A Museum Night Out - Dance at the Museum by Felix Quaedvlieg / Europa Nostra
Before the summer holiday,
we are sure that you want to catch up on NEMO’s activities the last month. We are also happy to announce that the registration to NEMO’s 26th Annual Conference has opened!
From 15-18 November 2018, NEMO will gather European museum and culture professionals in Valletta, Malta, to network, exchange expertise and explore the crossover impact that museums have on other sectors. Register via this google form.
Have you applied for the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 label yet? All projects awarded with the EYCH label by NEMO before September 2018 have the chance to be selected to present their activity at NEMO's 26th Annual Conference. Accommodation and travels will be covered by NEMO. Further information about the EYCH 2018 label can be found here.
On 19 June 2018, 872 people joined NEMO and its partners at the Museum for Communication Berlin to celebrate museums and cultural heritage at the event A Museum Night Out – Dance at the Museum! See photos from the beautiful evening here.
Earlier on the same day, the conference Cultural Heritage Communities and Audiences in Today’s Digital Environment gathered 60 professionals in the Museum for Communication. Both events were organised within the framework of the European Cultural Heritage Summit – Sharing Heritage/ Sharing Values; the most visible event organised in Europe within the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. Read about the conference here.
Jonathan Eaton and Mirian Bllaci discussed difficult heritage when facilitating the webinar From Mines to Mind-Maps: A dialogue-based approach to museum planning at Spaç Prison, on 25 June 2018. Watch the last NEMO Webinar by clicking here.
We hope that you will have a relaxing and enjoyable summer holiday!
The NEMO office
The Expertise Found within the NEMO Network has been Summarised in a Members Resources Mapping
NEMO is thrilled to announce that the Members Resources Mapping, which has been carried out during the spring of 2018, has been finalised. The project reflects NEMO's wish to make knowledge about museum-related topics, contacts...
Contribute to a NEMO Report Collecting European Innovative Cases on how Museums and Creative Industries Collaborate
The NEMO Working Group Museums and Creative Industries is collecting innovative case studies from across Europe on how museums and creative industries successfully work together. 15 case studies will be presented in a report,...
Henry Moore, Krieger mit Schild, Kunsthalle Mannheim
Mainstreaming Culture across EU Policy Fields in the Post 2020 Financial Framework
When the future programme for the cultural and creative sectors was presented by the European Commission in the end of May 2018, it was clear that Creative Europe remains and that culture will be mainstreamed across policy fields.
NEMO Participated in a Panel Debate about Endangered Cultural Heritage Sites
NEMO board member Aida Vezic, the Balkan Museum Network (Heritage without Borders), participated in the panel debate European Summit Conference: Endangered Heritage/ Endangered Values. The debate, which was organised by the...
NEMO Reaffirms the Importance of Cultural Heritage by signing the “Berlin Call to Action”
NEMO is proud to sign and share the “Berlin Call to Action”, which builds momentum from the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 and calls for action with tangible results in regard to cultural heritage. The document was...
Study Released about the Creative Europe Programme's Next Cycle
The study Creative Europe: Towards the Next Programme Generation, commissioned by the European Parliament CULT Committee and carried out by KEA, provides recommendations for a more ambitious future Creative Europe programme,...
Free Course on Digital Skills for Museum Professionals
NEMO’s partner Mu.SA – Museum Sector Alliance project, offers a free course for people active in the museum sector who wish to develop their digital skills. The course duration is eight weeks and upon completion of the course...
NEMO Shared its Knowledge about Museums and Social Inclusion at the International Forum “Museums for the Sustainable Development of the Society”
On 1 July 2018, NEMO was present at the International Forum “Museums for the Sustainable Development of the Society” in Tbilisi, Georgia. The international project is initiated by ICOM Georgia, ICOM Europe and the Georgian Museum...
photo by: Verena Müller
The British Council Presents a Report on Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth
The report “Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth”, launched by the British Council in 2018, presents an approach to inclusive growth that includes aspects such as social and economic benefits of cultural heritage for all levels...
Access Presentations and Videos from the Expert Meeting “Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Participation” Online
The NEMO partner Intangible Cultural Heritage and Museums Project, IMP, has released presentations, reports and videos from its conference and expert meeting on its website. The two-day meeting took place from 27-28 February 2018...
All Nominees for the Children in Museums Award 2018
After a jury meeting of the Children in Museums Award, 12 museums have been announced as nominees in the 2018 edition of Children in Museums Award. The award ceremony will take place during NEMO’s 26th Annual Conference from 15-18...
03.09. - 07.09.2018,
Conference: "Urban Jewish Heritage: Presence and Absence Conference"
3-7 September, organised by the Foundation for Jewish Heritage.
