Online conference: Museums in times of...

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...

 
NEMO co-signs letter calling for strong and systemic support measures to recover...

Ahead of the European Council meeting on 19 June, NEMO and 93 other organisations from across the cultural and creative sector,...

NEMO discussed international cultural cooperation post COVID-19 at ArtLab

On 13 June 2020, NEMO joined the ArtLab panel discussion “New horizons for rethinking transnational cooperation”, which focused on...

NEMO shared its findings on museums’ digital...

On invitation of the European Commission, NEMO gave a presentation on its findings from the survey mapping COVID-19’s impact on the museum sector in an online meeting of the Expert Group on Cultural Heritage on 10 June 2020.

 
Support culture in the EU long-term recovery budget

NEMO has co-signed a statement by Culture Action Europe calling for giving culture a central place in the proposed EU long-term...

NEMO discussed COVID-19’s impact on museum at...

NEMO was invited to join the panel “Museums and the Future We Want”, which took place online on 26 May 2020. The panel was part of the Russian “International Forum Museum Guide” and focused on museums and sustainable development...

 
CULT Committee expresses deep disappointment over budget proposal

NEMO is also deeply concerned about the proposed budget cuts of Erasmus+, Creative Europe and European Solidarity Corps. The...

Culture Committee chair Verheyen calls for doubling money for Creative Europe

After stating that the cultural and creative sector is hit extra hard by the current pandemic, Sabine Verheyen, chair of the CULT...

NEMO presented its survey findings in a webinar on museum re-openings

The webinar took place on 13 May and was organised by the Portuguese Museology Association.