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Small grants 2018

Small grants 2018

APPLICATIONS FOR SMALL GRANTS 2018 ARE OPEN! If you have developed a projects proposal dealing with either access and inclusion of Deaf and disabled people in museums or interpretation of cultural heritage, apply to CHwB B&H and BMN grant. Maximum total amount requested can be…

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Inclusive workshops and the digitisation process

Inclusive workshops and the digitisation process

Zenica City Museum finalized the implementation of the project “3D MUSE” which produced new museum services, developed educational activities and material, as well as improved the museum infrastructure and established new partnership, involving around 200 persons in total. The results of the project are a…

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Stories from the Balkans

Stories from the Balkans

New project of the Balkan Museum Network titled “Stories from the Balkans” is focused on interpretation and development of the capacities of BMN members in this field. The project “Stories from the Balkans” will contribute to museum and heritage sites become places of creative interaction,…

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Call for the participation in the online exhibition of the Balkan Museum Network: “My Museum and Me”

Call for the participation in the online exhibition of the Balkan Museum Network: “My Museum and Me”

We invite all member museums to apply for participation in the online exhibition of the Balkan Museum Network: “My Museum and Me”! This interactive, cross-border, online BMN exhibition will integrate selected objects from museums’ collections, museological interpretation and visitors’ responses – explaining the meaning and…

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Call for Museum Projects!

Call for Museum Projects!

  Are you a museum from the western Balkans? And you want to cooperate with other museums or civil society organizations or artists in solving a problem of your local community? If you would like to develop your project management capacities, If you support values…

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