Balkan Museum Network and Cultural Heritage without Borders have designed very inspiring conference programme for museum and heritage professionals. Find out more about the conference keynotes and parallel sessions, as well as experts that run them.
Download the program of the ‘Meet, See, Do 2’ Conference here. We look forward to see you all in Tirana soon! Check your inbox for information about travel and preparation for the conference. And contact us if you need more inforamation.
CHwB, funded by SIDA and Stavros Niarchos Foundation (as part of its initiative to develop disability inclusion in museums in the Western Balkans) is offering grants to museums in the Western Balkans region in three key themes: Involvement, engagement, participation for access and inclusion of disabled people Social justice Negotiating
This year, CHwB will be hosting a new series of 5 Regional Restoration Camps across the Western Balkans. The 16th through 20th Regional Restoration Camps will provide participants with engaging lectures and hands-on experience with restoration and conservation, using traditional materials and techniques, as well as with the interpretation and
What is it? A half-day trade fair for companies and organisations engaged in the heritage and museum industry Who will be there? Museum and heritage professional from across the western Balkans. Between 60 -80 delegates from national, regional, city museums, NGOs, development agencies and international consultants. What are
An invitation to expand your business into Europe’s fastest growing heritage market! The first Western Balkans Regional Heritage Trade Fair will be a half-day trade fair for companies and organisations engaged in heritage and museum industries, held during the MeetSeeDo! Conference, on 10 April 2014 in Tirana, Albania.
The Balkan Museum Network is in the process of exploring possibilities of becoming an independent organization, based and managed from the Balkan countries. Discussions developed at “Meet See Do” Conference that was held in April 2013 clearly demonstrated the need and desire for a network of museum collaboration and it