NEMO follow-up report on the continued impact...

In a new report NEMO analyses how museums have been affected by the pandemic. The findings and recommendations follow up on the main themes that emerged in the first report, namely consequences of losses, digital offers and...

 
Free webinar series on the future of museums

Six international speakers took part in a series of pre-conference webinars organised in the runup to the biennial...

UK medicine museum becomes Covid-19 vaccination hub

As vaccinations start in the United Kingdom, the Thackray Museum of Medicine in Leeds has become the first UK museum to assist by...

The UK Museums Association publishes open letter on England’s Covid-19...

In response to new Covid-19 restrictions in England on 2 December 2020, the Museums Association has written a letter to the UK...

Museums in Ireland and Belgium re-open

NEMO is thrilled to learn that on 1 December museums in both Ireland and Belgium will open their door to the public after weeks of...

Digital tools for museums during the pandemic

The American Alliance of Museums has published helpful tips to guide museum staff who are thinking through the pros and cons of potential digital strategies. Digital tools are an excellent way to stay connected with the museum...

 
NEMO joined a roundtable on heritage in times...

On 5 November 2020, NEMO joined the third EU-MX Cultural Heritage Symposium, which facilitates exchange of experiences between specialists from Mexico and the European Union. NEMO was invited to contribute with the important work...

 
NEMO joined an online conference on museums and digital development

The German online conference “Zukunft gemeinsam entwickeln –Digitale Erweiterung musealer Erlebnisse und Prozesse” took place from...

NEMO discussed museums digital developments and reactiveness during the pandemic

On 30 October 2020, NEMO's Secretary General Julia Pagel joined a symposium organised by the German Museums Association. The...