Järgmine ICOM-ITC koolitus toimub Tansaanias 31.08 - 9.09, teemaks on Museums Today: From Collecting to Marketing.
ICOM Eestile taotluste
saatmise kuupäevaks on 19.06, kontakt ICOM Eesti sekretär Agnes Aljas: email@example.com.
ICOM Eesti juhatus peab valima kandidaatidest 2 Eesti esindajat. Senini on igal korral õnnestunud ka ühel Eesti kandidaadil ka osaleda ICOM-ITC koolitustel.
Lisainfo kandideerimistingimuste kohta:
Please refer to ICOM website for the types of grant available and the applicable criteria: http://icom.museum/activities/icom-international-training-centre-for-museum-studies/applicable-criteria-for-the-awarding-of-icom-itc-travel-grants/
The theme of this special training workshop will be: Museums Today: From Collecting to Marketing. A number of outstanding international experts will give lectures and conduct discussions and group work on museum topics such as acquisitions, collection care and management, exhibition development, marketing, outreach programme, community engagement and cultural action. The programme will also include lectures by Tanzanian experts from the host institutions: the Natural History Museum and the Arusha Declaration Museum. A “Reading Artifacts” session, developed by the Canadian Science and Technology Museum, will also be part of the programme, with access to objects from the collections of the host institutions. In addition, hands-on sessions will be organised on-site; and a two-day excursion will take the participants to the most important cultural and natural heritage sites of the region.
Officially launched on 1 July 2013, ICOM-ITC relies on the ICOM professional network to offer quality training programmes in museum studies to regional and international museum professionals, especially to ICOM members from emerging countries. This special training workshop in Tanzania will be primarily intended for museum professionals from the African continent.
More info on ICOM-ITC: http://icom.museum/activities/icom-international-training-centre-for-museum-studies/