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
European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 - funding of 8 million Euro secured News, EU Culture Policy, NEMO activities, European funding for museums, Intercultural Dialogue, Cultural Tourism, Museums as Social Agents
27.04.2017 | During a vote on 27 April 2017 the European Parliament decided on proper funding for cultural projects as part of the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage. The EYCH was initiated as part of the European Heritage Alliance 3.3 -...
[Call for Proposals] Intercultural Dialogue and Culture News, European funding for museums, Projects & Calls, Museums as Social Agents, Intercultural Dialogue
19.04.2017 | The European Commission's grant will support charitable organisations and institutions that enhance the understanding and respect for cultural and religious diversity, and those in which culture enables dialogue, social...
Registration for Hands On! Conference opens on 28 April 2017 News, Learning, Cultural Creativity, Museums as Social Agents, Intercultural Dialogue
12.04.2017 | The next Hands On! Conference of the International Association of Children in Museums will be held from 11-14 October 2017 in Pisek, Pilsen and Prague, Czech Republic.
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