From the November of 2012 The National Museum of Contemporary History participates in the European project: EuroVision. Museums exhibiting Europe” - EMEE.
The ambitious aim of the project is to make museums more accessible in many ways: with an innovative and interdisciplinary approach developed by history didactics the project wants to re-interpret museum objects and put them into a broader context of national and transnational history. Visitors shall face objects not only on a regionally and nationally determined level of meaning, but discover transnational and European perspectives using new means of presentation, performances and possibilities for participation. At the same time the project develops creative concepts for audience development. Particularly by involving and activating the visitor, the project tries to attract the rather large number of “non-visitors” to the museums.
The project will reach its end at the end of September in 2016. In case of any questions or comments, you can always contact us. We kindly ask you to follow and to help to our progress.
You can find more interesting details about the project, if you visit EMEE website, Facebook page or EMEE Flickr.
With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Commission
We are happy to announce, the Young Scenographer's Contest "One Object – Many Visions – EuroVisions“ is on. So all young scenographers - you are kindly invited to join in. For all the detailes of the contest, check the contest's webpage and the flyer below.