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March 31, 2021

Museums and New Business Models

ICOM Voices

March 19, 2021

Tokyo 2020 in 2021 The Impact of Postponing the Olympic Games on a Museum’s Programming

ICOM Voices

March 15, 2021

WEBINAR – When Private Homes Become Museums: Transforming the Sursock Palace after the Beirut Blast

Conference

March 8, 2021

#WomenInMuseums Choose to Challenge

Focus

February 27, 2021

Partnering in a Pandemic: Prairie State Museums Project and Local Journalism

ICOM Voices

February 26, 2021

The 2021 Solidarity Projects of ICOM have been selected

Network

February 22, 2021

Call for Papers – Museum International: Empty Museums

Network

February 19, 2021

A Strange Queer Body: the Museum of Sexual Diversity in São Paulo, Brazil

ICOM Voices

February 4, 2021

Call for articles ICOM VOICES – International Museum Day 2021 ‘The Future of Museums: Recover and Reimagine’

February 3, 2021

International Museum Day 2021 – “The Future of Museums: Recover and Reimagine”

February 3, 2021

UPDATE: New call for applications to host the 27th ICOM General Conference in 2025

Network

January 30, 2021

The Value of Digital Conversations in 2020

ICOM Voices

January 21, 2021

“LGBTQI+ Museums”: New issue of Museum International now online

Network

January 19, 2021

EU-LAC Museums project is entering into its final week of activities

Network

January 19, 2021

Colonisation and Slavery: For a Necessary and Rightful Place in Heritage and Museums

ICOM Voices

January 18, 2021

5 good reasons to join ICOM

Network

January 12, 2021

Croatia Earthquake: situation report and ICOM actions to support the museum sector

Network

January 11, 2021

Consultations | Museum definition and Code of Ethics

Network

December 28, 2020

Reinventing Casa Batlló’s management post Covid-19

ICOM Voices

December 11, 2020

PROJECT UPDATE: supporting West and Central African museums in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic

Network

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  • Publications

    Through its network, ICOM publishes or takes part in the publication of major books for the international museum community every year.