Event partners 2018
You are welcome to organise your conference, congress or seminar in parallel with MUTEC 2020. Ideally, the thematic focus of your event is related to the challenges faced by museums, archives and libraries as memory institutions.
Do not hesitate to get in touch with us. Please call as at +49-341-6788097.
We look forward to helping you organise your event.
Saxon Museum Association
The Saxon Museum Association represents the interests of museums in the Free State of Saxony, as well as people with close connections to museums. It is a non-profit organisation which promotes most of all the education and further training of people working at and with museums in Saxony.
» read more: www.museumsbund-sachsen.de (only in German)
Federal Association of Freelance Cultural Scientists
The Federal Association of Freelance Cultural Scientists (Bundesverband freiberuflicher Kulturwissenschaftler e.V. – BfK) is an association of qualified experts working in the cultural sector and providing their know-how and skills on the free market. Its members hail from the most varied disciplines, such as history, cultural history, ethnology, archaeology, or cultural science in general.
» read more: www.b-f-k.de (only in German)
As the co-managing director of Prevart GmbH of Winterthur in Switzerland, Joachim Huber can look back on more than 20 years’ experience in dealing with concepts for the preservation of cultural goods. He took on the vital role of museum planner in the preparation and design of more than 100,000 square metres of depot areas for museums of all kinds in the German-speaking region of Europe.
» read more: www.prevart.ch (only in German)
The Fundraiser is the bimonthly industry magazine for social marketing, foundations and sponsoring in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. The magazine organises regular fundraising days for the non-profit sector. In 2018 these regional conferences, whose aim is to foster exchange on current trends and fundraising practices in Germany, took place in Bavaria, Baden-Wurttemberg, North Rhine-Westphalia and Saxony.
Guidelines for the Protection of Cultural Property
SiLK, which is short for Sicherheitsleitfaden Kulturgut – the Guidelines for the Protection of Cultural Property – is a knowledge base dealing with the safety aspects of cultural institutions. It is well-known and highly regarded by industry experts. It was created by the Conference of National Cultural Institutions (KNK) and receives funding from Germany’s Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance (BBK).
» read more: www.konferenz-kultur.de (only in German)