NEMO report on the impact of COVID-19 on museums in Europe

Museums have experienced unprecedented economic and social consequences in the last few weeks due to the coronavirus. To better understand the status quo and what might come next, NEMO launched a survey to map COVID-19’s impact on...

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Artworks on Loan – the Secrets of Shipping...

Art travels more than ever. Get insights into the growing business, loan agreements, couriers, insurances and nerve-wracking unpacking in an article by the Guardian.

 
Trilingual Manual on Cultural Participation

The manual “Handbuch Kulturelle Teilhabe – Manuel Participation Culturelle – Un Manuale Partecipazione Culturale” was recently published. They gather 34 articles from different angles on the topic of cultural participation in...

 
What Changes will the new EU Copyright...

The Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market was added to the Official Journal of the European Union on 17 May 2019. The Member States of the European Union have until 7 June 2021 to implement the new directive. In...

 
NEMO Publication on Museums’ Positive Impact...

NEMO recently released a collection of the papers from its 26th European Museum Conference “Museums out of the Box! The Crossover impact of Museums”. The publication showcases the many spillover effects that museums create on...

 
Participate in new Mobility Scheme for...

i-Portunus is a pilot mobility scheme for European artists and cultural professionals. NEMO was part of the initial operational study interviews that led to the launch of the trial scheme to voice the needs of museums in such a...

 
 Henry Moore, Krieger mit Schild, Kunsthalle Mannheim
NEMO talks about Intangible Cultural Heritage...

From 7-8 May 2019 NEMO is attending an international conference and expert meeting on intangible cultural heritage, museums and cultural policies in Mechelen, Belgium. The two day event is organised by IMP – the Intangible...

 
Environmentally Sustainable Museum opened in...

When the alternative arts and ecological institution Zoma Museum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, opened earlier this year a clear focus was set on making the institution as environmentally friendly as possible. An inspiring example of...

 
Recommendations for Creating Participatory...

A recent research looks at the benefits, opportunities and challenges of public participation in research museums. The report, which was published in Ecsite’s magazine Spokes , also offers a hands on suggestions of how to plan and...

 
New EU Regulations on Cultural Heritage...

On 9 April 2019, the European Council adopted new rules to tackle illicit trafficking in cultural goods. From Autumn 2020, all artefacts older than 250 years will need an import licence.