In 2010 the European Museum Academy has established the European Museum Academy Prize with the aim of recognising the outstanding results of organisations, researchers and cultural insitutions in creating pioneering museums or producing studies and carrying on projects of European relevance which are destined to influence the development of museological discourse at the international level.
Winner of the European Museum of the Year Award 2016 announced in San Sebastian, Spain
The European Museum of the Year Award (EMYA), organised by the European Museum Forum (EMF), was presented at the 2016 Award Ceremony held in San Sebastian, Spain, in collaboration with TOPIC, Tolosa’s International Puppet Centre, on 9 April 2016. This year’s ceremony, held for 39th time, was marked by the centenary of Kenneth Hudson, founder of EMYA and EMF.
The Ceremony was attended by over 200 people from 29 European countries.
Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic is interested in the following calls:
National Institute for Museums and Public Collections serves as the Centre of Excellence for Digitisation in Museums. Since 2013 we have been working on Polish version of SPECTRUM 4.0., which is a British standard for documentation and management of museum collections. SPECTRUM was published in 1994 by The Collections Trust and it is constantly evolving standard based on experience of museums professionals from the UK and other countries.
The Joint Programming Initiative in Cultural Heritage and Global Change is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity for transnational proposals in the area of cultural heritage.
There are three institutions from Poland among the 49 nominees for EMYA 2016
The European Solidarity Centre in Gdańsk wins the 2016 Council of Europe Museum Prize
Working under the auspices of the Council of Europe, the European Museum Forum, which is also an ICOM partner, is dedicated to promote best practice examples in the museum sector and to create partnerships with other museum organisations. The common objective is to strengthen the position of museums in the times of crises and implement activities to widen and exchange knowledge in cooperation programmes.
National Maritime Museum in Gdansk among 42 museums from 21 countries nominated for the 2015 edition of the European Museum of the Year Award (EMYA) operated by the European Museum Forum.
National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk together with Norwegian Maritime Museum and University of Oslo: Museum of Cultural History are pleased to invite you for an international conference Condition.2015 - Conservation and Digitalization. The four day conference will be held at National Maritime Museum, between 19th - 22nd May 2015 in Gdańsk.