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Newsletter - 12/ 2018


Happy Holidays!

NEMO is wrapping up 2018 in the last newsletter of the year. The European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 made sure to put culture on the agenda and the lasting legacy of the year can already be witnessed. NEMO made sure to celebrate the year to the fullest, not only through events such as Dance at the Museum, but also by highlighting the topic at its 26th Annual Conference "Museums out of the Box! The crossover impact of museums".

NEMO is proud to have launched the new museum advocacy initiative NEMO Political Internships in Museums as well as to have produced three publications. Learn everything there is to know about European museum awards, get inspired by successful case studies of collaborations between museums and the creative industries and gain insights from the educational world of Dutch Museums.

The list of trainings, initiatives and capacity building activities that NEMO have offered throughout 2018 is long. Museum professionals have inspired each other in NEMO Learning Exchanges, learnt from the best in NEMO International Trainings Courses and the members of the NEMO Working Groups have made great progress within their fields. Regular and free NEMO Webinars have contributed to keep the general public and museum professionals up-to-date on museum related topics. Most Webinars can be accessed on NEMO’s YouTube channel. Perfect for long winter nights!

We wish you happy holidays,
the NEMO office
 

News


Kick-off Meeting of the EU-funded Project "Be Museumers"

On 11 and 12 December 2018, the project partners NEMO, Georgian Museums Association and the Dutch Academy of Culture Management met in Berlin, Germany, for a kick-off meeting of the project Be Museumers.
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NEMO will be part of Organising a Conference on the Role of Emotions in Museums and Cultural Experiences in Berlin

From 4-6 April 2019, the conference "Connected Audience: The Role of Emotions in Museum and Cultural Experiences" takes place in Berlin, Germany. NEMO is one of the cooperation partners and will organise the conference together...
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NEMO Learning Exchange on Museums and Social Impact

The Museums Association UK hosted a NEMO Learning Exchange from 6-7 December 2018 in London, the United Kingdom. Museum professionals from Belgium, Germany, Georgia, Denmark, Iceland and the United Kingdom joined the capacity...
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Save the Date! NEMO's 27th Annual Conference takes place from 7-10 November 2019

NEMO organises its 27th Annual Conference from 7-10 November 2019 in Tartu, Estonia, together with the Estonian Museums Association and the Estonian National Museum.
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Creative Europe’s Framework on Cultural Heritage ensures that the Legacy of the EYCH 2018 Remains a Priority

On 5 December 2018, the document “European Framework for Action on Cultural Heritage” was released. The framework builds on the results of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 by making sure that the legacy of the year will...
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NEMO welcomes Sergio Servellón to its Executive Board

On 17 November 2018 at NEMO’s recent conference in Valletta, Malta, Sergio Servellón, president of ICOM Belgium Flanders, was elected to join the NEMO Executive Board.
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NEMO Appeal to the German Culture Minister to support the Proposed Boost of the Creative Europe

Together with several German culture organisations NEMO has sent several German culture organisations have joined forces and sent a joint letter to Monika Grütters, German Minister of Culture and Media, on 22 November 2018, to ask...
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Events


17.01. - 18.01.2019, Milan, Italy

Conference: TRACES Final Conference “Transmitting Contentious Cultural Heritages with the Arts”
TRACES – Transmitting Contentious Cultural Heritages with the Arts: From Intervention to Co-Production will conclude its three years research programme with a two-day event, merging a critical overview on the main findings ensuing from its investigations and a forward-looking discussion about the future of contentious heritages transmission in Europe and the concept of Reflexive Europeanisation.
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24.01.2019, Brussels, Belgium

Symposium: Ensuring Intellectual Property Rights in a Digital Age
Discussion the EU’s new copyright reforms package.
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17.02. - 17.02.2019, Athens, Greece

Workshop: Successful Fundraising for Heritage Managers: Strategies and Best Practices
This 3-day workshop combines lectures, case studies, class discussions and interactive exercises to develop and apply successful fundraising strategies and skills for increasing contributed revenues to advance, support and sustain your organization. Scholarship opportunities are available. Deadline to apply: Sunday 13 January 2019.
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25.02. - 02.03.2019, Elefsina, Greece

Workshop: Personal Interpretation for Natural and Cultural Heritage
In this six-day course, participants will familiarize themselves with the principles of a quality based method for Heritage Interpretation and will practice how to perform personal interpretation on their own. Scholarship opportunities are available. Deadline to apply: Friday 25 January 2019.
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28.02. - 01.03.2019, Ljubljana and Maribor, Slovenia

NEMO Learning Exchange on Education
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24.04. - 26.04.2019, Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia

Conference: Museums as Agents of Memory and Change
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04.04. - 06.04.2019, Berlin, Germany

Conference: Connected Audience - The Role of Emotions in Museum and Cultural Experiences
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07.11. - 10.11.2019, Tartu, Estonia

NEMO Conference: NEMO's 27th Annual Conference
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News from our Members


Ethnographic Park & Botanical Garden Piramides de Guimar - 20 years conserving heritage: the Ethnographic Park & Botanical Garden Piramides de Guimar
2018 has marked the 20th anniversary of the Ethnographic Park & Botanical Garden Pirámides de Güímar. Among the many activities celebrated, the museum inaugurated the Tropicarium, a new botanical exhibition about tropical plants, especially orchids and insectivorous plants, delving into their relevance and importance in the work of Charles Darwin.
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Estonian Museums Association (EMA) Launched a new Museum Magazine
From December 2018 onwards the EMA magazine Muuseum (Museum) is available as an online magazine. With transition to online we hope to reach more readers in Estonian museum sector and internationally. In the near future all article will be accompanied by summaries in English.
>> Access more information here

Lithuanian Museums Association (LMA) - Lithuanian Museums Specialist’s Qualification Improvement Programme 2018, Lithuania, 22 August - 15 December 2018
LMA is the main organizer of continuous training for museum professionals in the country. In the Qualification Improvement Programme 2018, 400 specialists from Lithuanian museums were involved. The most requested training topics were creating innovative exhibitions and education programmes, investigation needs of visitors, image and public relations, management and administration, etc.
>> More information can be found here (in Lithuanian)

ICOM Russia – The results of All-Russian campaign “Museum for Everybody!
The All-Russian campaign “Museum for Everybody!” aimed at advocating equal rights and opportunities for everybody to participate in cultural life. On 1 and 2 December 2018, more than 350 museums in 74 regions of Russia conducted different activities for people with disabilities, their friends and families as well as all interested visitors. The event was widely covered by famous federal and regional media and supported on social media by artists and bloggers and other famous persons transmitting the various of inclusive approach.
 



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