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Looking inside the “Cabinet” twenty-one years after – S.E. Weil ICOM MEMORIAL LECTURES 2016

In September, this year, the international meeting of museum professionals will renew at the 25th ICOM General Conference in Kyoto. Among the various sessions, to my personal point of view, the ones who are paramount interesting are the memorial lectures and above all the one in memory of Stephen E. Weil . The long-term sight and the sharpness of his thought and analysis I try to summarise in my speech at the general conference in Milan 2016. Here you can read the text.


Training courses – lifelong learning process


to learn how to communicate in the visual age.

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Brand as a tool to communicate your identity and your cultural offer along with your values. Your museum is a unique experience.


quality levels for regional recognition

soluzionimuseali-ims organizes refresher and training courses on the areas of Ministerial Decree 113 of 21 February 2018 (Adoption of uniform minimum levels of quality for museums and places of culture of public belonging and activation of the National Museum System) for recognition at the level regional and national.

Let’s go voting! Don’t let the “non vote party” take advantage

EU elections kick off! Polls open in UK and the Netherlands!
Follow the results, quotes, photos, atmosphere and reaction from all #EU

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Let’s go voting! Don’t let the “non vote party” take advantage. We need Europe and we need to strive it

Reshared post from European Commission

Last EU elections day today! It is the turn of citizens in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden!

Check how EU elections unfolds in real time here

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Attack at European values

I am deeply shocked to hear about the violent act which cost three innocent people’s lives at the Jewish Museum in the city centre of Brussels this afternoon. In my own name and on behalf of the European Commission, I convey my sincere condolences to the families and friends of the victims of this tragic crime.

I strongly condemn that this terrible act seems to have been directed at a religious symbol in the heart of the European capital. This was an attack at European values which we cannot tolerate.

Jose Manuel Barroso

The musée du quai Branly in Paris is currently showing the exhibition “Plains Indians”

Reshared post from Google Art Project

The musée du quai Branly in Paris is currently showing the exhibition “Plains Indians”, which presents a continuous view of the aesthetic traditions of the Plains Indians, from the 16th to the 20th century.
Can’t go to Paris? No panic! The museum has created an online version of it, for you to enjoy from your home. Just click: and enjoy! #art #traditions

Has the diversity of students in your country changed in the past years?

Reshared post from +European Commission

Has the diversity of students in your country changed in the past years? According to a report published today, not enough countries are using the information they collect on higher education to improve their universities and the opportunities they offer for students.

The report shows that, although many countries collect information about their student populations, data analysis is often not linked to concrete objectives (such as ensuring access of disadvantaged students to higher education), and many countries are unaware if their student population is becoming more diverse (see picture).

Higher education needs to do more to respond to areas of weakness



Check 10 EU rights at a glance

Reshared post from European Commission

As a European citizen you benefit from freedom of movement, the world’s biggest #economy, #healthcare in any EU country — things we often take for granted. But it is also the everyday things that make a difference, like being able to send back faulty goods ordered online, low roaming costs, or compensation for cancelled flights. Check 10 #EU rights at a glance in our new brochure:–pbNA0414127/