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NEWSLETTER – SPRING ISSUE – 2021

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A WORD FROM THE BOARD The pandemic continues to challenge museums. Even when governments reopen cultural institutions slowly as the numbers of vaccinations rise, museums need to manage how guests can use their visits. Museums like to facilitate good experiences but for most museums it is a new challenge to avoid too many people crowding into small spaces. The European ...

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MOI! -Open stakeholder forum for Nordic museum professionals

INVITATION 10th of May 2021 10:30 – 16:45 (all times in CET)   ONLINE EVENT (Zoom) MOI! Museums of Impact is a European cooperation project that aims to develop a self-evaluation framework for museums, with a people-and impact-oriented perspective. The framework helps museums to critically evaluate their operations, and to develop their capacity to meet the demands of a changing society. The project aims ...

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EMA NEWSLETTER – WINTER ISSUE 2021

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A WORD FROM THE BOARD The COVID-19 pandemic made 2020 a game changer for museums as you can read in the annual European museum report mentioned below. It also made the year a strange one for the European Museum Academy. A number of awards had to be cancelled during the year as our judges could not visit the nominated museums ...

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EMA NEWSLETTER – AUTUMN ISSUE 2020

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A WORD FROM THE BOARD 2020 will be remembered by many if not all as the year of the pandemic. That goes for museums across Europe and the European Museum Academy as well. Travel restrictions and safety precautions made it imperative to cancel the visits to museums by our judges and therefore it has not been possible to work with ...

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EMA NEWSLETTER – SUMMER ISSUE 2020

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A WORD FROM THE BOARD Museums all over Europe are entering the summer months with Corona fears clouding the prospects of visitor numbers. At the same time museums have implemented all kinds of measures to keep the risk of virus spread to a minimum. The European Museum Academy feels it will be a terrible loss if the potential of knowledge-based ...

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NEWSLETTER – EXTRA ISSUE – 2020

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A WORD FROM THE BOARD 07/05/2020 Dear colleagues and friends, Despite initial cautious approaches to easing lockdown all over Europe, the impact of Covid-19 has caused too many imponderables that simply make it impossible to carry out the 2020 EMA Awards with all the jury work involved. Hence, the Board of the European Museum Academy decided yesterday to postpone the ...

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Renaissance Thoughts for The Empty Museum

This month’s article is written by Sandro Debono. Sandro Debono (b. 1970) is a museum thinker and culture strategist. He is the brains behind MUŻA – The Malta National Community Art Museum which he spearheaded and for which he developed the origional guiding vision. He is culture advisor to the President of the Republic of Malta, the national representative at ...

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EMA NEWSLETTER – SPRING ISSUE 2020

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A WORD FROM THE BOARD In COVID-19 times museums are suffering as they have to close their doors to their guests. But the people are suffering even more as they cannot have the physical experience of art and heritage. In scarce times creativity thrives! Fortunately, many museums are finding interesting ways to reach their audiences anyway. Our colleagues at NEMO ...

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Museum Communication with Virtuality & Museum Communication in Virtuality

This month’s article is written by Daria Hookk. Her childhood dream is to become “space cyber mechanic” led her to go to the Department of Cybernetics in the Saint Petersburg, Polytechnical University. She is started in 1991 as a programmer with a master’s degree in engineering, resulted in PhD degree in Math Linguistics. Considering The Hermitage is a planet in the ...

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How did European museums do in 2019? An Analytical Summary

EMA National Reports

As the world is going through the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the museums in Europe and all over the world are closed. However, museums explore new ways to keep in touch with their visitors. We presume, this same report for the year 2020 will be either very interesting or dull for the first 6 months of 2020. While we fulfill ...

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