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Monthly Archivemaggio 2017

Beauty and business: come valorizzare il patrimonio culturale – Incontro con Björn Stenvers

Nella settimana di studi del 5-9 giugno 2017, i corsisti del Master di II livello “Standards for museum education” incontreranno Björn Stenvers, Director of Foundation of the Amsterdam Museums, sul tema “Beauty and business: come valorizzare il patrimonio culturale”.

 

Biography Björn Stenvers
Björn is Executive Director of Fonds de Dotation de l’ICOM of the International Committee of Museums (ICOM[1]) based at UNESCO in Paris[2]. Stenvers had been director of the Amsterdam Museums Foundation from 2013 to 2017. He also set up several Museum Academies for museum staff trainings in Amsterdam, Rostov, Aruba, Altai and the Moscow Zoo Academy.
Björn Stenvers worked as director of marketing at the Amsterdam Heritage Museums until 2012. He was in the Cultural Leadership International program of the British Council 2010-2011. For 2012 and 2013 he coordinated the World Heritage Site of the Canal Ring together with Amsterdam Marketing. From 2013 he set up and worked on the development of the Amsterdam Museums Foundation. He has degrees in Marketing, Art History and Communications.
Internationally he advices Ministries of Culture on working together for better returns. Stenvers lectures in Rome in the prestigious Universita Roma Tre Post Doc program, in Amsterdam and in Moscow where he is the only Dutch participant in the Presidential program for all Russian Ministers at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA/ MSSES).[3]
He holds a number of board positions; chair of the People’s University of Amsterdam, chair of the Diamond Museum Amsterdam, ICOM MPR, the Amsterdam Light Festival and trustee of the World Heritage Site of Brest Fortress. He is married to singer Tamara Hoekwater.
[1] http://icom.museum
[2] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fonds_de_dotation_de_l%E2%80%99ICOM
[3] http://ion.ranepa.ru/en/about/staff/928/  and http://www.msses.ru/about/teachers/2752/

 

Settimana di studi – Research in museum education

Ha preso avvio la settimana di studi in presenza del Master “Standards for Museum education”che vedrà coinvolti docenti italiani e stranieri per una serie di incontri sulle diverse aree di ricerca della didattica museale.

15 e 16 maggio: Antonia Liguori (Loughborough University – UK). STORYING’ THE CULTURAL HERITAGE: EXPLORING HOW TO APPLY DIGITAL STORYTELLING IN CULTURAL AND HERITAGE EDUCATION IN THE LIGHT OF 21ST CENTURY LEARNING

17 maggio: Veronique Vassal (Institut Catholique de Paris). LA MOSTRA “SITI ETERNI, DA BAMIYAN A PALMIRA”: ORIGINALITÀ DELLA MUSEOLOGA E NUOVE TECNOLOGIE PER SENSIBILIZZARE L’OPINIONE PUBBLICA SULLA DISTRUZIONE DEI SITI ARCHEOLOGICI

17 e 18 maggio: Emma Nardi (CDM e Università degli studi Roma Tre). LE MOSTRE TEMPORANEE COME DISCORSO: INVENTIO, DISPOSITIO, ELOCUTIO.

19 maggio: Antonella Poce (CDM, Università degli studi di Roma Tre e Direttore del Master). DEFINIZIONE DI PERCORSI DIDATTICI INNOVATIVI.

STORYING’ THE CULTURAL HERITAGE. Incontro con Antonia Liguori

ANTONIA LIGUORI (SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, ENGLISH AND DRAMA, LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY) incontrerà i corsisti del Master “Standards for museum education” nei giorni 15 e 16 maggio per un seminario sul tema del Digital Storytelling nell’ambito della mediazione museale.

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