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Thursday, 10 November 2016

19.00h           Reception at Badisches Landesmuseum                                                                                     

Friday, 11 November 2016

The conference takes place at Badisches Landesmuseum

10.00-10.25hWelcome - David Vuillaume, Eckart Köhne, Wolfram Jäger and Petra Olschowski
10.25-11.15hHow do museums create value?
hosted by Margherita Sani
Pier Luigi Sacco, Professor of Cultural Economics at IULM University, Milan, visiting               
professor at Harvard University
11.15-11.45Coffee Break
11.45-13.30hLooking Outside: Spill-over effects of museums
hosted by Dragos Neamu
with Eric Philippart, Beatriz Plaza, Kimmo Levä, Christoph Kremer and Richard Naylor
13.30-14.30hLunch Break
14.30-16.15hLooking Inside: Business Models of Museums: What works, what doesn't?
hosted by Siebe Weide
with Björn Stenvers, Jan Merk, Dorota Keller-Zalewska, Sharon Heal and Nick Hoffman
16.15-16.45hCoffee Break

Museum directors without borders
hosted by Sofia Tsilidou
Interview with Paul Spies, Director, Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin, chief curator for the
state of Berlin in the Humboldt Forum Berlin, Germany

19.30h Reception and flying dinner at City Hall Karlsruhe
21.30hOrgan Concert at Municipal Church of Karlsruhe

Saturday, 12 November 2016

9.30-12.00hMeeting of NEMO's Working and Expert Groups
  • Working Group LEM - The Learning Museum
    facilitated by Margherita Sani
    with a presentation by Veronica Sekules and guided hands-on tour through
    exhibitions at the ZKM Karlsruhe
    at ZKM Karlsruhe, Room: Mufu ("Multifunktionsraum")
  • Working Group Museums and Creative Industries
    facilitated by Ineta Zelca Simansone
    with a presentation by Chris Bailey
    at Kunsthalle Karlsruhe, Room: Interner Tagungsraum
  • Working Group IPR - Intellectual Property Rights
    facilitated by Pascal Ennaert
    with a presentation by Andrea Wallace
    at Badisches Landesmuseum, Room: Schlössle
  • Working with Refugees in museums:
    Guidelines and good projects
    Dietmar Osses, LWL Landesmuseum
    at Badisches Landesmuseum, Room: Wachhaus
  • sightseeing bus tour through Karlsruhe
    Meeting Point: in front of Badisches Landesmuseum
  • guided tour at Badisches Landesmuseum, Department "Global Culture"
    Meeting Point: at ticket desk of Badisches Landesmuseum at 10:00
12.15-13.30hLunch at Badisches Landesmuseum
  • Museum cooperation with colleagues from Europe: How to apply for EU culture funding?  
    Sabine Bornemann, Creative Europe Desk Germany
    at Badische Landesbibliothek, Room: Schulungsraum
  • Museomix: How to set up museomix in your museum?
    Davide Baruzzi, BAM! Strategie Culturali
    at Badisches Landesmuseum, Room: Sitzungszimmer
  • Digital innovation: A way to involve private investors
    Thierry Baujard, founder, Media Deals
    at Badisches Landesmuseum, Room: Wachhaus
  • National Museum Week: an award winning initiative
    Iris Noteboom, Netherlands Museums Association
    at Badisches Landesmuseum, Room: Schlössle
  • Quality for museums: Setting up a quality criteria framework for museums
    Edmund Miedler, Swiss Museums Association
    at Badisches Landesmuseum, Room: Gartensaal
  • A guide to crowdfunding for museums
    Isabelle de Voldere and Kleitia Zeqo, IDEA Consult
    at Kunsthalle Karlsruhe, Room: Interner Tagungsraum
15.30-16.00hCoffee break and registration for NEMO Annual General Meeting (AGM)
at Badisches Landesmuseum
16.00-17.30hNEMO General Assembly (NEMO Members only)
at Badisches Landesmuseum, Gartensaal
19.00hReception and flying dinner at Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe                                      

Sunday, 13 November 2016

  • guided city walk through Karlsruhe
    Meeting Point: in front of Badisches Landesmuseum
  • all conference attendees can visit the Badische Landesmuseum, Kunsthalle Karlsruhe
    and Stadtmuseum Karlsruhe free of charge with their conference badge                            

Please note, the programme is subject to change and may not reflect the most recent developments.

Interested? Join us in Karlsruhe!