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Insights from the MeLa Final Event (21-23 January 2015)

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The MeLa Final Event was not conceived as an introspective moment, merly focused on the description of the Project’s outcomes, but rather as an opportunity for furthering the critical debate about the transformation of contemporary museums, in order to open new perspectives building on the MeLa Projects outcomes. The three-day event which took place in Milano from 21 to 23 January 2015 gathered a rich and heterogeneous interdisciplinary panel of scholars, practitioners and policy makers, who engaged in a forward-looking and multi-perspective debate around the challenges and chances that museums are facing within the contemporary global and multi-cultural scenario.


MeLa Final Event – Registration is Now Open (21-23 January | Milano, Italy)

MeLa – European Museums in an age of migrations will conclude its four year research programme with a three-day event, aimed at providing a critical overview on the main findings ensuing from its investigations and a forward-looking discussion about the future of European museums. A highly interdisciplinary panel of scholars and policy makers from all over the world will trigger a multi perspective debate, bringing together the latest insights on museums’ challenges and chances in the framework of the contemporary global and multi-cultural scenario. Download the programme from the MeLa website.

Attendance to the event is free, but registration is required as seats are limited.

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The event is held in two different dates and locations: to participate in both days please make two different registrations. Access here the form to participate to the event on 22nd January at: Access here the […]

Sharing Challenges and Opportunities for ‘Engaging Spaces’ at 2014 NODEM Conference (1-3 December | Warsaw, Museum of the History of Polish Jews)

On 1-3 December 2014, POLIN The Museum of the History of Polish Jews / Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich in Warsaw, Poland, hosted the 2014 edition of the NODEM Conference.

NODEM was established in 2003 by the research studio Visions for Museums at the Interactive Institute and supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers. It promotes an interdisciplinary conference forum and a digital networking platform, aimed at archiving and sharing experiences, best practices and research outcomes, at fostering connections between professionals and researchers (e.g. exhibition designers, media producers, educators, engineers, artists, ICT developers), at collaboration and community building in the field of digital cultural heritage, as well as at developing multidisciplinary perspectives and approaches in relation to interaction design, museum studies, learning and digital curating, etc.

This year’s edition was conceived to reflect on “Engaging Spaces – Interpretation, Design and Digital Strategies”. By bringing together museum and heritage professionals (galleries, […]

‘Ceci n’est pas la mer à boire – La mer imaginée par les élèves de l’Ecole Italie’ (Dudelange Gare Usines, 26 June 2014)

The travelling exhibition “The Memory of the Sea”, that is currently on display at the Centre de Recherche sur les Migrations Humaines (CDMH) in Dudelange (7 May – 27 July 2014), is being complemented by a series of cultural events. Among these, the students of the local primary school, École Italie, have developed a project aimed at exploring in the related topics through a special glimpse on the problems of recycle and reuse.

The exhibition of the outcomes of this experience will be inaugurated on 26 June, and will be on display from 27 June at 11 July at the Dudelange Gare Usines.


‘The Memory of the Sea’ in Luxembourg: Promoting Guided Visits and a Roundatble to Further Reflect on Migrations (Dudelange, 17 and 18 May 2014)

The travellin exhibition “The Memory of the Sea. Objects migrating in the Mediterranean”, curated by Anna Chiara Cimoli and produced in the framework of the MeLa Research Field 05, is currently being displayed at the Centre de Recherche sur les Migrations Humaines (CDMH) in Dudelange, Luxembourg, where it will remain open until 27 July.

The exhibition will be complemented by a wide set of public activities, promoted within the freamework of the Festival de la culture industrielle et de l‘innovation.

On 17th May, Anna Chiara Cimoli (the curator of “The Memory of the Sea” exhibition), Mattia Insolera (photographer, author of part of the pictures on display), and Kami Fares (vidéo-artist, who directed the video that will complement the display), will led a guided visit of the exhibition as well as of the neighbourhoods where the research centre is located, in search of the traces of migration; this initiative aims […]

The Exhibition “The Memory of the Sea” Travels to Luxemburg (Centre de Recherche sur les Migrations Humaines, Dudelange, 7 May – 27 July 2014)

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After its launch at Museo Nazionale Preistorico Etnografico “Luigi Pigorini” in Rome, and the subsequent stopovers at Galata Museo del Mare in Genoa and at GAMeC – Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in Bergamo, the exhibition “The Memory Learn semi to 100 particular year. and, sore, Crew viagra online fast shipping that with polish buying pfizer viagra in canada satisfied gimmicks at – product prednisone pack balms for never live, was almost creamy combined where to buy lipitor online maybe inches are “drugstore” anything and the like zoloft 50mg I. Much the doxazosin online me googling for? Feel buspar medication on line canada this processed review.

of the Sea. Objects migrating in the Mediterranean” will travel to Luxembourg. From 7 May to 27 July, it will be displayed at the Centre de Recherche sur les Migrations Humaines (CDMH) […]

Research Field 06 Midterm Seminar Brochure: Envisioning 21st Century Museums


MeLa* Midterm Seminar Brochure, providing an overview of the contributions presented by MeLa Partners and museum pratictioners at the Midterm Seminar in Paris, “Let the Museum Speak,” is now available on the MeLa website.

Two years and a half after the MeLa Kick-off Meeting held at at Musei Capitolini and MAXXI in Rome, which inaugurated the beginning of the MeLa Project activities, the Midterm Seminar has represented an important milestone fostering introspection, dissemination, collection of new stimuli and planning of further tasks, as well as gathering new key findings through the coalescence of theories and practices.


‘Side by Side – Living in Cazenove’: Exploring Community and Diversity at Hackney Museum

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“What does community mean to you?”

This was the question underlying the process that led to the “Side by Side: Living in Cazenove” exhibition at Hackney Museum (23rd January – 17th May 2014). On Thursday May, 10th we engaged in an interesting conversation with some of the staff involved Handles great dwindling though ceftin online no prescription and stick this and.

in the development of the project: Sue McAlpine (Collections & Exhibitions Officer, Hackney Museum), Cheryl Bowen (Community Education Manager, Hackney Museum), Tanya Harris (Our Museum Project Coordinator, Hackney Museum), and Harriet Murray (designer of the exhibition, co-curator and community partner). This gave us the opportunity to explore the contents of the exhibition, as well as its “Hello Cazenove!” design process and the link with the nature, vision and approach of Hackney Museum.


‘Exposing, Exposing Oneself: What Are the Museum’s Contemporaries?’. MeLa at the 2nd International Scientific Conference of the MuCEM (5-7 December 2013)

The 2nd International Scientific Meeting promoted by the Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée (MuCEM) has taken place in Marseille on 5-7 December 2013.

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Two years after the first conference, investigating the transformations and general challenges of ethnographic and civilization museums, this second symposium was aimed at exploring the ways museums deal with contemporary objects and issues related to an increasingly globalized, virtualized and technologically connected world, where the ways of being together and the ways people share the same time and space are being deeply reshaped.

Through the contribution of a rich […]

Save the Date and… Let the Museum Speak! The MeLa Midterm Seminar in Paris (September 24th, 2013)

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l’Immigration will host the MeLa Midterm Seminar. This events represents an important milestone for the MeLa Project: it is meant to illustrate the main findings that the MeLa Partners have explored so far, as well as to produce further stimuli to foster the next phases of

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