LIVING IN EUROPE - MUSEOEUROPE/ICOM EUROPE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
5 scientific research institutions
9 different university departments
3 independent researchers
The Regional Museum Maribor is inviting you to take part at the international symposium entitled LIVING IN EUROPE.
The project was enabled by the Municipality of Maribor and by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia
THE HONORARY PATRON OF THE PROJECT IS THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA, MR. BORUT PAHOR
In Cooperation with ICOM Europe, ICOM Slovenia, ICOM Italy, ICOM Austria, ICOM SEE
To follow the symposium please use the web links:
For Thursday, October 14: https://youtu.be/gNenPeembH0
For Friday, October 15: https://youtu.be/ea-ovqCjcK8
Be part of our cultural heritage marathon!
The reminiscences of the European heritage are based on cunning, abduction and rape, “committed” by the desire of Greek gods. Medieval Europe takes us into the world of knighthood, courtliness and the development of manners, the kiss of peace, devotion and love and after all faith and hope. Renaissance Europe originates from the beauty of the spirit and sensuality, the Enlightenment from reason, the time of the Bourgeoisie and the Modern Age from the ideals of equality, freedom and solidarity.
The project museoeurope symbolically refers to the Renaissance saying about “knowledge, that revives what is dying”, and “art, which brings back into light, what has descended into darkness”. It is dedicated to the exchange of ideas and experiences, knowledge and heritage, which unfolds the different faces of Europe. Within the frame of the project The Regional Museum Maribor collaborated with The Universalmuseum Joanneum from Graz, The Pontifical Swiss Guard from Vatican, The Bavarian National Museum from Munich, The National Museum in Warsaw, The National Museum of Romanian Peasant from Bucharest, The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Sarajevo Museum and The Bosniac Institute – Adil Zulfikarpašić Foundation from Sarajevo, The Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum and Research Centre from Budapest, The Regional Museum Burgenland from Eisenstadt, the Museum Alimentarium from Vevey Switzerland and The Varaždin City Museum. In the year 2021 we have invited The Victoria and Albert Museum on virtual exhibition.