ICOM MPR

ICOM MPR ICOM MPR is the International Committee for Marketing and Public Relations of the International Council of Museums (ICOM). MPR provides its members with the opportunity for professional growth, works to develop good communications and marketing practices, and encourages a high level of professional and social networking amongst colleagues.
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If you are a museum professional or a student in this field and want to join us, please visit http://icom.museum/ and become a member. The president of the board is Ms. Meghan Curran, the vice president is Ms. Joy Hsin. For all board members please visit http://bit.ly/2vLNTvs.

If you are a museum professional or a student in this field and want to join us, please visit http://icom.museum/ and become a member. The president of the board is Ms. Meghan Curran, the vice president is Ms. Joy Hsin. For all board members please visit http://bit.ly/2vLNTvs.

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ICOM MPR joins all of our colleagues around the world in honoring planet earth and celebrating #EarthDay2021.We applaud ...
22/04/2021
ICOM joins 
the Global Coalition “United for Biodiversity”

ICOM MPR joins all of our colleagues around the world in honoring planet earth and celebrating #EarthDay2021.

We applaud International Council of Museums - ICOM's announcement to be an official supporter of EU Environment Global Coalition #UnitedforBiodiversity.

ICOM engages its network in the effort to overcome the ecological emergency, with a trio of challenges in the shape of biodiversity loss, climate change and pollution.

Statement from the American Alliance of Museums on the occasion of the verdict in the George Floyd murder trial:#ICOMMPR...
21/04/2021

Statement from the American Alliance of Museums on the occasion of the verdict in the George Floyd murder trial:
#ICOMMPR #blacklivesmatter

As interpreters and educators of history and culture, museums and museum professionals have borne witness and recorded our nation’s reckoning with issues of racial inequities in the past year. The trial and conviction of Derek Chauvin is a monumental case in US history signaling a change in our nation’s understanding of racial inequities caused by a history rooted in racism.

While there is some accountability in this case, the recent killings of Daunte Wright and Adam Toledo make it clear there is still an incredible amount of work to be done.

We commend the many organizations, community organizers, and groups of advocates and protestors on the ground–particularly the Floyd family–for their work in the fight for justice. Their work highlights the importance of mobilizing large, multi-racial groups to make substantive change. AAM is committed to learning from their perspectives, stories, action, and determination as we try to work towards a practice of anti-racism and racial equity within our own organization. Museums have the power to contribute to a more equitable and just nation by educating their communities, fostering empathy, lifting up previously untold stories, and reforming their own organizations.

We affirm today, and every day, that #BlackLivesMatter.

This statement is posted in its entirety above, and at this link: https://www.aam-us.org/2021/04/20/statement-on-the-verdict-of-the-state-of-minnesota-v-derek-michael-chauvin/

📣📣📣CALLING MUSEUM MARKETERS & COMMUNICATORS from Switzerland, Italy, France, Austria & Germany! THIS IS FOR YOU! 👇👇👇#ICO...
18/04/2021

📣📣📣CALLING MUSEUM MARKETERS & COMMUNICATORS from Switzerland, Italy, France, Austria & Germany! THIS IS FOR YOU! 👇👇👇
#ICOMMPR #TalkingAboutMuseums ICOM Italia Icom France ICOM Deutschland e.V. ICOM Österreich #imd2021

Interested in participating in the #IMD2021 Wikidata Competition from 3 to 18 May and win a prize? 🎗️
Join us, Wikimedia CH, Wikimedia Italia, Wikimédia France, Wikimedia DE and Wikimedia Österreich in celebrating #IMD2021 and help us improve the presence of museums on Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons and Wikidata!
#JIM2021 #DIM2021
Find out how to participate 👉 https://ecs.page.link/W8e8B

🌎🌏APRIL 21: Join #ICOM's #EarthDay2021 Webinar, which will explore sustainability in different regions & focus on partne...
17/04/2021
Earth Day webinar: Museums and Sustainability

🌎🌏APRIL 21: Join #ICOM's #EarthDay2021 Webinar, which will explore sustainability in different regions & focus on partnerships & communications! 👇👇👇

This ICOM webinar will cover issues related to sustainability and museums, bringing together museum professionals from four different regions

Mark your calendar to attend ICOM's General Assembly from home! Details below.👇
17/04/2021

Mark your calendar to attend ICOM's General Assembly from home! Details below.👇

The safety and health of all ICOM Members and staff is our priority. With the health crisis still going on, our Annual Meetings will be held online again in 2021⏯️ 🤳

Read more and discover how you can attend the ICOM General Assembly from your home!

