A Money Museum – a challenge in many aspects

Why a Money Museum in this moment and how it may contribute to a better understanding of money along the history of mankind.

The challenges – the classical architecture and a defense wall from 13th century on one side, an interactive approach and a modern design and concept of the museography, on the other. The relation of the venue, the museum and the city.

What do we expect from potential visitors and other cultural partners around Baixa – Chiado area.

These and other topics related with the project of the future Money Museum of Banco de Portugal will be shared with participants, followed by an exhibition of a 3D video of the project and a tour to the venue as it will be in May.

 

Luís Abreu Nunes, Portugal

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Deputy Director of the Administrative Services Department – Bank of Portugal

luis.abreu.nunes@bportugal.pt

 

Bio

Luís Filipe de Abreu Nunes graduated in Documentation Sciences ( Library & Archives), at the University of Lisbon.

From 1979 he became Head of the Documentation, Publishing, Historical Archives and Museum of the Banco de Portugal and from 2010 Deputy Director of the Administrative Services  Department being in charge of the Money Museum project among other activities.

His academic activities include being a teacher of IT applications, new technologies and indexing techniques at the Postgraduation course in Documentation Sciences, University of Lisbon (1987 – 1999).

In 1978, Luís Filipe de Abreu Nunes became President of the Portuguese Association of Librarians, Archivists and Documentalists. He is also a member of the Board of Management of the European Association of Banking and Finance History and member of the Working Group of Directors of European Central Banks Museums (ECB initiative).

Luís was invited to speak in several conferences in Portugal, England, Greece and France, where he has also published several articles and co-organised several conferences and workshops.

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