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1 PM - Doors

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BeMUSEUM #4

9 OF OCTOBER 2020

AT THE JEWISH MUSEUM OF BELGIUM

1PM - DOORS

1.30PM - 1.40PM 

WELCOME SPEECH

by Barbara Cuglietta, Director of the Jewisch Museum of Belgium

1.40 PM -  2PM

INTRODUCTORY WORD

Presented by SHARE-ORG, Urban.brussels and CECA


The conference day will open on an overview of the situation in museums today after analyses of different surveys conducted throughout this particular year.

 

2PM - 3.30PM

PANEL I - FUNDING AND THE NEW NORMAL IN MUSEUMS

Presented by ICOM Belgium Flanders

 

Full description coming soon.

 

Speakers (& more to come)

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Julia PAGEL

Keynote Speaker (EN)

NEMO

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Sergio Sevellon

Moderator (NL/FR)

ICOM Belgium Flanders

3.30PM - 4PM

BREAK

4PM - 6PM

PANEL II : MUSEUMS AND ACTIVISM : NEUTRALITY QUESTIONNED

Presented by ICOM Wallonie-Bruxelles, Musées et Société en Wallonie and Brussels Museums

 

It’s 2020 and it’s time to face it, neutrality does not exist in museums. What is shown and programmed in museums is the result of choices. Through their offer, museums reflect on past, present and future and therefore give meaning to the society they operate in. In a post-colonial era where organizations are to be held responsible to the communities they serve, how can we make room for the previously unheard, yet equally important voices? How can museums truly become more participatory, representative and inclusive and move over to concrete actions?

 

Speakers

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Melat GEBEYAW NIGUSSIE

Speaker (NL/EN)

Centre for Fine Arts (BOZAR)

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Ama KORANTENG-KUMI

Speaker (NL)

Middelheim Museum in Antwerp

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Speaker (FR)

Manuelina DUARTE

Gladys Vercammen-Grandjean

Gladys VERCAMMEN-GRANDJEAN

Moderator (FR/NL/EN)

Brussels Museums

6PM - 9PM

CLOSING DRINK & NETWORKING PARTY 

With  DJ Fatou Sow from the SUPAFLY COLLECTIVE

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// BeMuseum 2019 ADAM - Brussels Design Museum 11/10/2019

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// BeMuseum 2017 Royal Institute of Natural Sciences 13/10/2017

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// BeMuseum 2016 Royal Museum of Fine Arts  

14/10/2016

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