Mu-zee-um, Ostende (Belgia)
“Mu-zee-um is an art educative organization for the promotion and the stimulation of the exchange between art(ist)s and the public. We do this by organizing and creating educative projects and sessions on local, regional, national and international levels. Art is for mu-zee-um the means by excellence to prompt people of all ages to initiative, creativity and reflection.”
MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, (Spania) stands as an essential tool for creating a collective sense surrounding contemporary art and culture. MUSAC is defined as an open space for citizens for thought, dialogue and understanding of analytical tools and action strategies concerning art and its relation with society within the period in which the museum program and its collection focus.
The Istituto per i beni artistici, culturali e naturali (IBC) (Bologna, Italia) of the Region Emilia Romagna was founded in 1974 to support and advise the Regional Government in policy making and to act as an advisory body to local authorities in the field of cultural heritage.
Estonian Maritime museum Tallinn, (Estland) is the institution for collecting, preserving, studying and presenting Estonian maritime culture (maritime history). Our mission is to promote knowledge about, respect for and love of the sea.
Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa, (Portugal) A Portuguese foundation for the whole of humanity. Established in 1956 as a Portuguese foundation for the whole of humanity, the Foundation’s original purpose focused on fostering knowledge and raising the quality of life of persons throughout the fields of the arts, charity, science and education.
Berlin Wall Foundation, (Tyskland) “The purpose of the foundation is to document and provide information about the history of the Berlin Wall and the mass migration from the German Democratic Republic as a part and contributory factor of the German division and the East–West conflict. It also aims to preserve historical sites and authentic remains and to provide for a dignified commemoration of the victims of Communist tyranny.”
MiST Norsk Døvemuseum Trondheim, Norge er en avdeling i Museene i Sør-Trøndelag. Det er et nasjonalt museum for hørselshemmedes kultur og historie. MiST Norsk Døvemuseum er norsk hovedpartner, og Sverresborg, Rockheim og Ringve deltar også i prosjektet. Prosjektledelsen er lagt til Utviklingsenheten. Vi har også knyttet til oss Falstad, Nidarosdomen og Justismuseet i en lokal arbeidsgruppe.