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Call for Participation: World Heritage Young Experts Forum 2015 | Germany

Call for Participation: World Heritage Young Experts Forum 2015 | Germany

The World Heritage Young Experts Forum 2015 will be held in Germany in June 2015, before the 39th session of the World Heritage Committee. Apply by 23 March.  Read More

Online Course: Innovative Approaches to Curating

Online Course: Innovative Approaches to Curating

The Node Center for Curatorial Studies is offering an online course entitled “Expanding Exhibitions: Innovative Approaches to Curating”. Led by independent curator Lauren Reid, it will be held between 11 March and 1 April 2015.  Read More

Linden-Museum Stuttgart, Germany

Linden-Museum Stuttgart, Germany

One of the largest museums of ethnology in Europe, the collections of the Linden-Museum Stuttgart comprise around 160,000 items from all world regions.  Read More

Exhibition: "Myanmar - The Golden Land" | Germany

Exhibition: “Myanmar – The Golden Land” | Germany

The exhibition “Myanmar – The Golden Land” is presented at the Linden-Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, between 18 October 2014 and 17 May 2015.  Read More

Exhibition: "Myanmar: Pagodas, Longyis and Nat Spirits" | Germany

Exhibition: “Myanmar: Pagodas, Longyis and Nat Spirits” | Germany

The exhibition ‘Myanmar. Pagodas, Longyis and Nat Spirits’ can be visited at the Five Continents Museum in Munich, Germany, an ASEMUS member, between 19 September 2014 and 3 May 2015. It presents a collection of objects gathered over 100 years ago and which had not been exhibited before.  Read More

Porzellansammlung (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden), Germany

Porzellansammlung (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden), Germany

Dresden’s Porzellansammlung (Porcelain Collection) is the most exquisite and also the largest, specialist ceramics collection in the world.  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

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