University Museum of Cultural Heritage

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6th General Conference

24-27 September 2014, Weltmuseum Wien, Vienna, Austria Theme: Exploring Borders The 6th Asia-Europe Museum Network (ASEMUS) General Conference was held at Weltmuseum Wien (World Museum Vienna), Austria, from 24th to 27th September 2014. The conference was organised with the support of the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF). The conference included two half-day sessions of parallel panels for […]  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

Museum Education Outreach and Public Programme

Museum Education Outreach and Public Programme

Museums and their collections are a highly visible part of the cultural scene in every country and build large and loyal audiences with their programmes of education and outreach. The exchange between museum teachers and outreach staff is one of the main activities within ASEMUS. The programne is designed as a twinning project between two […]  Read More

National Museum of Korea

National Museum of Korea

Since its establishment as the Imperial Museum of the Korean Empire in Seoul in 1909, the museum has been relocated many times. Today the National Museum of Korea (NMK) is located in Yongsan, Seoul.  Read More

National Museums of World Culture, Sweden

National Museums of World Culture, Sweden

The National Museums of World Culture in Sweden was established in 1999 as the result of a national initiative to link the international museum collections in Sweden to the globalization process. The organization consists of four museums; The Museum Ethnography, the Museum of Far-Eastern Antiquities, the Museum of Mediterranean and Near-Eastern Antiquities and the Museum of World Culture.  Read More

Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia, in Kuala Lumpur, is one of the world’s youngest museums, and is committed to giving exposure to different Islamic cultures.  Read More

The Asia and Pacific Museum in Warsaw, Poland

The Asia and Pacific Museum in Warsaw, Poland

The Asia and Pacific Museum in Warsaw, Poland was founded in 1973, based on the private Indonesian collection of Andrzej Wawrzyniak, sailor and diplomat, appointed its director for lifetime. Since then the public Museum, the only one in Poland devoted exclusively to the cultures of Asia and Oceania.  Read More

Durham University Oriental Museum, United Kingdom

Durham University Oriental Museum, United Kingdom

The Oriental Museum is the Asian art, antiquities, and material culture museum of Durham University in England. It was opened in 1960, to house and display a remarkable collection, of world renown, covering the entire range of human history and prehistory.  Read More

Chester Beatty Library, Ireland

Chester Beatty Library, Ireland

The Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, Ireland, is a public charitable trust established under the will of the late Sir Alfred Chester Beatty, which was granted probate in 1969. The Library is in the ownership of a Board of Trustees who holds it for the use and benefit of the public.  Read More

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