seeks to explore and inform the connections between our cultural organisations and their communities by capitalising on the emergence of new and democratising digital technologies. Seeking to extend the language of engagement through the medium of accessible, customisable, and personal digital experiences. The project sees museums as dynamic learning environments in which staff and visitors can use accessible digital tools to explore and reason about collections in new and creative ways.
To raise awareness
Set-up a network of museums and cultural organisations in Europe to explore creative practice through co-creation and participatory programming
Tap into the Learning Museum and other trans-European and local networks
Build a community that takes care of itself and members
Bring new ideas to light and share freely through dissemination events, online and via social media
Provide a platform for cultral exploration and debate on issues of public interest
To expe- riment
Foster an understanding of participatory practice and how it can benefit the museum and its wider communities
Test ideas and lead by example
Foster collaboration with maker communities – traditional crafts, skills and techniques, with creative industries sector and entrepreneurs
Use digital services for tailored experiences
Engage audiences in co-creation processes and encourage them to have an active rolein their visitor experience
To docu- riment
Gather analysis of good practices through pilot activities and document methodologies which will be shared through a number of networks
Develop learning resources and share with other museum practitioners and community groups via relevant websites/social networks/collaborative platforms
Use and build on some of the methodologies established during the Learning Museum (LEM) project
The Creative Museum is a three-year Strategic Partnership running from 2014-2017 funded via Erasmus+, Key Action 2 (Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices) - Vocational and Educational Training (VET).
Throughout the three years of the project, museum professionals will be encouraged to learn from each other, test new ways of interacting with audiences; create partnerships; share practices and experiences as well as disseminate the processes and outcomes.
The Creative Museum project has been funded under the Erasmus + programme – Strategic partnership – Creative Museum
Implementation: 1 September 2014 – 31 August 2017