WP8 D8.9 Compendium of Sustainable Community Museums (led by MNA/DGPC)
Edited by Karen Brown, Peter Davis, Luís Raposo
The aim of this Book of Community and Sustainable Museums is to share the experience and knowledge of our project Advisors - Beatriz Espinoza, Hugues de Varine,Teresa Morales Lersch, and Peter Davis - concerning the key concepts and features of community and sustainable museums.
El objetivo de esta publicación sobre museos comunitarios y sostenibles es compartir la experiencia y el conocimiento de nuestros asesores del proyecto – Beatriz Espinoza, Hugues de Varine, Teresa Morales Lersch y Peter Davis - con respecto a los conceptos y las características clave de los museos comunitarios y sostenibles.
Ecomuseums, Community-Based Museology, Heritage Management & Sustainable Tourism
This bibliography has been prepared by the Museums, Galleries and Collections Research Institute, School of Art History and Museum & Gallery Studies, University of St Andrews, as part of the EU-LAC Museums research project. It has been edited by Sherill Keefe and Thea Bjoeranger under the guidance of Dr Karen Brown, and has benefitted especially from the very generous contributions of Dr Gerard Corsane, Professor Peter Davis, and Hugues de Varine.
WP3: Chile Case Study (led by UACh)
Karin Weil, Laura Fuquene, Gustavo Blanco, Simón Urbina y Crsitobal Bize
This document is the result of field work carried out between May and June 2017, which aimed to facilitate the approach between the museums and cultural centers
that make up the Network of Museums and Cultural Centers of Los Ríos Region, in order to know in greater depth their diverse realities from quantitative and qualitative aspects referring to territory, users and communities.
WP4: Bi-Regional Youth Exchange
Dr Karen Brown, University of St Andrews, Scotland
Jamie Allan Brown, University of St Andrews, Scotland
Ronald Martínez Villarreal, Museo Nacional de Costa Rica, Costa
Rica Paula Menino Homem, Universidade do Porto, Portugal
This booklet has been developed in collaboration within the "Museum Education for Social Inclusion" Work Package 4 of the EU-LAC-MUSEUMS project.
The Bi-Regional Youth Exchange was coordinated by the Museums, Galleries and Collections Institute (MGCI) within the School of Art History at the University of St Andrews (Scotland), Museo Nacional de Costa Rica (Costa Rica), Red de Museos Comunitarios de América (Mexico), Universidade do Porto (Portugal) and Museu Nacional de Arqueologia (Portugal).
WP2: Technology and Innovation for Bi-Regional Integration (led by MNA/DGPC)
It is now available for web consultation and small sixed printing (up to A3) the first exhibition produced by our Consortium. In the near future a second version, able to print in large formats (ideally, 0,80x2,00m each panel) will also be available.