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
Wellbeing for cities and regions: Survey by the Carnegie UK Trust News, Projects & Calls, Museums as Social Agents
23.11.2016 | "Wellbeing provides a way for decision-makers to better understand the potential impact of their work on citizens" - with this belief in mind the Carnegie UK Trust is carying out a study on the use of wellbeing in policy and...
TRACES Project: Call for Papers News, Projects & Calls, Intercultural Dialogue, Museums as Social Agents
16.11.2016 | The TRACES Project - Transmitting Contentious Cultural Heritages with the Arts: From Intervention to Co-Production - investigates the challenges and opportunities raised when transmitting complex pasts and the role of difficult...
Look back at NEMO's 24th Annual Conference News, NEMO activities, Museum Management, EU Culture Policy, Museums as Social Agents
16.11.2016 | From 10-12 November 2016 Karlsruhe, Germany was home to NEMO's 24th Annual Conference "Money Matters: The Economic Value of Museums" with 33 speakers and participants from 36 countries. The conference proceedings will be...
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