NEMO Working Group LEM - The Learning Museum

The LEM Working Group continues the work of the LEM - The Learning Museum Network, an EU-funded project from 2010-2013. The group continues to explore topics around the fields of museum education, audience development, intercultural dialogue and lifelong learning.

Through various study visits to different museums in Europe, the group will learn and research on specific subjects as well as encourage the exchange of information among museum professionals in Europe. 

The activities of the working group result in reports about museum specific topics:

  • NEMO LEM Working Group (2015): Study Learning in Museums and Young People.
    It focuses on museums informal and non-formal learning opportunities for teens (young people or young adults aged 14-25).


  • 7-9 September 2017 // Riga, Latvia
    Working Group Meeting and Study visit
  • 11 November 2017 // Ghent, Belgium
    Working Group Meeting and study visit, as part of NEMO's 25th Annual Conference
  • April 2016
    Participation in Horizon 2020 Call "CULT-GAME - Game-based approaches for citizens' cultural participation"
  • 27 August 2016 // Tallinn, Estonia
    Symposium "Museum as Toolbox"
  • 6-7 October 2016 // Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Study visit to the Balkan Museum Network: National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Historical Museum, Jewish Museum and Svrzo's House (part of the Museum of Sarajevo), Museum of the Old Orthodox Church in Sarajevo and the Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque (Report)
  • 12 November 2016 // Karlsruhe, Germany
    Working Group Meeting and study visit to ZKM Karlsruhe and workshop with Veronica Sekules, director of GroundWork Gallery, as part of NEMO's Annual Conference.

Please note that only the recent activities of the Working Group are displayed on this page. For more information about past activities prior to 2016, please have a look at the Working Group's Archive!


If you are interested in joining the Working Group or if you want to learn more about the group's work, please contact