The European Museum Academy’s activity programmes covers a wide range of sectors which can be summarized in the following points:
Two courses in museology developed under the auspices of EMA: the Executive Master Course in European Museology at IULM University of Milan, the International School of Museology promoted by the Forum of Slavic Cultures, Slovenia.
EMA supports also aone week Course organized in Ostersund (Sweden) by NCK in collaboration with the Research Centre for Museums and Galleries (RCMG) at the University of Leicester’s School of Museum Studies.
EMA experts are regularly active in these programmes.
LEM - The Learning Museum is a Europe wide network which aims to establish a permanent space for museums and adult educators to act in a learning society and in a knowledge based Europe.
To keep up with change, however, museums are not only expected to be learning places, but learning organisations themselves: learning from the communities, from the public, from their stakeholders, and also from other agencies, with whom they have to build alliances to accomplish the ambitious objectives set by policies at national and European level and meet the challenges of the future decades. LEM aims to create a permanent network of museums and cultural heritage organisations, to insure that they can play an active role with regard to lifelong learning and to raise awareness among decision makers at national and European level. It will do so through this dedicated and dynamic website, international conferences and meetings, the publication and dissemination of thematic reports, the piloting of a mobility scheme for museum educators within the partner countries to support peer learning and the exchange of knowledge at European level. Through its partners and associates, LEM expects to reach the whole museum and heritage community and a large part of the adult education sector. Since 2015 the Lem Project website is operated by NEMO.
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Riga ceremony, Nov.2016
Riga Ceremony 2016
2016 Heritage in Motion winners
The DASA Museum, our partner in the DASA Award project.
EMA people 2014
EMA people Brescia 2014
2020 EMA Task Force
Cjildren in Museums Award Jury 2016
Europeana, Europa Nostra, EMA together for Heritage in Motion
A toast to HiM
Kenneth Hudson (1916-1999) was one of the most prominent personalities on the European museum scene and one of the pioneers of industrial archaeology in the 1960s, a broadcaster and the author of numerous books.
EMA Prize to Europeana Foundation
European Year of Industrial and Technical Heritage Heritage
Heritage in Motion
The Ziva Award
We are pleased to cooperate with Best in Heritage in promoting excellence in museums.
EMA video presentation on YOU TUBE