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Participating in the European Museum Academy awards, such as the Micheletti Award, the Art Museum Award and the DASA Award, increases your museum’s visibility and networking opportunities. The new round of submissions, reviewed by qualified judges is now open. You can apply until 15 April 2023.
EMA, a dynamic and forward-looking organisation to stimulate innovative thinking in European museums, publishes details of its current activities in an occasional Newsletter. Its Press Releases will continue to focus on individual announcements and events. Read more on awards, activities, publications, and events.
The Archipelago Museum in Denmark, a 2022 Luigi Micheletti Award nominee, went through a transformation. Director Peter Thor Andersen tells how a typical local museum has changed into a new museum concept.
EDUCATION IN MUSEUMS & HERITAGE This is a uniquely innovative and multidisciplinary programme that equips the next generation of museum and heritage professionals with the ability to engage with the various contexts (cultural, economic, political) that they will encounter and which are needed for the 21st century. The programme includes
Attitudes towards museum education and museum educators have evolved over recent years, with both now central to the development of policies, practices, and research for successful engagement. Museum Education is now a field of study in its own right, rather than a strand of Museum Studies.
EMA Director, Dr. Henrik Zipsane, presented this paper at the Association of European Open Air Museums Conference in September. He tells us how open air museums are efficient places for implementing sustainable development goals, by taking possible obstacles into consideration.
Tonight, the winners of three different Awards by the European Museum Academy (EMA) were announced: the Luigi Micheletti Award 2022, the DASA Award 2022 and the Art Museum Award 2022. The Awards ceremony took place at MUDAM-Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg, following the annual EMA conference, which was held
The Women Writers Route has been certified by the European Institute for Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe. The Women Writers Route is the first of the 48 Council of Europe Cultural Routes to be based in Slovenia.
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
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
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