Mission, vision and values

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][vc_column_text] Mission: The Balkan Museum Network (BMN) exists to celebrate, preserve and share the complex common heritage of the Balkans and to create, through cooperation, a strong, collective voice for Balkan heritage and the museum profession. Our mission is thus to change museums in the Balkans by: (a) supporting the

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Members

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][vc_column_text][bra_list style=’colored-counter-list’] Archaeological Museum of Apollonia Archaeological Museum Durres Art Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosniak Institute – Adil Zulfikarpasic Foundation Bratko Museum of Oriental Art, Korca Bunk’Art Centre of National Museums Berat City Museum – Kriva Palanka City Museum of Novi Sad Erseka Museum Ethnographic Museum of Peja Gallery

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Leadership in culture today: perceptions, specificities, needs

The questions about the role of culture and cultural leadership in today’s society are closely connected to artistic experimentation, freedom of expression as well as the use of culture as a medium for rethinking contemporary social and political issues. There are voices that praise the social role of leadership in

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“Meet, See, Do 2016!” Call for Applications

It is organized by the Balkan Museum Network, happening for the fourth time, gathering museum and heritage professionals from the Balkans. This year, we will gather in Shkodra (Albania), on April 13-15. Partner of BMN fourth annual museum conference is the Historical Museum of Shkodra. Key themes that are going

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Nine museum professionals join Balkan Museums Access Group

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Coming from six Balkan countries, nine individuals have joined the Balkan Museums Access Group (BMAG), a permanent working group of the Balkan Museum Network. The Network is committed to increasing accessibility of museums for everyone, and especially for Deaf and disabled people. BMAG is made of individuals who are

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“MAA for all, all to the MAA”

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”.

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Apply to be facilitator at the Meet, See, Do 2016!

For the first time, Balkan Museum Network is launching an official Call for facilitators of workshops sessions at the Meet, See, Do 2016! We would like to hear more about your amazing and participatory work you did within your museum. See more details in Call for Applications and apply till 30 January

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“Stories from the past” for better inclusion

“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

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Balkan Museums Access Group is looking for new members!

Balkan Museum Network is proud of its working group in the area of access and inclusion of disabled people “The Balkan Museums Access Group (BMAG)”. BMAG is made up of people working in museums in the Balkans who are active in their own museums and in other museums across the

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The Tactile Museum – National Historical Museum, Albania

On 12 June 2015 the National Historical Museum participated with “The Tactile Museum”, in the event “Culturally different – Diversely able Access to right and services & Anti-discrimination, the Disability Perspective”, organized by the Institute of blind people: “Ramazan Kabashi” in cooperation with TACSO and other non-governmental organizations where it

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