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ASEMUS Executive Committee Meeting, Seoul, 2012

ASEMUS Executive Committee Meeting, Seoul, 2012

    The ASEMUS Executive Committee was held at the National Museum of Korea, Seoul, on the 12th September 2012. This was followed by the VCM Trustees meeting in the afternoon. At this Executive Committee meeting, the meeting was briefed on the updates of the ASEMUS website and other on-going projects. The Executive Committee also welcomed two […]  Read More

[France] Opening of the new Islamic Galleries at the Louvre

[France] Opening of the new Islamic Galleries at the Louvre

Come 22 September, the long awaited new wing featuring the treasures from the Islamic world at the Louvre, will be opened to the public.   Read More

5th General Conference

13-15 September 2012, National Museum of Korea, Seoul, South Korea Theme: New and Sustainable Museum Education The three-day General Conference was organised and hosted by the National Museum of Korea (NMK) in Seoul. Themed around New and Sustainable Museum Education, it focused on the three following areas: ‘Policies and Strategies for Museum Education’, ‘Museums and […]  Read More

Yoo Geum Museum of Roof-end Tiles, Korea

Yoo Geum Museum of Roof-end Tiles, Korea

The YooGeumMuseum of Roof-end Tile is Korea’s only museum dedicated to showcasing roof tiles. The museum was opened in January, 2008 and is located on Seokpajeonggil where Mt. Bukhan and Mt. Inwang in Seoul unfold on either side.  Read More

Bagan Archaeological Museum, Myanmar

Bagan Archaeological Museum, Myanmar

In 1904, Mr.Taw Sein Kho, Superintendent of the former Epigraphic Office, opened a museum on the north of Ananda Temple, in which stone inscriptions and archaeological objects collected around Bagan were displayed.   Read More

Independent Administrative Institution National Museum of Art, Japan

Independent Administrative Institution National Museum of Art, Japan

The Independent Administrative Institution National Museum of Art is the national institution comprising all of the national art museums in Japan.
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The State Ethnographical Museum, Poland

The State Ethnographical Museum, Poland

The State Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw established in 1888, is the largest institution of its kind in Poland. It boasts the largest collection of ethnographic exhibits and archival records in the country, amounting to around 78,000 objects and over 170,000 various archival materials.  Read More

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