For SWICH - Sharing a World of Inclusion, Creativity and Heritage, ten European partner museums reflect current issues concerning the role of ethnographic museums within an increasingly differentiated European society. The focus of this EU-cooperation project, funded by the Creative Europe programme, lies on central concerns of visionary ethnographic museum practice within the context of a post-migrant society.

In a series of conferences, workshops, residencies and cooperative exhibition formats the museums work on strategies for a future-oriented museum practice.

Workshop: Shared Authority

MuCEM Marseille
May 25+26, 2016
Documentation online

Residency Ljubljana

Bianca Baldi is SWICH Artist in Residence at SEM/Ljubljana

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Conference: Museums, Citizenship and Belonging in a Changing Europe 24+25/11/2016 at RCMC Leiden

Ignacij Knoblehar

Critical reflection on the missionary's collecting activities.

SWICH Residency Rome

H.H. Lim is Artist in Residence at the National Museum of Ethnography and Prehistory “L. Pigorini”