On 29 April 2021, Dr. John Falk and Judith Koke, Institute for Learning Innovation, invited to a conversation about the museum's role in supporting the community in terms of four types of wellbeing: physical, intellectual, social...
- Find out what’s happening in the European museum community.
The 9th International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) call for funding and new initiatives was announced on 26 February 2018. The aim of the call is to make the digital creative industry more accessible to young women.
The Ecsite conference is open to everyone interested in public engagement with science, museums and science centres. Topics range from exhibition narratives to art&science, 21st century skills to post-truth. The 29th edition of...
The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the USA, the Greek government and the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, have teamed up to research innovative ways of protecting art from Earthquakes.
The European Commission releases a policy paper apropos the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. The paper is a notable attempt to assess the potentials and challenges of a shared European cultural heritage.
25 May 2018 has been secured for the NEMO Political Internships in the Bonnefantenmuseum.
Andrew Ormston considers the origin and impact of the European Year of Cultural Heritage in a recently published essay. NEMO is mentioned twice as supporting voices of the initiative.
In the occasion of the European Year of Cultural Heritage has the European Commission compiled a toolkit highlighting 15 projects funded by the Creative Europe programme.
The scModules project is part of the H2020 programme and sets out to identify and explore new opportunities that can be developed related to super-hi resolution (SHR) digitization of museum collections.
Today the British Museums Taskforce, convened by the British Museums Association in 2016, published a report on the future of museums.