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NEMO follow-up report on the continued impact of Covid-19 on the museum sector

In a new report NEMO analyses how museums have been affected by the pandemic. The findings and recommendations follow up on the main themes that emerged in the first report, namely consequences of losses, digital offers and...

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inDICEs: Enhancing the impact of digital...

inDICEs invites to its first online training on 15 and 16 September 2020. The workshops are free of charge and will map the needs and concerns of CHI professionals regarding Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and value chains,...

 
Pan-European documentation of solidarity

The House of European History is collecting evidence of life in Europe during Covid-19 through its initiative Make Covid History and is accepting contributions to the growing collection.

 
Call for video presentations and posters for...

NEMO and the German Museums Association are inviting submissions of posters and video presentations on topics relevant for the upcoming online conference “Museums and Social Responsibility: Values Revisited”. The conference takes...

 
 Bird perspective of someone doing restoration work on an icon painting.
NEMO part of securing Erasmus+ funding for...

Together with 27 other organisations, NEMO applied to the funding strand SECTOR SKILLS ALLIANCES (Blueprint Cultural Heritage) within the EU funding programme Erasmus +. The consortium was successful and the project “Cultural...

 
Call for keynote on innovative ideas of...

Creative Europe Desk Germany is looking for a keynote speaker to present their innovative ideas for European cooperation and funding in the cultural and creative sector. The keynote will be part of the conference “Looking Ahead –...

 
1 out of 4 museums in The Netherlands fear...

A survey by the Netherlands Museums Association indicates that one out of four Dutch museums are in danger of closing permanently within the next year due to financial losses connected to COVID-19. The Museums Association demands...

 
UK cultural sector to receive a £1.57 billion rescue package

The UK government has announced a £1.57 billion rescue package for culture, arts and heritage. The UK Museums Association welcomes...

No cuts for Creative Europe in the next long-term EU budget

On 21 July 2020, the European Council adopted the recovery plan and multiannual financial framework for 2021-2027. The financial...

Map of digital responses by museums during the Coronavirus pandemic

Chiara Zuanni, University of Graz, has gathered data on museums’ digital activities during the COVID-19 lockdowns. The project...