The aim of the publication is to encourage museums to become acquainted with some of the most important award schemes in Europe and to consider the idea of competing for one of them. As a museum applying for an award, it has to scrutinize itself and reflect over their past years’ achievements as well as where it is heading in the future. After all, assessing the quality of museum work also means assessing how the role of museums and the meaning of the word “museum” itself have changed over time. NEMO hopes that the publication will support museums in their work of delivering quality work for their communities and society at large.
The toolkit, created by the Museums + AI Network, serves as a practical starting point for museum professionals who are interested in working with technologies that fit within the broad field of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The majority of museums in Europe are closed in order to contain the spread COVID-19. NEMO would like to map how museums are reacting to and coping with the closure through an in-depth survey.
NEMO is one of the signatories of a joint letter written by Culture Action Europe and directed to the Commissioner Gabriel and...