Children workshops in Zenica and Trebinje museums

The first two workshops as part of the project “Tinkering and Making for Human Rights – improving cultural participation of children with disabilities” are dealing with the access to communication and the right to participate in a cultural life. Herzegovina Museum Trebinje will organisation a workshop “Pigeon post office Trebinje“ 

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Cultural operators pair up to design innovative and experimental cooperation

Twenty-three participants from the six Western Balkan countries met in Belgrade (12-16 November 2019) in the Center for Cultural Decontamination for the Partner Forum for the first Tandem Western Balkans programme. Representatives of associations and public institutions from different artistic, cultural and heritage disciplines in their focus, got acquainted with

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#MuseumsforFuture – Join the campaign!

#MuseumsforFuture is a global movement of museum workers, cultural heritage professionals, and many others to support the #FridaysForFuture movement with positive actions. It is time to put museums’ potential into action! SHOW THAT YOU ARE PART OF THE MOVEMENT AND COMMUNITY BY ALSO TWEETING OR POSTING SOMETHING WITH #MUSEUMSFORFUTURE. The

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Tactile Exhibition in Institute and Museum Bitola

BMN member N.I. Institute and Museum Bitola presented additional 16 exhibits from the contemporary art permanent exhibition (14 art paintings and 2 sculptures) which have been selected to become accessible for disabled visitors. Paintings were presented on tactile exhibition, texts on Braille, audio narration and sign language videos. Access to

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Extended deadline – Museum Souvenir Award 2019

Please note that the deadline for application for the Museum Souvenir Award 2019 is extended until Monday 07th of October 2019. If you have any doubts about the CALL  don’t be shy to ask!

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BMN Newsletter 02/2019

If you would like to read about the latest activities of BMN as well as our members check out the latest BMN newsletter. There you can read more about activities of BMN members (such as the Homeland Museum in Knjazevac, GO2 – The sustainable Urban Planning Organization in Shkodra, Zenica

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Blue Artism in the Art Center Gracanica

A three-day art education programme for persons with different cognitive abilities was held in July 2019 in Gračanica (Bosnia and Herzegovina). Art Center Gračanica cooperated with Aida Sarac, a museum educator from the Art Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina (member of the BMN) and the Futura association. Futura association takes care

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Accessible museum web site and catalogue in Braille

The National Museum of Secret Surveillance: “House of Leaves” has improved the services of the museum for disabled people, especially for visually impaired visitors. The official website of the museum was made readable for the blind people with the assistance of IT experts. New multimedia content is produced and published

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Traveling exhibitions from the Institute and Museum Bitola come to Zenica City Museum

The Balkan Museum Networkconnects institutions, people and makes new partnerships. In 2018, the Public Institution Zenica City Museum (BiH) and the Institute and Museum Bitola (North Macedonia) formed new friendship and worked to raise the accessibility of these two museum institutions as part of the BMN supported small project “Touching

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Tandem Western Balkans: Apply Now!

You and your initiative, organisation, institution or social enterprise can apply until 20 September 2019 (23:59 CET). For our first edition of Tandem Western Balkans, we are looking for cultural managers, activists, architects or artists, as well as young professionals connected to civil society organisations, public institutions or creative enterprises

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