Applications For Small Grants 2021

We are inviting member museums to apply to a competitive public call under “Small grants 2021” scheme. Up to 1.100 EUR will be granted to up to 5 member museums in one or more thematic areas: Audience engagement Collection care Heritage interpretation To qualify for funding, a project must: Be

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A Touch of Art

“National Institute and Museums – Bitola” invites you to the international webinar “A Touch of Art – the inclusion of visually impaired and blind people in museums” which will be held on 21 Jan 12021 in the period from 10:00 to 12:00, via the Zoom platform. The event consists of

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Doll’s talks – Work in progress

From January 2021 the  Museum of Vojvodina in Novi Sad starts with the new educational programme for families and groups. The Puppet Theater performances tell two stories of the museum Helmet from grandma’s garden and Ah love. Interesting stories will be told using innovative interpretative tool for the part of

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Increasing museum access

Archaeological Museum of Republic of North Macedonia produced ten tactile images with Braille, displayed in the exhibition area near the original artifacts, with one main reason – increasing the inclusiveness. Taking an advantage of the Covid-19 situation the museum has published educational videos in sign language on museum’s social media

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Videos of museum educators on inclusive methods

Thanks to financial support of the US Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina BMN has been able to record several museum educators within the project “Tinkering and Making for Human Rights – Educational activities for children with disabilities in museums”.  Museums who partnered in the project – Museum of Herzegovina in

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Examples of inclusive museum practices in BiH

The Balkans Museum Network has collected some of the examples of museum work in Bosnia and Herzegovina around inclusion of disabled people. Examples differ in their scope, frequency, thematic focus, number of partners, participants and other characteristics, but all have in common heartfelt the effort and desires of museum pedagogues,

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Who are Kulenovic brothers?

Travnik Homeland Museum is one of two museums implementing the project funded through the Small Grants 2020 scheme. The first stage in the realization of the project “Art and Sports against totalitarianism: the Kulenovic brothers in the fight against fascism” has been marked by two events that took place on

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Sharing and learning on inclusion

Inclusive museum practices in BiH were presented at the History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina on September 24 and 25, 2020 as the final conference of the project “Tinkering and Making for Human Rights – Improving Cultural Participation of Children with Disabilities”. “Museums around the world are increasingly striving to

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Recordings of the webinars

If you missed the two webinars about museum education practices and inclusion of disabled people in museums’ programmes you can find the recordings on BMN YouTube chanel. If you would like to present something to others we would love to hear from you! Just send an email about your  webinar

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Strengthening inclusive museum education

September is full of activities towards strengthening inclusive museum education! We are inviting you to apply to two webinars that will be given by very experienced and knowledgeable regional experts. It is great honor to announce the webinars by Dragan and Zeljka! On Sep 16th at 3 p.m. Dragan Kiurski

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