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The Creative Museum Project

2014-2017 funded by
Erasmus + 


   

 

 

 

The Creative Museum Project seeks to explore and inform the connections between our cultural organisations and their communities by capitalising on the emergence of new and democratising digital technologies.Seeking to extend the language of engagement through the medium of accessible, customisable and personal digital experiences. The project sees museums as dynamic learning environments in which staff and visitors can use accessible digital tools to explore and reason about collections in new and creative ways.
The Creative Museum is a three-year Strategic Partnership running from 2014-2017  funded via Erasmus+, Key Action 2 (Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices) – Vocational and Educational Training (VET).

Throughout the three years of the project, museum professionals will be encouraged to learn from each other, test new ways of interacting with audiences; create partnerships; share practices and experiences as well as disseminate the processes and outcomes.

 Project reference: EU-funded project [No 2014-1-FR01-KA202-008678]
Implementation: 1 September 2014 – 31 August 2017

A public debate was held in the Science Gallery in April 2015

Museums and Makers Inspiring Each Other
Venue and co-host: Science Gallery
 
Media
Blog http://blogs.c-yourmag.net/creative-museum/
Twitter 
@CreativeMuseum0 

Project Partners

 

Cap Sciences – Coordinator – www.cap-sciences.net

Chester Beatty Library – http://www.cbl.ie/

Step – http://www.stepseurope.it

Heritec www.heritec.com

Museomix – http://www.museomix.org/

Radiona Makerspace – http://radiona.org/

Museoliitto (Finnish Museum Association) – http://www.museoliitto.fi/

MIST – (Museene i Sor-Trondelas) – http://en.mist.museum.no/

Instituo Beni Culturali Emilia Romagna – http://ibc.regione.emilia-romagna.it/