NEMO and the Netherlands Museums Association join forces to publish a report on the benefits of cooperation within the museum sector
News, NEMO activities, Learning, Urban Development | 03.02.2014

The english-language report “Tried-and-Tested Partnerships” explores successful examples of cooperation and new initiatives within the Dutch museum sector.

Particularly within an era of decreased funding and increased public scrutiny, it is important that museums continue to create and deliver successful and exciting museum experiences to the public, while simultaneously demonstrating what they are achieving for the common good. The report highlights that one important way to do this is through cooperation – through partnerships – between museums, but also between museums and organisations outside the museum or cultural sectors. 

NEMO and the Netherlands Museums Association decided to translate this report in order to make it available to museums and museum professionals throughout Europe, believing that the experiences of the Dutch museum sector can offer crucial insights and assistance to the larger European museum community. The Chairman of NEMO and Director of the Netherlands Museums Association, Siebe Weide, hopes that the report will “inspire and motivate colleagues all over Europe who are striving to maintain their high-quality work and to keep their cultural heritage accessible in their countries”.

For the Web-PDF version, click here.

For the printable version, click here.