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#museuobert: una iniciativa perquè els museus no s’aturessin durant el confinament

Enric Zapatero , Mari Vállez

Publication date: 26/07/2022

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The COVID-19 pandemic initially led to a lockdown that halted cultural activity around the world. Museums had to close their doors and the only means of communication was through their own digital spaces. Initiatives such as #museuobert were born out of the need to keep the cultural sector alive and at the same time helped change the paradigm of digital communication in museums. Making their collections available online is the present and future of many museums. Communication departments need to understand this and adapt to the situation in order to be present in the social and cultural conversation.

 

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New times and new museography

#NouMuseuPortTarragona (New Tarragona Port Museum)

Mercè Toldrà Dalmau

Publication date: 27/07/2022

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Comprehensive renovation of a port museum created in 2000. The passage of time translated into the need to intervene both in the adaptation of the building (an old goods warehouse) and in a new museography to achieve a more exciting, active and modern experience. Interactivity and immersion are present in the #NouMuseuPortTarragona.

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Review: Teresa Blanch Bofill, La gestió dels museus i el patrimoni en les polítiques culturals a Catalunya (1980-2018)

PhD thesis, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2018.

Daniel Rico Camps

Publication date: 14/05/2020

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In this paper, the author analyzes critically and comprehensively what have been the models of management and financing of museums and cultural heritage in Catalonia during the last forty years. She also poses a series of reflections on the current state of the sector and the strategic policies that are being designed today to relocate and adapt it to the social, economic and technological changes that it will face in the XXI century.

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El Museu Virtual de la Moda de Catalunya

Projecte, gestió i nous desafiaments de la museologia digital

Grup Walden

Publication date: 22/03/2019

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Throughout history, fashion has played an important role in the manufacturing and commercial landscape of countries – and still does. A large number of Catalan museums reflect this reality and preserve numerous items of clothing in their storehouses, largely unknown to the general public. The Museu Virtual de la Moda de Catalunya, a virtual museum of the Catalan fashion, aims at enhancing the notability of such a cultural heritage in an innovative way and without dissociating it from its original territory. In this regard the Museu Virtual arises as a proposal to work, together with 38 museums from all over the Catalan territory, on the management and transfer of the knowledge related to this heritage through an online platform, tackling the latest challenges of the digital museology.

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