Guidelines on energy saving measures for museums

To support colleagues in the cultural heritage sector during the energy crisis, NEMO member KIK-IRPA (Belgium) has co-created two…

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Interactive map gives overview of accessible…

The Balkan Museum Network has published an interactive map that offers an overview of more than 40 accessible museums, galleries and historical sites in the Balkans.

 
NEMO Working Group Advocacy and PA publishes…

Following up on NEMO’s recent report on museums in the climate crisis, the NEMO Working Group Advocacy and Public Affairs (PA) shares the extended version of Henry McGhie’s text “Mind the [climate policy and action] gaps”. In this…

 
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Call for applications – NEMO Trial Membership

Apply for the chance of joining NEMO for one year and enjoy all benefits associated with a membership. Five museums, museum-oriented organisations, or museum service providers will be selected to participate in NEMO’s Trial…

 
Call for applications – NEMO Training on…

In collaboration with ENCATC, NEMO invites members and the European museum community to apply to join the ENCATC Academy on Sustainable Cultural Management and Policy in Santander, Spain, from 24-27 April 2023. Deadline to apply:…

 
New European Bauhaus funding opportunities for 2023 and 2024

Within the scope of the New European Bauhaus initiative, several EU funding opportunities and frameworks are at disposal to…

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Report maps role and dynamics of cultural…

The report “Who is not a stakeholder in cultural heritage?“, published by the CHARTER Alliance, explores the roles and dynamics of heritage stakeholders, their interests and influence on education and training systems.

 
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The three European Capitals of Culture 2023

Since 1 January 2023, Elefsina (Greece), Timisoara (Romania) and Veszprém (Hungary) all hold the title European Capital of Culture 2023.

 
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Toolkit supports city museums in creating and…

The Museum Impact Toolkit (MIT) helps museums create and assess social impact on both a practical and strategic level. Although the toolkit primarily is designed with city museums in mind, it is suitable for other kinds of museums…