Gesheva made several references to the cross-sectoral nature of culture and its ability to play a crucial role in multiple political areas. It was also stated that culture is an excellent enabler of the broad goals of the EU. The minister continued by presenting the key focus areas of the Bulgarian Presidency, one being to assure the recognition of culture and stressing its connection to a strong society and community in the planning of the post-2020 Multi Financial Framework. Other focus areas are the mid-term evaluation of Creative Europe, push for culture’s role in EU external relations as well as the 2019 and onwards Work Plan for Culture. Lastly the minister presented the aim of adopting the Council Conclusions on cultural heritage in May 2018 in the course of the European Year of Cultural Heritage.
The recording of the NEMO webinar facilitated by Anna Steinkamp, Project Facilitator, Network Strategist and Curator, on 24 June 2020 can now be (re)watched online.
Within the framework of BE MUSEUMER, the Georgian Museum Association, NEMO, ICOM Georgia and Tbilisi State Academy of Art organise an international online conference. The conference aims to analyse problems, difficulties and...
The European Commission has launched a public consultation on digital access to European cultural heritage. The online consultation is open for contributions until 14 September 2020.