• In_Nova MusEUm

    In_Nova MusEUm

    Museums come back to the local community through Art&Food
  • In_Nova MusEUm

    In_Nova MusEUm

    Museums come back to the local community through Art&Food
  • In_Nova MusEUm

    In_Nova MusEUm

    Museums come back to the local community through Art&Food
About In_NovaMusEUm

About In_NovaMusEUm

In_NovaMusEUm: Museums come back to the local community through Art&Food project aims to strengthen the capacity to attract new audiences of European museums located in peripheral areas, through activities of audience development related to Art&Food, valorization of museum artworks collections and local cultural heritage.

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Objectives

Objectives

  • To create and test a new shared methodology of audience development related to Art&Food for EU peripheral museums.
  • To reinforce audience development skills of EU peripheral museums’ responsibles.
  • To increase local community’s feeling of belonging to peripheral museums through art and food, boosting new confidence and ideas.
  • To create new forms of artistic cooperation between EU peripheral museums’responsibles and local emerging artists.
  • Implementation of one shared strategy of audience development related to Art&Food, for EU peripheral museums.

Partners

IM Logos Italy
Centro Europeu Turismo, Cultura e Spettacolo
(Italy)

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IM Logos Suecia
Museum Skoklostersslott
(Sweden)

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IM Logos Greece
Theodoros Papagiannis Museum
(Greece)

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CICANT Universidade Lusófona
(Portugal)

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IM Logos Albania
Tirana Ekspres
(Albania)


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Associated Partners

Associated Partners

  • Palazzo Chigi di Ariccia (Rome, Italy)
  • Museu Bordalo Pinheiro (Lisbon, Portugal)
  • Department of Cultural Heritage Management & New Technologies – Dr. Christos D. Merantzas, University of Patras (Greece)
  • Kilkis Museum (Greece)
  • National Museum George Kastrioti Skanderbeg/ Muzeu Etnografik (Kruja, Albania)
  • Muzeu Arkeologjik Durres (Durres, Albania)
  • Museo Diocesano di Albano (Albano Laziale, Italy)
  • Skanelaholms Slott (Sweden)
Target Audience

Target Audience

  • Young Citizens (18 – 35 years old) of partner countries with low rate of participation to museum exhibitions and programs.
  • Peripheral European museums directors / delegates / staff / curators.

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