Tag: museums

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E-Space network enlarges: welcome to Rokiškis regional museum

Rokiškis regional museum is an institutional member of the Lithuanian Museums Association. The beginnings of Rokiškis Regional Museum date back to 1933, when enthusiasts assembled in the Society for Regional Studies and established the Museum of Regional Studies. The first … Continue reading


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The Future Museum Challenge / E-Space hackathon in Venice

Another inspiring hackathon for Europeana Space took place in Venice, at the Ca’ Foscari University Campus (Mestre), dedicated to Museums. The call itself was exciting: We’re looking for innovative and advantageous designers, coders, museum experts and lovers, cultural managers,  artists, … Continue reading


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Immersive and Emotional Museum Design – workshop

Immersive and Emotional Museum Design - What is the role of emotions in designing the 21st century museums? Emotion, involvement and participation:  key issues that are increasingly important and decisive in the context of the new trends related to museums of … Continue reading


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E-Space at eCult Skills event (22 September 2015 in Athens)

The event was organized in the context of the eCult Skills project, which investigated the emergence of new job roles as a result of the latest ICT developments and their adoption by the museums, and aims to present project outcomes … Continue reading


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Search in Europeana via the Toolbox realised within the E-Space Museums Pilot

The Toolbox of Europeana Space Museums Pilot is a web-based application designed for museum curators, that will allow them to create always brand new educational videos and promotional worksheets melting the museums/memorials contents with the cultural heritage available in Europeana, the European digital … Continue reading


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Museums Pilot: Blinkster mobile App in preparation

by Sarah Wassermann, SPK On 22nd July 2015, the Institute for Museum Research – Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz (SPK) went to the Museum of European Cultures and the Ethnological Museum for a very special “photoshoot” with quiet but very interesting models. … Continue reading


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RICHES signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the “EuroVision – Museums Exhibiting Europe” (EMEE) project

This new cooperation will allow exploring synergies between both projects, especially on the case studies addressing the role of museums. The RICHES workshop “The context of change and the move from analogue to digital” has been the first opportunity to share experiences. Continue reading


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Verusart: a new partnership for fine art reproduction

On 29 April 2015, at the AAM (American Alliance of Museums) Annual Meeting & Museum Expo in Atlanta, Georgia, Larson-Juhl, Océ and Arius Technology announced a partnership to reproduce and distribute fine art painting reproductions using advanced 3D laser scanning and elevated colour printing techniques capable of accurately reproducing the texture and relief of the artist’s original brushstrokes. Continue reading


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The Museum of Non Participation

The Museum of Non Participation embeds its institutional critique in its very title, yet it releases itself from being an actual museum. Instead it travels as a place, a slogan, a banner, a performance, a newspaper, a film, an intervention, an occupation: situations that enable this museum to “act.” Continue reading


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Angered Archaeologists allow thousands to enter the Louvre for free

On February 5, more than 100 archaeologists of the preventative archaeological public service occupied the Louvre museum and conducted a free admission operation for nearly five hours. The archaeologists chose this site because it is emblematic in the history of French preventative archaeology (the excavation of the Cour Napoléon, the Cour Carrée, and the Jardins du Carrousel from 1983 to 1990 that forged the development of this profession) to denounce the catastrophic situation into which their discipline has been plunged. Continue reading