NEMO reports about its COVID-19 research at...

On 6 July 2020, NEMO gave a presentation at the online conference “Museums in times of COVID19 - Challenges, re-evaluations, perspectives”. The conference, which was organised by the Georgian Museums Association, NEMO, ICOM...

 
NEMO presented its COVID-19 research at a conference on museums and digital emergency

On 29 June 2020, NEMO presented its research and report on COVID-19’s impact on the museum sector at the online conference Middle-...

NEMO invited to speak at the European Parliament

On 2 July 2020, NEMO was invited to present its COVID-19 research and the strategies that museums have adopted to connect with...

Germany takes over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union

On 1 July 2020, the Croatian Presidency handed over the torch to Germany, which will hold the Presidency of the Council of the EU...

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 members selected to attend the Adeste+ Online Summer School 2020

Seven NEMO members have granted participation in the Adeste+ Online Summer School 2020 “Change within Change” in the course of a...

Save the date! EU Presidency Trio Conference...

Within the framework of Germany's presidency of the Council of the European Union, NEMO - the Network of European Museum Organisations and the German Museums Association will organise the first of three expert meetings on social...

 
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...