Learn how to activate the Well-being Potential of your Museum in the next NEMO International Training Course
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In the course of two lectures and a workshop, the participants will get to learn how to tap into museums’ soft power and explore ways to create first steps towards a happiness-focused museum. The training takes place on 27 September 2019 and will be facilitated in Paris, France, by Diane Drubay and Julie Rouzaud. Apply by 30 June 2019.

After lectures and discussions on “Dis/oriented Museums and their Future" and "From the Happy Museum to the Museotherapy", the participants will be guided to become well-being accelerators in a workshop. In the workshop, international best practice examples and discussions about  top-priority impacts for museums will serve as inspiration to work towards a transformative museum. 

The NEMO International Training Course will be led by Diane Drubay, founder of WeAreMuseums, and Julie Rouzaud, Interaction Strategist, CentVingtSix/vWeAreMuseums. WeAreMuseums is about to organise its seventh conference from 27-29 May 2019 in Katowice, Poland.

Find the call for applicants for the NEMO International Training Course “Activate the Well-Being Potential of Your Museum” here.
Deadline to apply: 30 June 2019

NEMO members participate free of charge and are covered by travel grants in the form of a lump sum. Non-members are welcome to participate for a fee of 250 Euro.