The Balkan Museum Network is launching Call for Small grants. If you have an idea for project in one of these four categories: Access and inclusion of Deaf and disabled people Activism and social justice Public engagement and community voices Risk preparedness You should apply for this call! Download Call for Proposals and
Every year, Balkan Museum Network launches a call to fund small projects implemented by museums across the Balkans. One of the five museums supported in 2015 was the Museum of African Art from Belgrade, with the project “MAA for all, all to the MAA – a special program for elderly”.
“I believe that with this project we got new visitors, and more important new friends of the museum. Zenica City Museum employees who were involved in the project learned more about accessibility and work with disabled persons”, said Vedrana Mioč, from Zenica City Museum who coordinated the project “Stories from
Through the activities of the Balkan Museum Network and Cultural Heritage without Borders Bosnia and Herzegovina, five museum projects will be awarded a financial grants of up to € 3.000. The projects will be realized with the financial support of the Government of Sweden. We are happy to announce that
Thank you all for submitting the project proposal to the call for projects! Please find bellow the list of the institutions that have submitted the proposal. All applicants will be informed about the results of the evaluation until 15 May. Stay tuned for more information. National Institute for Protection of
Hundreds of people from the Western Balkans participated in different activities organized and implemented by members of the Balkan Museum Network in the last two years. Nenad Vukeljić from Zrenjanin (Serbia) is one of them. As a member of a local organization of blind and visually impaired people, Nenad participated
As one of the projects that was implemented as part of Cultural Heritage without Borders and Balkan Museum Network’s activities on improving access in the museums in the western Balkans, the National Museum of BiH has been one of the museums that has in 2011 created a museum in a
History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina has dedicated to make museum more accessible to blind and partially sighted persons, through the project “Touch the History.” On the beginning of the project, they have significantly reduce ticket price for the persons with disabilities (80% reduction). In a following period, together with