Activity: Talk or presentation › Lecture and oral contribution
A total of 12 nominated museums from all across the world, several of them dedicated entirely to presenting art to children, were in the running for the 2014 Children in Museums Award. The award was first launched in 2012 by the European Museum Academy, EMA, and Hands On! International, the international organisation for children’s museums. The objective behind the award is to recognise excellence at museums worldwide and to promote and disseminate new approaches and ideas within the field. The award is presented annually. SMK won the award for our overall programs (pre-school, school, family, youth, and after-school programs). This lecture presented our activities aimed at children and young adults.
25 Sep 2015
The Best in Heritage: The world's only annual survey of awarded museum, heritage and conservation projects.