ℹ️ https://icom.museum/en/news/2021-icom-general-assembly-online/

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La seguridad y la salud de todos nuestros miembros y del personal del ICOM es nuestra prioridad. Con la crisis sanitaria aún en marcha, nuestras Reuniones Anuales volverán a celebrarse en línea en 2021 ⏯️ 🤳

¡Descubra cómo puede asistir a la Asamblea General del ICOM desde su casa!

ℹ️ https://icom.museum/es/news/2021-icom-general-assembly-online/

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La sécurité et la santé de tous les membres et du personnel de l'ICOM sont notre priorité. La crise sanitaire étant toujours active, nos réunions annuelles se tiendront à nouveau en ligne en 2021⏯️ 🤳

Lisez la suite et découvrez comment vous pouvez assister à l'Assemblée générale de l'ICOM depuis chez vous !

ℹ️ https://icom.museum/en/news/2021-icom-general-assembly-online/

A Preview of the Near Future: #AAM2021's Keynote Speakers Priya Parker, Bryan Stevenson, and Sandra Cisneros At the 2021...
08/04/2021

A Preview of the Near Future: #AAM2021's Keynote Speakers Priya Parker, Bryan Stevenson, and Sandra Cisneros

At the 2021 AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo kickoff on May 24, Priya Parker, author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters, will explore how to have complicated conversations about community, identity, and vision at moments of transition.
On June 7 Bryan Stevenson, with his perspective as founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative (parent organization of The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama), will discuss the responsibility museums have in playing a leading role in the nation's truth and reconciliation.
Before beginning the second half of the day on June 7 join Sandra Cisneros, acclaimed Chicana writer and artist (and author of the coming-of-age novel, The House on Mango Street) whose work explores the lives of the working class.

Register today to join thousands of other museum professionals around the world for these powerful keynotes, and much more, May 24 and June 7-9: bit.ly/aam2021-register

Our full slate of 2021 AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo keynote speakers is here!

Join us to kick off #AAM2021 on May 24 with Priya Parker, and resume on June 7 with Bryan Stevenson and Sandra Cisneros. In case you missed our announcements, learn more about them here: annualmeeting.aam-us.org

Registration for #AAM2021 is open, including student and group rates. Those interested in deeply-discounted $25 registrations who have been furloughed, laid off, or unable to afford the full cost of registration are being notified on a rolling basis. Register today! bit.ly/aam2021-register

Rereadings: Highlighting the Gender Perspective Through Hypermedia
07/04/2021
Rereadings: Highlighting the Gender Perspective Through Hypermedia

Rereadings: Highlighting the Gender Perspective Through Hypermedia

(2020). Rereadings: Highlighting the Gender Perspective Through Hypermedia. Museum International: Vol. 72, LGBTQI+ Museums. Guest Editors: Renaud Chantraine and Bruno Brulon Soares, pp. 128-139.

🌏🌎 ICOM ICEE MARKETPLACE OF EXHIBITIONS   👉Don't let your museum miss out on some great exhibition opportunities! 👇Deadl...
07/04/2021

🌏🌎 ICOM ICEE MARKETPLACE OF EXHIBITIONS
👉Don't let your museum miss out on some great exhibition opportunities!
👇Deadline is one week away!

The April 15th deadline for exhibition proposals for our Marketplace is fasting approaching! Don’t miss it! The ICEE Marketplace of Exhibitions will be held as a virtual event on Tuesday, April 20, and Tuesday, April 27, 2021, both days from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM EST (New York). The event provides ICEE and other ICOM members with the opportunity to network with institutions who may be interested in hiring an exhibition or collaborating on a future exhibition project. The program includes a series of 5-minute pitches on exhibitions for which registered presenters are seeking venues, a partner, or multiple partners. Pitches will be grouped by exhibition type over the two-days, April 20 for Natural History and Science & Technology exhibitions, and April 27 for Art and Culture exhibitions.

