New Museum “best practices” in English speaking countries
This course aims to draw a panorama of museum “best practices” developed by American and British museums in order to offer new perspectives to European practitioners.
Anglo Saxon museums have a truly innovative approach of their missions. Hardly financed by public subsidies (or not at all), they have developed a real expertise and shown a lot of inventivity in order to increase their revenues, attract a broader public, keep their members and adapt their projects to an ever-changing society.
This program will be taught in English to enable non-French speaking practitioners to increase their area of expertise, and to provide French speaking practitioners who may be called to work in English an opportunity to increase their technical vocabulary.
Coordinator: Dr.Christel de Noblet, PhD in Laws, lecturer in comparative heritage law in France, UK and the USA (University Paris-XI/Musée du Quai Branly, Sorbonne Abu Dhabi, IESA Paris)
Period: 26, 27 november 2018
Place: Paris, Inp
Price: 420 euros
Registration form to be sent to Sandrine Erard (firstname.lastname@example.org) – Institut national du patrimoine – 2 rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris. Information on 01 44 41 16 51