We’re taking part

POSTPONED: MuseumNEXT: Connect with Norway, Denmark and Belgium

Date:
23 Mar 2020, 10:00AM - 25 Mar 2020, 4:15PM
Location:
Edinburgh
Booking details:
Early bird tickets from £480
Address:

Edinburgh Festival Hub, 348-350 Castlehill, Edinburgh EH1 2NE

MuseumNEXT return to Edinburgh with a three day conference about transforming Museums

MuseumNext Edinburgh will bring together museum professionals from around the globe for three exciting days of innovation, inspiration and conversation. The conference will be based at the cities Festival Hub a converted Victorian Church which stands at the entrance to Edinburgh Castle. MuseumNext which started in the UK more than a decade ago, has grown to take place in cultural capitals around the world. In 2019 the event has travelled to LA, Sydney, London, Amsterdam and New York.

Kate Deans from Creative Europe Desk UK is attending, along with Per Dehlin and Kristin Bolgård from Creative Europe Desk Norway, Saxe Lomholt from Creative Europe Desk Denmark, and Max Godefroid from Creative Europe Desk Belgium. Get in touch to arrange a catch-up during the conference. Even if you aren't able to register as a delegate, we can look at arranging a meeting outside of the venues.

Talk to Kate, Per, Kristin, Saxe, and Max to discuss the new Creative Europe programme (2021 - 2027), planning projects and partnerships for the upcoming Cooperation Projects call, and to discuss working with partners in the UK, Norway and Denmark and beyond.

Creative Europe and the museums, galleries and heritage sectors

2018 was the European Year of Cultural Heritage, and the year saw activities and initiatives all around Europe to get people interested and involved in cultural heritage.

Creative Europe supports European Networks including NEMO, Network of European Museum OrganisationsEuropa NostraEuropean Route of Industrial Heritage, and Future for Religious Heritage, as well as European Platforms for work such as Future Architecture.

UK museums, galleries and heritage organisations also continue to be partners and leads in arts, heritage and interdisciplinary Cooperation Projects, including Dundee & Angus College (SYMBOLS - Culture of Death & Cultural Life), Historic Environment Scotland (Advanced Limes Applications), Shetland Amenity Trust & York Archaeological Trust (Follow the Vikings), Maritime Archaeology Trust (Common Cultural Connections), University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (SHAPE - Sharing a World of Inclusion, Creativity and Heritage), The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery (Ceramics and its dimensions),  Scottish National Portrait Gallery (I am here), The National Gallery, London (Dancing Museums), and more.