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Newsletter 05/2015

NEMO published "Museums' 4 Values - Values 4 Museums" at the beginning of this month. In the publication four core values museums preserve and disseminate on behalf of society are presented and illustrated through 22 examples from 22 European countries. One of these examples is featured on NEMO's website each Tuesday. Also NEMO would like to ask you to participate in the survey on the most important issues and concerns museums face with copyrights. Please refer here for further information. Thank you in advance for your help and thank you to everyone who participated and shared the survey so far!


NEMO publishes "Museums' 4 Values - Values 4 Museums"!

NEMO is delighted to announce its publication of "Museums' 4 Values - Values 4 Museums"!
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Self Assesment Survey for European Cultural Networks on Communication Systems available

Together with 9 other European cultural networks NEMO commissioned a self assessment survey on the networks' communication systems.
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NEMO survey on Copyright and Museums

Copyright and the related rights have a very important impact on various aspects of museum activities. 2015 may very well become an important year for the application of copyright in the museum. NEMO has launched a survey to give...
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'Long Live Arts' - European Conference

From 20-22 May 2015 "Long Live Arts" an international conference on the cultural participation by older people will take place in The Hague.
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Winners of the Heritage in Motion Awards 2015 announced

During the annual conference of the Europen Museum Academy, the winners of the second Heritage in Motion Awards were announced.
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EMYA 2015 Conference in Glasgow

The programme for the EMYA 2015 Conference is now available. David Vuillaume - Chair of NEMO - is set to speak on Saturday 16 May.
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20.05 - 22.05.2015, The Hague, The Netherlands

Long Live Arts - International Conference on Cultural Participation by Older People
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29.05 - 29.05.2015, Hamburg, Germany

NEMO - LEM study visit in Hamburg
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31.05 - 02.06.2015, Berlin, Germany

We Are Museums
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21.06 - 23.06.2015, Hannover, Germany

Museums of Cultures, Wereldmuseum, Värdskulturmuseet... What else? Positioning Ethnological Museums in the 21st Century.
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26.06 - 27.06.2015, Bonn, Germany

International NGO Conference: UNESCO World Heritage and the Role of Civil Society
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27.06 - 30.06.2015, Limerick, Ireland

7th International Conference on "Communities and Technologies"
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News from our Members

Another way to use the tools of RE-ORG methodology for an ethnological collection

The methodology for reorganizing storage (RE-ORG) is going to be applied at the Montebelluna Museum of Natural History and Archaeology, IT on an ethnological collection recently donated to the City of Montebelluna by a private citizen.
According to RE-ORG tools and guidance, developed by ICCROM and UNESCO, the museum will manage the reorganization of this new collection, in terms of documentation and storage. In a few months a new case study will be offered by this practical application of RE-ORG to the Zamprogno ethnological collection (by the name of the donor).

Hungarian Museum Association elects Board and Commission members

The 2015 Annual Conference of the Pulszky Society - Hungarian Museum Association was held on 24 April in Budapest. The Board (21 members), the Control and the Ethical Commissions (3-3 members) were elected. On 6 May the Board elected the president (Péter Deme), the acting president (Csilla Csorba), the general secretary (Noémi Népessy) and the four vice presidents for four years.

The 20th Museum Weekend in Budapest

The Museum Weekend is organised by the Hungarian National Museum with the financial aid of the National Cultural Fund of Hungary and will take place from 16  to 17 May, in close connection with International Museum Day. On Saturday afternoon "The Museum of the Year" and "The Exhibition of the Year" winners will be announced.

7th Night of Museums in Estonia

On 16 May Estonian museums are celebrating the 7th Night of Museums. The event will take place under the motto "Music in the Night". Last year, 84.000 people found their way to a museum during museum night - a fantastic result for a country of 1.3 million. The Night of Museums is organised by the Estonian Museum Association.

Sybilla Museum Event of the Year Award 2014

Sybilla 2014 organized by NIMOZ (National Institute for Museums and Public Collections) was held for the 35th time this year. The Award Ceremony took place during the first Polish Museums Congress and was hosted by Grand Theatre in Lódz. This year the GRAND PRIX went to the National Museum in Warsaw. The full list of winners and honored museums is available on the Sybilla website.

Events at MoTA - Museum of Transitory Art

Helios & Hess are two Bernese noise-veterans called "Von Wurstfinger and Strotter Inst.". Their atmospheric noise-scapes haunt the light and the bright side of the human existence since their debut album Mme Demeuron which was released in 2002. On 21 May 2015 at 20.30 they will give a sound performance at MoTA Point, Gosposvetska cesta 12 in Ljubljana, SI.
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A DIY workshop aimed at children 8+ with Dutch mentor Dewi de Vree will take place on 31 May 2015 from 12-15 at MoTA Point. Participants will learn how to transform a graphite pencil into an electronic instrument and play with it. This event takes place in collaboration with Ljudmila, Zavod projekt Atol and Forum Ljubljana.
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