Do you know what the objectives of the European project SHIFT are? Would you like to understand the importance of metadata and descriptions in managing museum collections and artifacts? Are you using the Omeka and Omeka S platforms? What strategies exist for the effective digital cataloging of collections and sub-collections?
Join us at the prestigious ‘Meet, See, Do 2024 – International Museum Conference that Makes the Difference’ in Tivat, Montenegro, on 18-19 April 2024. Together, we can safeguard cultural heritage during crises and truly make a difference in the field! ‘Meet, See, Do’ promises to inspire, facilitate the sharing of
In the National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina, adolescents are common visitors during organized high-school visits, but we lack their self-motivated visits. With this program (implemented from September until December 2023) we wanted to make the contents of our museum’s collection more relevant to the life experiences of adolescents and
The Museum of Vojvodina has one of the oldest pedagogical services in the Republic of Serbia. Museum pedagogues and educators create programs for different categories of audience, but the most beautiful and favorite programs are those created for the youngest visitors. Although several publications for children have been published, for
The final call for small grants projects is out and we are inviting member museums to apply to a competitive public call under “Small grants 2024” scheme. Did you know that through the Balkan Museum Network more than 50 projects were supported since 2010? Member institutions can apply for project
The topic of the next year’s international museum conference that makes the difference “Meet, See, Do” will be Safeguarding Cultural Heritage in the Time of Crisis. MSD 2024 will be held in Montenegro, where we will partner with our great member Museum and Gallery Tivat. We are happy to have
Artifacts are constantly threatened by so many different actions, most notably looting, smuggling, and illicit trade. One of the major consequences of these illegal activities is the dissociation, meaning the loss of information associated with an object, such as origin, identification and location, without which the object loses its significance.
As we approach the final chapter of 2023, let’s gather for a moment of reflection, celebration, and inspiration! Join us for a transformative online event on December 21st, 2023 at 2 p.m. to rewind the tape of the year that unfolded. In the realm of screens and stories, we’ll delve
Writen by: Vedrana Arsenić, Zenica City Museum Zenica City Museum has been nurturing the concept of an open museum for years. One of the most important components of this type of activity and influence is interactive work with the audience, especially with children. We constantly strive, through various activities, to
We would love to hear from museum colleagues from the Balkan Museum Network and other organizations and institutions who are currently conducting research. Let us know about your scientific area within the heritage and museum sectors, including heritage institutes, agencies and other GLAM institutions. BMN is a partner in in