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Report: Project Museums of Impact! – Stakeholder Forum Berlin

© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Institut für Museumsforschung / Steffen Backhaus MOI! Museums of Impact is a three-year EU project dedicated to developing a self-evaluation framework for museums. The framework is meant to be used by museums as a tool to evaluate their practices and organisation – with the impact on society in mind. Using the tool will help museums ...

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Groundwork event: UN World Wildlife Day

Volucella-zonariaPhoto by Arno van Berge Henegouwen Groundwork will host an on-line event on last year’s exhibition topic, Bugs Beauty and Danger, which was affected by the pandemic. The event is a timely and important on-line discussion, which will take place on March 3rd, from 16.00 – 17.30 GMT, and will be about the art and science of bugs.  Among the speakers ...

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EMYA Book Launch: Revisiting Museums of Influence

The European Museum Forum (EMF) has published a new book and will host an online event on 18 March 2021 at 15:00 CET. Titled: Revisiting Museums of Influence. Four Decades of Innovation and Public Quality in European Museums, the book “presents 50 portraits of a range of European museums that have made striking innovations in public quality over the past ...

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Museums of Impact

On Monday 22nd February 2021 will take place the second Stakeholder Forum of the project MOI! Museums of Impact, supported by the European Union through the Creative Europe program. The event, entirely online, is dedicated to the italian museums community and is organized by BAM! Strategie Culturali in partnership with Bologna Museums Institution of the Municipality of Bologna and the ...

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Article: The Challenge of Live Access and Distance Experiences in Museums

The COVID19 pandemic has changed the way of being of most organizations, museums included. Due to the closure to visitors, cultural organizations were particularly compelled to reinvent their role in society using web resources and digitized materials that were already available. This also meant changing radically and quickly their way of working with and for a variety of audiences. This ...

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Call for Contributions: European Museum Advisers Conference

https://www.emac2020.at/ EMAC is a biennial meeting of an independent, informal, open group of people and institutions being dedicated to the support, advice and development of museums and similar institutions. date: 06-10.June.2020location: Admont with its museums and the worlds largest historical monastery library,Oberösterreichische Eisenstraße –  Steyr and Trattenbach – , Schloss Trautenfels and Salzkammergut in the very heart of Austria andthe Universalmuseum Joanneum in Graz.contribute – according to the good EMAC-tradition. Find ...

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EMA Awards Ceremony 2019

EMA National Reports

We are very excited as the 2019 EMA Awards Ceremony is going to take place NEXT WEEK 19-21 September in Ljubljana, Slovenia. This year is special because we will also celebrate the 10th Anniversary of EMA’s foundation. The rich conference also hosts New Multimedia competition Heritage in Motion Award Ceremony on 20 September. The registration form can be found here; ...

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Article: The Need for the European Museum Academy in the 21st Century

Henrik Zipsane

An interesting piece from the EMA Director Dr. Henrik Zipsane about what the European Museum Academy has been doing and will do in the future; why it is necessary for the museum sector. Please enjoy the reading! EMA-10-YEARS-PUBLICATION_HENRIKZIPSANEDownload

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Article of the Month: Museum Activism – The Book

This month’s article is from Robert R. Janes and Richard Sandell and their latest book on Museum Activism. “The global museum community, a sleeping giant if ever there was one, is stirring from its slumber. It is a powerful community, indeed, but one whose latent power has been largely consumed by a preoccupation with education, entertainment and consumption. This preoccupation ...

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