Presenters should complete the exhibition information below and send it via email by Thursday April 15 to ICEE board members: Amanda Mayne [email protected], Hillary Spencer [email protected], and Julie Leclair [email protected] with the subject “ICEE Marketplace of Exhibitions”. Don’t miss this opportunity to increase your business, network and find new partners!

1. Organiser: [name of gallery, museum, science center, organization]
2. Objects: [number of works/artefacts/objects]
3. Space Requirements: [in sq. ft. and sq. meters; in one building or more]
4. Participation Fee: [If applicable. Itemise what is included in the fee, stating an actual fee is optional]
5. Shared Costs: [approx. costs & with how many institutions]
6. Schedule: [dates for each venue]
7. Publication: [short description if applicable]
8. Contact/s: [name of contact in organisation, address, e-mail & telephone]
9. Description of Exhibition: [1 slide]
10. Selected Images: [4 slides, maximum 8 images]
11. Date: [fact sheet creation]

For more information, please contact ICEE board members Amanda Mayne, Hillary Spencer, or Julie Leclair. #ICOMICEE2021 #exhibitionexchange #marketplace #marketplaceofexhibitionsandideas International Council of Museums - ICOM ICOM US

April 6 (Tuesday) 10:00 AM (EDT) Event: The National Museum of Afghanistan-Retrieving the Past, Securing the Future.  Sp...
05/04/2021

April 6 (Tuesday) 10:00 AM (EDT) Event: The National Museum of Afghanistan-Retrieving the Past, Securing the Future. Speakers include:
• Deborah Klimburg-Salter, Professor of Art History, University of Vienna, Austria/ Assoc. Dept. of South Asian Studies, Harvard University;
• Philippe Delanghe, Head of Cultural Unit, UNESCO, Kabul, Afghanistan; and
• Mohammad Fahim Rahimi, Director of the National Museum of Afghanistan, Kabul
Details and FREE registration at http://ow.ly/jITQ50EgNqW

April 6 (Tuesday) 10:00 AM (EDT) Event: The National Museum of Afghanistan-Retrieving the Past, Securing the Future. Speakers include:
• Deborah Klimburg-Salter, Professor of Art History, University of Vienna, Austria/ Assoc. Dept. of South Asian Studies, Harvard University;
• Philippe Delanghe, Head of Cultural Unit, UNESCO, Kabul, Afghanistan; and
• Mohammad Fahim Rahimi, Director of the National Museum of Afghanistan, Kabul
Details and FREE registration at http://ow.ly/jITQ50EgNqW

This is how you do it!"Twenty-two mummified members of ancient Egyptian royalty passed through downtown Cairo in an awe-...
04/04/2021
Royal Mummies Paraded Through Downtown Cairo In Museum Move

This is how you do it!
"Twenty-two mummified members of ancient Egyptian royalty passed through downtown Cairo in an awe-inspiring parade on Saturday. The event, which drew fanfare to the country's robust collections of antiquities in an elaborate procession, saw the mummies being relocated from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, about 3 miles away in nearby Fustat."
#ICOMMPR #TalkingAboutMuseums ICOM EGYPT #museums National Museum of Egyptian Civilization

The remains of 24 pharaohs, 18 kings and four queens, were relocated to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization on Saturday in an elaborate event designed to attract tourists to the new museum.

Is your museum endowment invested ethically?“Since many museums share the values of diversity, equity, inclusion and acc...
04/04/2021
How museums can ethically invest their money

Is your museum endowment invested ethically?
“Since many museums share the values of diversity, equity, inclusion and access, this is a good place to start being intentional about the endowment.” –Laura Callanan, founding partner, Upstart Co-lab. #ICOMMPR #TalkingAboutMuseums International Council of Museums - ICOM #museums

There are plenty of funds with good Environmental, Social and Governance ratings, and the financial returns often outperform the S&P 500

Visitor numbers at the world’s top 100 museums and art galleries plunged by 77% last year, down from 230 million in 2019...
03/04/2021
Visits to world's top 100 museums and galleries fall 77% due to Covid

Visitor numbers at the world’s top 100 museums and art galleries plunged by 77% last year, down from 230 million in 2019 to just 54 million as the pandemic forced closure on an unprecedented scale.

