The usability test and feedback session will take place on 11 October from 14:00-17:00 in Loulé, Portugal. It is part of the official programme of NEMO’s European Museum Conference: Innovation begins within - Resilient museums in times of disruption, which is taking place from 9-11 October. All participants of the NEMO conference are welcome to register to the session to improve their competence in developing museums towards impact, but only 5 successful applicants will receive the grant to cover their travel, accommodation and the reduced conference fee (100 euro).
By joining the feedback session, participants will get to test the MOI self-evaluation framework and be part of developing the final version. The framework will be published later this year as an open-source tool that will help museums to cater to a more diverse, increasingly digital and ageing society, by supporting them in evaluating and actively refocusing their work in line with their own strengths and strategies.
Participants will be selected based on their motivation to participate and ability to actively use the framework at their institution or disseminate information about it.
- Learn more in the call for applications
- Apply until 15 August 2022
The grant opportunity is only open to museum professionals based in Europe. NEMO members are given priority, but a membership is not a pre-condition for a positive selection.
MOI! Museums of Impact
The European cooperation project MOI! Museums of Impact aims since 2019 to develop a European self-evaluation framework for museums, with impact at its core, for the benefit of both museums and European citizens. The framework will help museums to develop their capacity to meet the demands of a changing, more diverse, increasingly digital and ageing society, by supporting them in evaluating and actively refocusing their work in line with their own strengths and strategies. Developing the framework is a joint effort of a partnership of 11 European museums, museum developers and public bodies, amongst them NEMO, led by the Finnish Heritage Agency.