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
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Rajkamal Kahlon - Blog

documenting the artist's stay at Weltmuseum Wien

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

Residency Ljubljana

Bianca Baldi is SWICH Artist in Residence at SEM/Ljubljana

SWICH Residency Rome

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