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...

NEMO’s first digital European Museum...

NEMO’s European Museum Conference 2020 – Museums making sense took place online from 16-19 November 2020. More than 1.500 participants from 80+ countries registered their interest to join the conference, which explored the...

 
First digital NEMO European Museum Conference...

Today we are thrilled to welcome close to 1600 registrants from 80+ countries to NEMO’s European Museum Conference – Museums making sense. From 16-19 November 2020, we will connect, gain new knowledge and empower each other. The...

 
Finnish museums 2019: Facts and figures

The Finnish Heritage Agency recently published statistics from 2019 and Finnish had a record-breaking year with 7,6 million visits (2018: 7,1 million). The total expenditure on museum activities was about 265 million euros (2018:...

 
Dutch Diversity & Inclusion Code now...

The Netherlands Museums Association is one of the initiators of the Diversity & Inclusion Code, which offers the cultural and creative sector tools for the structural change necessary for an inclusive sector. The guide has...

 
Sweden makes historic investment in culture

The Swedish government presented one of its largest cultural budgets to date in order to support the sector during the corona...

Austrian Museums Association adds “Corona light” guidelines to its...

Starting this Autumn, Austria is indicating the current Covid-19 situation across the country with a “Corona light”. Depending on...

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Norway notes slight increase of museum visits...

According to a survey carried out by the Norwegian Museums Association, Norwegian museums have experienced an increase of visitors in July. June on the other hand showed a decrease of up to 76,7 %.  However, the association points...

 
Dutch Minister of Culture announces additional support measures

On 28 August 2020, the Dutch Minister of Culture announced a new culture specific support package of 482 million Euro.