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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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British poll finds that Museum curators are...

A survey carried out by the Ipsos Mori’s Veracity Index indicates that museum curators are among the most highly trusted professions.

 
The UK Museums Association publishes open letter on England’s Covid-19...

In response to new Covid-19 restrictions in England on 2 December 2020, the Museums Association has written a letter to the UK...

Intellectual property and online access survey

In order to provide a focused assessment and evaluation of the current Intellectual Property (IP) rules governing the activities...

Museums in Ireland and Belgium re-open

NEMO is thrilled to learn that on 1 December museums in both Ireland and Belgium will open their door to the public after weeks of...

Digital tools for museums during the pandemic

The American Alliance of Museums has published helpful tips to guide museum staff who are thinking through the pros and cons of potential digital strategies. Digital tools are an excellent way to stay connected with the museum...

 
 Photo of someone leaning over to get closer to an ancient piece of paper to do some restoration work.
Applications accepted to the Rijksmuseum...

For the 2021-2022 fellowship, the Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam, the Netherlands) welcomes international, independent research proposals which open new perspectives on the museum’s collection, its history and activities. Apply by 17...

 
NEMO’s first digital European Museum...

NEMO’s European Museum Conference 2020 – Museums making sense took place online from 16-19 November 2020. More than 1.500 participants from 80+ countries registered their interest to join the conference, which explored the...

 
NEMO welcomes two new members of the board

On 19 November 2020, two new board members were elected to join the NEMO Executive Board. During the 28th Annual General Meeting...

NEMO joined the ENCATC congress to discuss...

On 11 November 2020, NEMO's Chair David Vuillaume joined a panel on tangible and intangible heritage and digitisation to discuss policy and practices in the “new normal”.