Museums as Social Agents
Museums can change people's lives. They contribute to cohesive communities and reflect the history and identity of all citizens. In turn, museums live and develop by the skills and the creativity of their public and they must show their value to society.
One of the major tasks of museums is the development of their audiences, be it the reaching out for new groups underrepresented in museums or the creative engagement with visitors in and outside the museum.
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Recent News in Museums as Social Agents
NEMO has been Invited as Expert Speakers at the European Summit Conference: Endangered Heritage/ Endangered Values News, NEMO activities, Museums as Social Agents, Intercultural Dialogue
14.06.2018 | One member of the NEMO executive board has been invited as an expert speaker at the Endangered Heritage/ Endangered Values panel debate, which is organised within the framework of the European Cultural Heritage Summit: Sharing...
It is Time to Open up the Museum for Everyone News, Museums as Social Agents, Museum Management, Audience Development
12.06.2018 | On 8 June 2018, the British Museums Association launched the project Open Up: museums for everyone. A guide to support museums to increase the diversity among their visitors has also been released to accompany the initiative.
First Political Internships at Museums on an European level News, NEMO activities, EU Culture Policy, Museums as Social Agents, Advocacy
09.06.2018 | On 25 May 2018, the first instance of NEMO Political Internships at Museums took place. MEP and member of the CULT committee, Julie Ward interned at the Bonnefantenmuseum in Maastricht, The Netherlands.
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