EMEE: Museums Exhibiting Europe 2012 – 2016
EuroVision: Museums Exhibiting Europe (EMEE) is a European project for national and regional museums. It explores an innovative interdisciplinary approach for museums to reinterpret their objects in a broader context of European and transnational history. An international and trans-sectorial team consisting of scientists, museum experts and cultural workers follow this aim. New means of presentation, participation and staging shall enable visitors to gain access to transnational and European perspectives; especially those who usually do not visit museums, shall also be attracted. EMEE works creative concepts out for the "audience development" and tries to assign the museum a new role as a 'social arena' in an increasingly multicultural society. See more information on: www.museums-exhibiting-europe.de
ATELIER BRÜCKNER is responsible for organizing the "Young Scenographers' Contest". The exhibition of the award-winning projects will tour through Europe until middle of the year 2016.
'Exhibiting Europe' in the PARLAMENTARIUM in Brussels: 24th Sept - 05th Oct. The winners will present their concepts, 27th of September, 6 p.m., Brussels, Esplanade Solidarnosc 1980.
- Project Duration
- 01 Novermber 2012 – 31 October 2016
- Project Coordinator
- Chair of History Didactics, University of Augsburg, Germany
- Project Partners
- ATELIER BRÜCKNER GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany; National Museum of History, Sofia, Bulgaria; University Paris-Est Créteil – IUFM, Paris, France; University Roma Tre, Rome, Italy; National Archaeology Museum, Lisbon, Portugal; National Museum of Contemporary History, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Monochrom Kunstverein, Vienna, Austria
- EU Culture Programme (EACEA)
- Janine Pichler
- Logo Design
- Kerstin Halm, Günther Friesinger, monochrom