghicescu

A special visit to the National Museum of Romanian Literature in Bucharest

A special visit to the National Museum of  Romanian Literature in Bucharest The National Museum of Romanian Literature in Bucharest won the 2021 DASA Award.  The director, Professor Ioan Cristescu, invited EMA to visit the museum and have a meeting with local directors as well discussing possible areas of cooperation for the future. Our President, Andreja Rihter and our Scientific…

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Book: Museology and Its Theory by Jan Dolak

advance, a partial theoretical loosening may be observed. It is therefore necessary to explore where it got with its methods, methodology, and its theoretical foundation...

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Iron Island: The SS Great Britain Refloated

Iron Island: The SS Great Britain Refloated An article by Tim Bryan, Director of the Brunel Institute, SS Great Britain, Bristol The summer of 2020 should have been a time of celebration for the SS Great Britain Trust in Bristol, marking the 50th anniversary of the Victorian steamship’s return to the city where it was built. Of course, the global pandemic…

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