mu-zee-um is an arts education organisation promoting and stimulating the exchange between art(its)s and the public. mu-zee-um realizes this by organizing and creating educative projects and sessions on a local, regional, national and international level. For mu-zee-um, art is the best means by which to prompt people of all ages to action, creativity and reflection.
The Museums of South Trøndelag - Museene i Sør Trøndelag (MiST) consists of 9 museums and 150 staff, based in Southern Trøndelag. MiST works with coastal and maritime history, industrial history, music, art and decorative arts.
Included in the conglomerate, is the Norwegian Museum for Deaf history and culture, which opened in 2009 in the locations of the former school for the deaf. The Deaf Museum museum collect, maintain, interpret and promote the material and immaterial history of the deaf community according to the norms and regulations contained in the International Council of Museum’s codes of ethics. It present different views and standpoints,as something to be reflected upon and discussed with and by the visitors. By focusing on Deaf culture, and its relation to mainstream culture, we aim to challenge prejudices towards differences in general, whether on the basis of race, class, gender, sexuality or disability. The exhibition and the interpretation aim to challenge people’s attitudes and prejudices and hopefully create greater respect for diversity by exposing the narrowness of the concept of normality.
http://mist.no/ & http://norsk-dovemuseum.no/
Estonian Maritime Museum was founded in 1935. Its exhibition is located in the 500-year-old Fat Margaret tower in Tallinn Old Town. In 2012, the Maritime Museum opened another exhibition place at the Seaplane Harbor. The main task of the museum is to collect, preserve and research material related to marine history for educational and scientific purposes. The museum collects material related to the history of the Estonian Maritime.
stiftung berliner mauer
The Berlin Wall Foundation was established as a foundation under public law by legislation passed on September 17, 2008. The Berlin Wall foundation encompasses four institutions: The Berlin Wall Memorial, the East Side Gallery, the Günter Liftin Memorial and the Marienfelde Refugee Centre Museum. The purpose of the Berlin Wall Foundation is to document and provide information about the history of the Berlin Wall and the mass migration from the GDR as a part of contributory factor of the German division and the East-West conflict. It also aims to preserve historical sites and authentic remains and to provide for a dignified commemoration of the victims of communist tyranny. The focus points of the foundations activities are Educational Programs, work with Contemporary Witnesses, Collections and Research.
MUSAC is defined as an open space for citizens for thought, dialogue and understanding of analytical tools and action strategies concerning arts and its relation with society within the period in which the museum program and its collection focus. It is a museum with an active exhibitions and collection program, coupled with an educational strategy that tries to focus on different groups.
The Istituto per i beni artistici, culturali e naturali (IBACN) of the Region Emilia Romagna was founded in 1974 to support and advise the Regional Government in policy making and to act as an advisory body to local authorities in the field of cultural heritage. IBACN's activities with regard to heritage and museums include: research, documentation and ICT, renovations of museums and development of temporary exhibitions, definition of methodologies for conservation, funding of restoration projects, setting of museum standards,...
fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is a charitable foundation set up in 1956 as a private institution of public utility. The museum houses the Founder's art collections and the Modern Art Centre collection, an Art Library, conference halls and a large concert hall for the Orchestra and Choir. The Foundation acts in its four statutorily defined areas: arts, education, science, and social welfare. In Portugal it pursues its goals through a mix of its own activities (exhibition, conferences, music and performing arts, publishing and educational activities) and grants to organisations and individuals.