#ICOMMPR #museum #pandemic

Institutions across globe could take years to recover from disastrous 2020, suggests survey

The National Gallery is to offer its first exhibition designed for mobile phones, allowing people to experience in incre...
03/04/2021
National Gallery creates its first show designed for mobile phones

The National Gallery is to offer its first exhibition designed for mobile phones, allowing people to experience in incredible detail a 16th-century Dutch masterpiece telling the story of the birth of Jesus.

#ICOMMPR

People will be able to explore a 16th-century masterpiece by the Dutch painter Jan Gossaert

🌎🌍🌏Get ready for #icomprague2022 by following ICOM General Conference on Facebook, @ICOMGC on Twitter, and @icomgc on In...
30/03/2021

🌎🌍🌏Get ready for #icomprague2022 by following ICOM General Conference on Facebook, @ICOMGC on Twitter, and @icomgc on Instagram!
ICOM Czech Republic #ICOMMPR #TalkingAboutMuseums

Ladies and gentlemen, Prague Congress Centre...are you looking forward? :) @icomczechrepublic @IcomOfficiel #ICOMPrague2022

ICOM Europe presents the Annual Spring WebinarTopic: Europe's “Big Museums” and Covid - the biggest museums talk about t...
25/03/2021

ICOM Europe presents the Annual Spring Webinar

Topic: Europe's “Big Museums” and Covid - the biggest museums talk about the impact: present and future.

🗓️ March 30 @ 1300 (GTM)
Free access to join in: https://bit.ly/38PhedE

ICOM Europe presents the Annual Spring Webinar

Topic: Europe's “Big Museums” and Covid - the biggest museums talk about the impact: present and future.

🗓️ March 30 @ 1300 (GTM)
Free access to join in: https://bit.ly/38PhedE

International Council of Museums - ICOM

The #IMD2021 poster is available in 22 languages so far! The IMD poster is the image that unites museums and their profe...
25/03/2021
The poster - IMD

The #IMD2021 poster is available in 22 languages so far!
The IMD poster is the image that unites museums and their professionals around the theme:
"#TheFutureOfMuseums: Recover and Recreate"!
More info here 👉 http://bit.ly/imd2021-poster

Every year, ICOM creates an International Museum Day poster to illustrate the theme. For the 2021 edition, The Future of Museums: Recover and Reimagine we chose a neutral figure, immersed in a hybrid physical-digital universe with an emphasis on two key issues for our future: sustainability and comm...

For your reading pleasure, click on the graphic below."...Appropriate marketing management has a positive impact on muse...
25/03/2021

For your reading pleasure, click on the graphic below.

"...Appropriate marketing management has a positive impact on museum audiences, the institution itself and its collections. It can also enhance urban development by revitalising rundown areas."

#ICOMMPR #TalkingAboutMuseums

🔊#ICOMVoices
"Strategic Marketing Management in Museums and its Influence in the Development of Communities and Cultural Districts" by Luis Walias Rivera

Discover how strategic marketing processes can positively impacts museum audiences, the institution and its collections, while at the same time enhancing urban development by revitalising rundown areas.

📖 https://ecs.page.link/NH93g

MUSEUM COMMUNICATORS: Here's what the Mongolian Military Museum did last year! As you prepare for the #IMD2021, don't fo...
25/03/2021

MUSEUM COMMUNICATORS:
Here's what the Mongolian Military Museum did last year!
As you prepare for the #IMD2021, don't forget to register your planned event on ICOM's interactive map to reach audiences globally! 👉 https://bit.ly/imd2021-map
#imd2021 #ICOMMPR #TalkingAboutMuseums

In this very moment an interesting event takes place: together with 226 participants #ICOMGermany is discussing the topi...
24/03/2021

In this very moment an interesting event takes place: together with 226 participants #ICOMGermany is discussing the topic #MuseumDefinition #TalkingAboutMuseums

In this very moment an interesting event takes place: together with 226 participants #ICOMGermany is discussing the topic #MuseumDefinition #TalkingAboutMuseums

ICOM/ALIPH Foundation Webinar: 19 March 2021, 9-11 am GMTRegister: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_o_j2qjR4TziY-KAT7...
16/03/2021
Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: "When Private Homes Become Museums: Transforming the Sursock Palace after the Beirut Blast." After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

ICOM/ALIPH Foundation Webinar: 19 March 2021, 9-11 am GMT
Register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_o_j2qjR4TziY-KAT7ATGIw

When the blast at Beirut’s port ravaged the Lebanese capital on August 4, 2020, several gems of the city’s heritage were left in ruins. Among them, the images of the devastated Sursock Palace shocked the world heritage community.

