Category Archives: TALKING ABOUT CHANGE

Loures Museums & Galleries: public commitment through creativity and community engagement

There are no magic formulas to solve the problems we all face within times of crisis such as these, especially when the cultural sector is one of the first ones to be discarded. But there is a way that has

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Loures Museums & Galleries: public commitment through creativity and community engagement

There are no magic formulas to solve the problems we all face within times of crisis such as these, especially when the cultural sector is one of the first ones to be discarded. But there is a way that has

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Defining community: some reflexions about social legitimation of local heritage

Heritage politics of the 21th century confront us with the challenge to learn to walk on the route of reconnaissance and value of cultural diversity and, in consequence, along with the memories and sociocultural processes that give shape to the

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Defining community: some reflexions about social legitimation of local heritage

Heritage politics of the 21th century confront us with the challenge to learn to walk on the route of reconnaissance and value of cultural diversity and, in consequence, along with the memories and sociocultural processes that give shape to the

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Theory(ies) of organizational sustainability: from mission to people

Sustainability is often regarded, through synecdoche, as “financial sustainability”. And cultural organizations, through the “LeanManagement” philosophy inscribed in their DNA, know a lot about this, because they are more often than not on the verge of unsustainability. But a wider

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Theory(ies) of organizational sustainability: from mission to people

Sustainability is often regarded, through synecdoche, as “financial sustainability”. And cultural organizations, through the “LeanManagement” philosophy inscribed in their DNA, know a lot about this, because they are more often than not on the verge of unsustainability. But a wider

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Inclusion – Rhetoric and Reality for Museums: Rethinking Participatory Democracy in Europe.

The end of state sponsored multiculturalism’ rhetoric of European Heads of Government could be addressed with the acknowledgement that it is the ‘end of Europe’ as a hegemonic cluster of interests informed by colonial paradigms. The challenges for European museums

Inclusion – Rhetoric and Reality for Museums: Rethinking Participatory Democracy in Europe.

The end of state sponsored multiculturalism’ rhetoric of European Heads of Government could be addressed with the acknowledgement that it is the ‘end of Europe’ as a hegemonic cluster of interests informed by colonial paradigms. The challenges for European museums