12.09. - 16.09.2018,
Prague, Czech Republic
Museum Award: Živa Award Programme 2018
Živa Award Programme 2018 including Živa Award ceremony - the Award for the best Slavic Museum.
13.09. - 15.09.2018,
Conference: Archaeology for the People
Conference "Archaeology for the People: Exhibition, Experience and Performance", organised by EXARC and the Administration of the State Cultural Reserve of Kernave.
NEMO Activity: NEMO International Training Course
NEMO International Training Course: Developing and delivering a multilingual narrative. Facilitated by the House of European History.
19.09. - 21.09.2018,
Birmingham, the United Kingdom
Conference: Discovering Collections
Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities conference. Collaborative conference series between The National Archives and Research Libraries UK.
20.09. - 23.09.2018,
Conference: The Annual European Museum Academy Conference and Award Ceremony.
NEMO will facilitate a workshop on European cooperation and networking in the course of the conference.
25.09. - 26.09.2018,
Conference: Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Urbanised Society
The International conference and Expert meeting on "Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Urbanised Society" , organised by the NEMO partner Intangible Cultural Heritage & Museums Project (IMP).
26.09. - 28.09.2018,
Congress: ENCATC Congress on Cultural Management and Policy
ENCATC Congress on Cultural Management and Policy: "Beyond EYCH2018. What is the cultural horizon? Opening up perspectives to face ongoing transformations".
26.09. - 28.09.2018,
Conference: The Best in Heritage 2018
The Best in Heritage 2018 - Projects of Influence. Annual, global conference featuring award-winning museum, heritage and conservation projects.
09.10. - 12.10.2018,
Conference: Re‐imagining the Museum in the Global Contemporary
ICOM-ICME 51st Annual Conference: "Re-imagining the Museum in the Global Contemporary".
10.10. - 14.10.2018,
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
THE ARTS+ Festival
NEMO will participate in THE ARTS+ Innovation Summit on 10 October 2018.
22.10. - 23.10.2018,
Conference: The art of attraction
Conference: The art of attraction - Audience development for museums, co-organised by Bayerische Museumsakademie and the European Museum Academy.
22.10. - 24.10.2018,
Let’s engage! Creating digital stories
Workshop for museum professionals, organised by TRACES. Apply before 18 June.
15.11. - 18.11.2018,
NEMO's 26th Annual Conference: Museums out of the Box - The Crossover Impact of Museums
Connect with museums all over Europe at the Network of European Museum Organisations’ 26th Annual Conference. From 15-18 November 2018, NEMO will gather European museum and culture professionals in Valletta, Malta, to explore the crossover impact of museums.
News from our members
EXARC: Europe funds Bronze Age Potters in EU project, ongoing international project
CRAFTER brings together four museums, two cultural associations and two higher education centres from five countries (Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Hungary and Serbia). It will revive Europe’s Bronze Age pottery with films, exhibitions and a network of potters.
>> More information can be found here
European Museum Academy and the Bayerische Museumsakademie: Conference "The Art of Attraction – Audience Development for Museums“, 22-23 October 2018, Augsburg, Germany
This international two-day conference, aimed primarily at museum professionals, explores the power of audience development and outlines ways in which museums can benefit from its methods to make the best of their collections for the best of their public – regardless of their location, size, budget and type of collection. For the registration to this conference, please follow this link, where you find the button "Anmelden" or contact directly Bettina Dankesreiter (BMA): firstname.lastname@example.org
Portuguese Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage: Conference Cultural Heritage - Challenges 21st Century, 25-26 October 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal
In the scope of the EYCH, the Portuguese Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage organizes in partnership with the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation the Conference Cultural Heritage: Challenges 21st Century, in Lisbon, on 25th and 26th October 2018. The meeting will take place in plenary sessions and is structured in three panels: Heritage, Knowledge and Innovation, Heritage and Sustainability and Models of Management of Cultural Heritage.
>> Visit the website for more inforamtion
National Institute for Museums and Public Collections: Conference “Research on the role of cultural heritage in the building of (national) identity in post conflict situations”, 10-12 Warsaw, Poland
The Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and the National Institute for Museums and Public Collections invite to the Conference about the role of the culture heritage in the building of identity in post conflict situations. The event is an action within a task entrusted to Poland in the Project JHEP2 (JPI CH).
>> More information (in Polish)
ICOM Russia - The discussion “Museum communication or what the museum keeps silence about” –13 July 2018, Moscow, The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts
This event continued the series of discussions in the context of the main theme of International Museum Day 2018 - "Hyperconnected museums: New approaches, new publics". During the discussion, speakers and participants reflected on methods of communication between the museum and its visitors on the “language of things” or “language of meanings”, which museums safeguard and promote.
>> Further information can be found here
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