Balkan Museum Access Group

Balkan Museum Access Group

Balkan Museum Access Group has nine members. Since January 2016 members are:

  • Lejla Agić

    Lejla Agić is a Museum Educator at the Zenica City Museum, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Dedicated to increasing the accessibility of museums and culture to disabled people, Lejla designed and implemented many creative and educational workshops for children in this museum. She was involved in the simultaneous exhibition ‘1+1: Life & Love’ which implemented 11 museums from the Balkans with CHwB and BMN. altaaira(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Etleva Demollari

    Etleva Demollari is the Head of the Educational Programmes Departmant at the National History Museum of Tirana, Albania. Etleva is PHD candidate in the Doctoral School for Cultural Heritage in the Faculty of History and Philology at Tirana University. As a member of the Steering Board of the Balkan Museum Network and its Access Group, Etleva was involved in developing several projects for disabled people. Etlevacani(at)yahoo(dot)fr

  • Stefanos Keramidas

    Stefanos Keramidas works as a Museologist-archaeologist in the Directorate of Museums of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports, Greece. His research interests are focused on collections management, museum interpretation, exhibition making, and the creative interaction between visitors and the museum. Through the Balkan Museums Access Group he is interested in underlying and promoting the importance of intellectual accessibility within the exhibition space in museums and art galleries. Stefanosker(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Milena Milošević Micić

    Milena Milošević Micić works as a Senior Curator and is acting director of the Homeland Museum of Knjaževac. For the past 16 years she has been working on the development of the museum programs, projects and collections as well as in management and promotion of museum's work with a main goal to develop new role of the museum in the local community. She believes that museums are public spaces open for everyone, forums for open dialogs or debates, places of unique values of common heritage. She is a member of ICOM, Serbian Museum Association, and proud member of the Balkan Museum Network’s Steering Board and Access Group. milenija2901(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Tatjana Mijatović

    Tatjana Mijatović is an architect by education but loves to say that is «basically geek in the soul». She has been working in museums and cultural heritage sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Tatjana is passionate mountain bike rider, enjoying in good humour and looking at life from the bright side. Tatjana is involved in applying new digital technologies in heritage and museum collections. As BMAG member, she has developed experteese in the production of tactile images, maps and models (images and maps produced by the fusing machine and swell paper). mijatovic.tatjana.73(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Mensura Mujkanović

    Mensura Mujkanović works at the Museum of Tešanj, Bosnia and Herzegovina. As a Curator, Mensura implemented several projects in various fields, including three focused on access and inclusion. She is a member of the Balkan Museum Network's Access Group. mensura1985(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Irena Ružin

    Irena Ružin PhD, is Program Director of the Institute and Museum Bitola since 2006. Her professional work is mostly in management of international and national projects, marketing and cultural heritage education. Irena is Board member of BMN and a member of the Access Group. The experience gained through BMAG trainings and activities Irena implemented at Bitola museum. At the moment, Irena is working in cooperation with museums and colleagues from BMAG, various associations and schools on projects of accessibility and inclusion. Irenaruzin(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Artemis Stamatelou

    Artemis Stamatelou is an archaeologist and museologist based in Athens, Greece. Since 1997 she has been working in the Greek museum sector gaining rich experience in curating, audience research, fundraising and project management. She is a General Assembly member at the National Historical Museum, and a member of the Balkan Museum Access Group. She is also experienced in public and academic speaking acquired mainly by presenting parts of her work in articles, seminars and conferences. artemis.stamatelou(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Željka Sušić

    Željka Sušić works at the Typhlological Museum in Zagreb, Croatia as a Senior Curator and a Museum Pedagogue Advisor. During her career, Željka organised many exhibitions focused on socially vulnerable groups, and was awarded the Annual Museum Award for the museological concept of Touch of Antique exhibition. Considering the transfer of knowledge exceptionally important, Željka has been dedicated to sharing the valuable knowledge from this field among the professional community. Zsusic(at)tifloloskimuzej(dot)hr