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Newsletter Avril 2017

This past month...

...we celebrated NEMO's selection for co-funding by the Creative Europe Programme for 2017-2021! Being among the 28 selected projects, we are excited to take NEMO a step further and will share more with you in the next weeks.

...the G7 cultural ministers met in Florence, Italy. In their joint declaration they condemned the destruction of cultural sites and called upon the international community to intensify their fight against the illegal trafficking of cultural goods.

...we started the month of April with our seventh NEMO Webinar The great revolution of European museums. You can (re-)view Massimo Negri's take on different trends and paradigms in the museum world and download his presentation on our website.

For more details and further events read on below!

Happy Easter holidays and happy reading,

the NEMO office

 

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G7 CULTURAL SUMMIT: Open Letter to the Cultural Ministers from France, the UK, Germany and Italy from European Alliance for Culture and the Arts 
NEMO is among the signatories of the Open Letter by the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts shared on 23 March 2017 directed towards the G7 cultural ministers.
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G7 Cultural Summit: Discussions and Results 
From 30-31 March 2017 the first G7 Cultural Summit was held in Florence, Italy. The safeguarding of cultural heritage and the role of culture for intercultural dialogue were discussed during the meeting of the cultural ministers...
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MICHAEL Culture // Call for Workshop // 4-5 May 2017 
We would like to make you aware of the international workshop our partner the Michael Culture Association offers in cooperation with Dariah IT and Master DILL from 4-5 May 2017 in Florence, Italy and encourage you to apply.
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[Survey] The Getty asks for user community to improve Vocabularies LOD web site 
The Getty is currently in the planning stages for improving and expanding the Vocabularies LOD web site. The user community is invited to review the current functionality and request new features in an online survey.
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Culture Action Europe reflects on "Towards an EU strategy for international cultural relations" 
Adding to the conversation, Culture Action Europe (CAE) recently shared its reflections on the joint communication ‘Towards a joint strategy…' and the opinions being developed by the EESC and CoR.
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Winners of European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage/Europa Nostra Awards announced 
On 5 April the European Commission and Europa Nostra announced the 29 winners from 18 countries selected from 202 applications. From the winners a public choice will be selected by 3 May 2017.
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Communicating the Museum 2017 Paris: Join CTM17 Paris from 19 to 22 June 2017 
Communicating the Museum, the world's leading arts communication conference, is partnering with Paris' most respected institutions, including the Musée du Louvre, the Grand Palais, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, the Musée...
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Registration for Hands On! Conference opens on 28 April 2017 
The next Hands On! Conference of the International Association of Children in Museums will be held from 11-14 October 2017 in Pisek, Pilsen and Prague, Czech Republic.
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