With the remarkable variety of cultural heritage across Europe, the onset of globalisation offers significant opportunities for economic growth. A large part of that heritage is represented in the collections of European museums, which draw tourists from across Europe and around the world. The huge influx of tourists that museums attract is one of their most important contributions to local economies, and is becoming a growing industry in Europe at large.
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How to Maximise the Impact of Museum, Culture and Local Development News | Cultural Tourism | Museum Management | Intercultural Dialogue | Urban Development
A recent guide by ICOM and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) advises policymakers, both at the local and national level, on how to design efficient local development strategies that leverage culture...
Plovdiv and Matera: European Capitals of Culture 2019 News | Cultural Tourism | EU Culture Policy
Starting 1 January 2019, Plovdiv, Bulgaria, and Matera, Italy, hold the title European Capitals of Culture 2019. NEMO is a cooperation partner for Matera 2019 and will be involved in various activities related to heritage during...
MUZA - Valletta's new Art Museum and NEMO's Conference Venue has opened News | Cultural Tourism | News from Our Members | Collaboration
On 10 November 2018, the highly anticipated museum MUZA in Valletta, Malta, was inaugurated. The new National Community Art Museum is the flagship project of the Valletta 2018 European Capital of Culture initiative. From 15-18...