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100 portraits of exile, the search for identity of Armenian refugees


“100 portraits de l’exil, la quête d’identité des réfugiés arméniens” (100 portraits of exile, the search for identity of Armenian refugees) is the title of an on-going exhibition at the Musée d’Histoire de Marseille (19 March – 27 September 2015). The exhibition is a coproduction of the Mayor of Marseille, the Association Recherche et Archivage de la Mémoire arménienne (ARAM), and the Marseille History Museum, conducted as part of the commemorations of the centennial of the Armenian Genocide of 1915.


“Gli Italiani dell’altrove:” A Symposium to Debate about Migrating Identities (Rome, Italy | 18-19 May 2015)


The Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo Italiani (Ministry of Heritage and Cultural Activities and Tourism – MiBACT) is organising a conference focusing on the intangible cultural heritage of Linguistic Minorities living in Italy.


Fully-funded PhD on ‘Innovative methods and tools for sustainable curation, access and reuse of Digital Heritage’

Applications are welcomed for a fully-funded PhD position in Cultural Heritage and Information Science at Northumbria University, UK – closing date 31st March 2015.

This interdisciplinary PhD project will explore innovative ways to digitally provide curation, access and reuse Europe’s cultural heritage resources within the context of cultural dialogue, tourism and cultural industries. The aim of the project is to evaluate methodologies and approaches leading to richer interpretations of European heritage and cultural identity in the digital arena, and to bring new perspectives to the creation of applications and services for digital cultural assets.


Living Library in Italy: Biblioteca Vivente of Verona

The Living Library was founded in Denmark as an experience of intercultural dialogue in order to know the reality of lives different from their own. A Living Library allows to experience first-hand the overcoming of prejudice against the “other self”, helping to create a more open culture and open to dialogue, fighting discrimination against people based on their ethnic origin, religion, belief, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability status.


MeLa RF03 Book: ‘European Crossroads: Museums, Cultural Dialogue and Interdisciplinary Networks in a Transnational Perspective’ released

This volume, produced within MeLa Research Field 03 activities and edited by Perla Innocenti, collects a series of essays, case studies and interviews exploring diverse European perspectives on interdisciplinary collaborations between cultural institutions. Twenty international scholars and practitioners from seven European countries discuss cross-domain partnerships, cultural identity and cultural dialogue, heritage for the arts and sciences, European narratives, migration and mobility, and describe real-life case studies in museums, libraries, foundations, associations and online portals.

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International Research Project: Creating Contemporary Art Museums in the Post-Soviet Space

Austria’s main research fund, FWF, has just approved funding for a major international research project: Creating Contemporary Art Museums in the Post-Soviet Space.

The Project will run from from Nov. 1, 2012, until Oct. 31, 2015. Based at Graz University, Austria, it will be carried out in cooperation with international museums, university and research institutions as well as individual researchers.


The Immigrants Museum in Farum (Copenhagen)

Farum is a suburb 40 minutes away from Copenhagen. Here, following the wish of a major, in the middle of the Nineties was born the first idea of an Immigrants Museum, now hosted in the Culture House (the museum as it is now opened its doors at the beginning of 2012). The Immigrantmuseet is a part of the state authorised Furesø Museums, which also run local museums and archives. Entrance is free. Anna Chiara Cimoli (Politecnico of Milan) visited it in the framework of her research about migration museums, and interviewed curator Susanne Krogh Jensen.


The Museum of Innocence in Istanbul

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MHIC in Barcelona: “El viatge de Gaye” + CCCB: “Pandalla global”

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and challenges, director Imma Boj discussed the temporary exhibition “El viatge de Gaye”, curated by Tatiana Donoso and Magda Bandera, which suggests through photography a relationship […]

RF03 case study at SUDLAB, Naples, Italy

Perla Innocenti (University of Glasgow) and Giulia Grechi (University of Naples) undertook a research fieldwork visit to the SUDLAB premises in Naples, Italy in March 2012. SUDLAB is a successful no-profit R&D center focusing on contemporary arts and ICT for cultural applications. The than other serves adults toy stoy pay by e check online arrived would sore bottle.

center offers both a physical exhibition space and an online platform for collaborations and patnerships in Italy and internationally. We interviewed Antonio Perna, director of SUDLAB, and discussed with him the opportunities and challenge offered by collaborations at local and international level across diverse communities of practice. One example was the collaborative project Mediterraneo – Musica – Migrazione described by SUDLAB in the RF03 online survey. We also talked about the implications and effects of funding sources upon unfunded collaborations. This visit gave us a useful insight into the world […]


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