Projects

China-Latvia Museum Education Exchange

China-Latvia Museum Education Exchange

In 2015 ASEMUS’ Educational Exchange and Outreach Programme supports a project involving the Shanghai Museum (China) and the Latvian National Museum of Art.  Read More

Philippines-UK Museum Education Exchange

Philippines-UK Museum Education Exchange

In 2015, ASEMUS’ Educational Exchange and Outreach Programme supported a project involving the National Museum of the Philippines and the UK’s Natural History Museum.  Read More

Korea and Germany: Museum Education Exchange

Korea and Germany: Museum Education Exchange

In 2014, ASEMUS’ Educational Exchange and Outreach Programme supports a project submitted by staff at the GRASSI Museum of Ethnography (Leipzig, Germany) and the National Folk Museum of Korea (Seoul). Sylvia Wackernagel and Eunmi Yi will each spend two weeks at each other’s museum.  Read More

Viet Nam and Finland: Museum Education Exchange

Viet Nam and Finland: Museum Education Exchange

A project submitted by staff of the Helinä Rautavaara Museum (Espoo, Finland) and the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology (Hanoi) has been selected under the 2014 call of ASEMUS’ Educational Exchange and Outreach Programme.  Read More

ASEMUS: Challenges and Priorities in 2014

This video presents the views of some members of ASEMUS Executive Committee on the network, its value added and forthcoming priorities.  Read More

Educational Exchange Programme: Interview with Jenny Siung

Educational Exchange Programme: Interview with Jenny Siung

The ASEMUS Exchange of Museum Educators Grant Programme enhances professional development of museum educators in Asia and Europe and strengthens connections and cultural understanding between the two regions.  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

Mapping of Asian Collections

Mapping of Asian Collections

The objective of the mapping Asian collections project is to increase the visibility and knowledge about Asian Collections in Europe and Asia.
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Hidden Base of Borobudor

Hidden Base of Borobudor

The ancient 9th century Buddhist temple site of Borobudor in central Java, Indonesia, was the focus of an ASEMUS research project first developed in 2003. Three institutions, namely the National Research and Development Centre of Archaeology, Jakarta; the National Museum of Ethnology, Leiden; and the Tropenmuseum, collaborated on the project. The champion of this project […]  Read More

Caption: VCM Board of Trustees meets in Stockholm, Sweden in October 2011 to consider the 2011 yearly report and to adopt plans for 2012

Virtual Collection of Asian Masterpieces

The Virtual Collection of Asian Masterpieces (VCM) is about sharing. Objects that are physically far apart and spread out in museum collections all over the Eurasian continent are brought together in the virtual world.  Read More

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