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Museums have the power to transform the world around us. As incomparable places of discovery, they teach us about our past and open our minds to new ideas — two essential steps in building a better future. On International Museum Day 2022, which will take place on May 18th, we want to explore the potential of museums to bring about positive change in their communities through three lenses:

 

The power of achieving sustainability: Museums are strategic partners in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. As key actors in their local communities, they contribute to a wide variety of Goals, which include fostering short-circuit and social economy and disseminating scientific information on environmental challenges.
The power of innovating on digitalisation and accessibility: Museums have become innovative playing-grounds where new technologies can be developed and applied to everyday life. Digital innovation can make museums more accessible and engaging, helping audiences understand complex and nuanced concepts.
The power of community building through education: Through its collections and programmes, museums thread a social fabric that is essential in community building. By upholding democratic values and providing life-long learning opportunities to all, they contribute to shaping an informed and engaged civil society.
In this edition of International Museum Day, we invite you to join thousands of museums around the world in unleashing the power of museums!
The Power of Museums: ICOM Prague 2022
The Power of Museums will also be the topic of the next ICOM General Conference: ICOM Prague 2022. Now at its 26th edition, the triennial General Conference is one of the most significant global events dedicated to museums and its professionals. Since 1948, an ever-growing number of participants from all continents have been gathering to discuss and share ideas related to the topical issues facing museums. For the first time in ICOM’s history, ICOM Prague 2022 will explore a new hybrid conference format, providing participants from all over the world full remote access to the scientific programme of ICOM Prague 2022.
https://imd.icom.museum

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Treasures of the Red River. Archaeological Collections from the Museums of Vietnam.

Treasures of the Red River. Archaeological Collections from the Museums of Vietnam.

  • 20/05/2019 09:50
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From 18 May 2019, the exhibition “Treasures of the Red River. Archaeological Collections from the Museums of Vietnam” will be running in the Winter Palace’s Halls of the History of Ancient Writings. It is being timed to mark Ho Chi Minh’s birthday and the days of the city named in his honour.

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The Vietnam National Museum of History welcomed and worked with experts from the University of East Asia (Japan)

The Vietnam National Museum of History welcomed and worked with experts from the University of East Asia (Japan)

  • 31/03/2022 15:18
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On the afternoon of March 25, 2022, the Vietnam National Museum of History (VNMH) had a meeting with experts from the University of East Asia (Japan). The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the research and excavation plan at the ancient citadel of Luy Lau (Bac Ninh province).