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2018 Network of European Museum Organisations conference to be held in Malta

'Malta is relevant for Europe in various sectors, not least in the sector of heritage and the arts' - Culture Minister

Staff Reporter
27 May 2015, 2:11pm
The Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO), connecting over 30,000 Museums throughout Europe, will be holding its 2018 annual conference in Malta.

This important event in the field of European Heritage will take place during Valletta’s tenure as European Capital of Culture.

Culture Minister Owen Bonnici said that Heritage Malta, through the new Museum of Fine Arts (MUŻA) project, will be proud to host the Network of European Museum Organisations. "Malta is relevant for Europe in various sectors, not least in the sector of heritage and the arts,” Bonnici said, adding that this would also be a good opportunity to put MUŻA on the European map.  

Bonnici explained that the conference was a unique opportunity to showcase the ground-breaking work, methodologies and results which the MUŻA project aspires to achieve and consolidate. “This is an opportunity not to be missed because of the networking possibilities,” he said.

NEMO Chairman David Vuillaume said that network was that well conversant with the MUŻA project and explained that MUŻA was not only in line with the values which NEMO seeks to promote but also superseding them. Vuillaume added that the Network of European Museum Organisations is very excited to hold its annual conference in Malta not only because it will coincide with Valletta’s European City of Culture title but also to celebrate the opening of MUŻA.

NEMO annual conferences happen in November every year and are attended by close to 150 delegates from all over Europe.

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