In the immediate aftermath, ICOM was able to provide support thanks to its Emergency response protocol and the reactivity of local and international partners. This effective, coordinated effort was the topic of the third webinar of our Capacity Building Series, that took place on the November 4, 2020.

Now, thanks to the continued support of ALIPH and local and international partners, the Sursock Palace will begin a new phase in its history, starting a process of transformation into a cultural space and museum.

This ALIPH-ICOM joint webinar will focus on the transformation of privately-owned heritage into private museums and cultural spaces. Mary Cochrane will present the vision for the Sursock Palace Museum and four speakers will present successful projects of such transformation in France, Jordan, the Netherlands, and the UK. The goal of this event is to highlight the difficulties, but also the importance of projects of this kind.

With simultaneous interpretation in English and French

Opening remarks: Sarkis Khoury, Director General, Directorate General of Antiquities, Lebanon Valéry Freland, Executive Director, ALIPH Speakers: Mary Cochrane, Owner, Sursock Palace Ben Cowell, General Director, Historie Houses, UK Yvonne Ploum, Director, ErfgoedAcademie, the Netherlands, and Chai...

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MESSAGE FROM ICOM ZAMBIA PRESIDENT MUSEUMS DAY 2020 Dear ICOM Family in Zambia, I wish you well as the Museum fraternity throughout the world commemorates such an occasion of significant importance in our professional life, in our Exhibitions, our plans and also in our everyday life. Unfortunately the advent of the Covid 19 pandemic has robbed us of our traditional style of remembering this day but still we can’t fold our hands……We will soldier on, and with God’s Grace we will overcome it. Our theme this year is focusing on matters surrounding diversity, inequalities and inclusion .Our Human diversity and cultural differences are the epitome of beauty which we must document and exhibit through our research outcomes. Our Communities has volumes of stories and artifacts which tell interesting storylines which our visitors thirst and yearn to hear, view and enjoy. There is need to include circumstances of vulnerable marginalized groups and challenges of minority people like Albinos, the dispossessed communities and people living with disabilities in our stories, they need space in our show cases. Inequalities are visible in our societies and these are vivid through gender disparities, and the need to promote peace, justice promotes strong social institutions to address these issues as espoused in the sustainable development goals. There will be great challenges to adapt to the new normal of social distancing, quarantining, and working from home outside the sanctuaries of our collections. Covid 19 demands our initiatives, exploring minds and creativity. We must endeavor to continue our work with resilience and determination even under limited resources, technologies and infrastructure. ICOM Zambia is still inviting new members to join ICOM, and my team wishes to applaud the efforts by Nsingo Museum and Chikanta Palace Museum, the Women in History Museum Network including our friends at Nayuma Museum for keeping the story of Community Museums Alive. As president I also commend the Private Museums for bringing balance and making the importance of Museums more relevant than ever. To all the National Museums, I salute you for carrying the Zambian flag High. I wish to end by thanking the National Museums Board of Zambia for its Counsel, Support and Guidance. My prayer is that the Pandemic can be over soon to enable us host the Decolonization Conference which was scheduled for August 2020.Please remember to stay safe, let’s support the frontline workers and our leaders for every effort. The world needs us, Happy Museums Day to Everyone. EMMANUEL HAMATWI ICOM Zambia National Committee President 18 May 2018
The question of definition is a question of unique selling points. Derived from the historical genesis of the institution of the museum, I consider three aspects to be extremely important: (a) the collection of "originals" (b) the permanence of the institution (c) the question of the sphere of responsibility. This is a major challenge in transforming the definition of the museum into the 21st century: (a) What do we see as "original" in the age of digitalization and medialization? (b) Is it sustainable to question the permanence of the institution museum itself? (c) In what ways can we competently expand the scope of responsibility of the institution museum in such a manner that it remains socially relevant? And: We should clearly make a difference between #definition, #mission and #vision. Because if we formulate a expanded definition, we will exclude many museums. Deborah Ziska Anna Dentoni Tamara Ognjević #museumdefinition #ICOM
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