By becoming an Associate Partner of the LLP Grundtvig funded project “LEM – The Learning Museum” you will join a network of more than 25 institutions from 17 European countries and from the United States of America. These figures might easily become outdated, as the network is growing day by day.
Who can become an Associate Partner:
All the organisations represented are either museums, museum umbrella organisations or cultural institutions with an interest in lifelong learning, museum education, cultural policies and culture in general, who are interested to circulate ideas, exchange practices, debate with colleagues in a European context, and support professional development of relevant staff.
By becoming an Associate partner you will have the possibility to explore, in a regular exchange with colleagues in the European network, the variety of ways in which museums in the 21st century have the potential or are learning environments and at the same time learning organisations; that is organisations which learn from other disciplines, as well as from their communities and from different actors to meet the challenges of contemporary society.
For further information about the project, please consult: http://www.lemproject.eu/the-project/associate-partners
The White Paper on the “Relationship between Museums and Municipalities in Europe” has just been released.
This White Paper was prepared and written by Xavier Greffe (Université Paris I Sorbonne) and Anne Krebs (Musée du Louvre), scientific directors and coordinators of the E=MU2 policy analysis group, funded by the European Union.
The group was also made up of the Manchester Museum (Pete Brown, Tim Manley), the city of Split, historic core department (Goran Nikšić) associated with ProKultura– bservatory of Cultural Policies–Split (Nansi Ivanišević), and ENCATC (GiannaLia Cogliandro Beyens).
E=MU2 was initiated by members of ENCATC. In the long term, the policy analysis group aims to become a meeting place for research and for encouraging partnerships and discussion between European Heritage, museums and galleries, municipalities and regions.
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The ”Museum in Europe” thematic area and associated projects are part of ENCATC. However, views and opinions expressed on this blog are not necessarily the views and opinions of ENCATC.