May 10, 2021
Collaborative Partherships – An Important Message for the International Museum Day Conference
INTERCOM, ICOM SEE and ICR ANNOUNCEMENT
Since the International Museum Day 2021 focuses on rethinking the museum of the future to meet the challenges of the present, INTERCOM and ICOM SEE with co-operation of ICR are joining forces in a shared WEBINAR, on 20th May 2021.
INTERCOM and ICOM SEE will join forces in presenting two important projects in which they collaborate, and ICR will present a snapshot of the activities of the regional museums in the present, which will illustrate the importance of the collaborations that will be presented by the partners.
ICOM’s committees and alliances collaboration is a necessity whose aim is to strengthen the impact of the activities thus contributing to the organisation’s mission and vision. The projects seek how to achieve positive results for museums and prevent crisis that threaten to unbalance museums on the global level. In collaborative projects partners rely on each other’s expertise and improve services for the museum community.
INTERCOM successfully applied for grants submitting proposals to two ICOM calls and in both of them the important partner is ICOM SEE, a very active regional alliance that has a huge experience in collaborative partnerships. In the project “INTERCOM GLOBAL MUSEUM LEADERSHIP STUDY AND KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM” funded by the Solidarity Fund there are other partners – ICOM Czech Republic, ICOM India, ICOM Zambia, ICOM Czech Republic and ICOFOM. The Special Project “MUSEUM WATCH GOVERNANCE MANAGEMENT PROJECT” is implemented with INTERCOM, CIMAM, ICOM SEE and ICOM Poland.
INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM DAY WEBINAR, 20th May 2021, 13.00 CET
Duration 2 hours. Language: English
Pre-register your interest by sending an email to: email@example.com (Technicla support – The Posavje Museum Brežice, Slovenia) no later than 18 May 2021. Registered participants will get the certificate of attendance.
Please join us on the following link: https://zoom.us/j/91804898956
The webinar is free of charge.
13.00 – 13.15
Welcome address by Goranka Horjan (INTERCOM), Alenka Černelič Krošelj (ICOM SEE) and Irena Žmuc (ICR) regarding the future of museums and importance of partnerships.
13.20 – 14.10.
Goranka Horjan, INTERCOM: INTERCOM GLOBAL MUSEUM LEADERSHIP STUDY AND KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM – (Partners: INTERCOM, ICOFOM, ICOM Czech Republic, ICOM India, ICOM Zambia, ICOM SEE)
Noga Raved, ICR: Results of the survey: THE STATUS OF MUSEUMS’ DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC – ONE YEAR AFTER THE BREAKOUT
Bart de Baere, CIMAM: MUSEUM WATCH GOVERNANCE MANAGEMENT PROJECT (Partners: INTERCOM, CIMAM, ICOM SEE, ICOM Poland)
14.10. – 14.30
Panel moderated by Alenka Černelič Krošelj with the presenters.
14.30. – 15.00
Questions and answers from the audience