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Museum attendance in 2019

MDC conducted the annual museum visitor survey collecting data form 134 museums in Croatia. The analysis of data and the table with the summed number of visitors to Croatian museums in 2019 are published on our website. more
 

MUVI08 2020:Call for Applications

We proudly announce the 8th edition of MUVI Biennial: Museums-Video Film and MUVI Lab, and invite museums, directors, producers, and IT professionals to submit their applications to participate. more
 

MEMORIALISATION OR PROPAGANDA?

MDC is proud to host Professor David Fleming from Liverpool Hope University who will give a talk about a very complex subject and how thin the line is between memorialisation and propaganda. The lecture will take place on Tuesday, 21 January 2020 at 11 am local time. more
 

EGMUS: PLENARY MEETING 2019

MDC participated at the annual plenary meeting of the European Group for Museum Statistics (EGMUS) held at the National Institute for Cultural Research and Training in Bucharest to discuss, among other things, the use of big data in museum statistics. more

Newsletter

 

MDC Newsletter

MDC’s newsletter the "News from the Museum World" informs museum professionals and the general public creates new users of museum and heritage related content and develops co-operation between professionals from Croatia, the region of SEE and the world. latest

Publications

 

Muzeologija 56

Muzeologija 56 is dedicated to digitization and meeting the challenges of the e-Culture project by gaining insight into existing projects and good practices, and encouraging greater activity in digitization, collaboration and transfer of knowledge and experience. Abstracts in English included.
 

Informatica Museologica 50

The topic of the issue is How to shape a future based on tradition with texts on the Ethnographic Museum in Zagreb, which in 2019 marked the 100th anniversary of its work. There are also other contributions by authors analyzing museological projects relevant to the national museum community and profession. content

Museum News

 

2020 Zagreb Earthquake

On Sunday March 22, Zagreb was hit by a 5.4-magnitude earthquake causing great damage to many museums. The MDC put together first damage report on the basis of information provided by the museums. more
 

Zagreb, the City of Female Artists

The exhibition wants to provide a historical and critical cross-section from the oeuvres of those women visual artists who worked and left a record of themselves in the cultural life of the city of Zagreb in a period stretching from the end of the 19th century to the present age. more
 

IF I FORGET YOU... The Holocaust in Croatia 1941-1945

The exhibition focuses on the suffering of Croatian Jews during World War II, with a special emphasis on the fates of Jews deported to the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland. more
 

Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture

In 2020, during the Croatian EU Presidency, Rijeka will be the European Capital of Culture. The cultural and artistic program is defined by three themes: water, work, and migration, referring to the identity of Rijeka as the largest Croatian port. more
 

CAPTURING THE PAST: A SYMPOSIUM ON PHOTOGRAPH CONSERVATION

Northeast Document Conservation Center (US) and the Croatian State Archives organized a professional development symposium on the conservation of photographs in Eastern and Central Europe (Zagreb, Croatian State Archives, May 22 – 24, 2019) more
 
 

Digitalne izložbe

Culturespaces, francuska tvrtka osnovana 1990., stoji iza dva projekta koja su pravi primjer korištenja digitalizirane umjetničke građe na način koji je zasigurno zanimljiv i osobama koje nisu sklone posjećivati muzeje. više

Museum News

 
 

ICOM is calling for support to Croatian museums

ICOM urges municipalities, the Croatian Ministry of Culture and international organizations to come together to help the Croatian population and museum professionals, gathering human, financial and technical resources. more

Museum statistics

 
 

Croatian museum statistics 2018

Croatian Museum Statistics overview for 2018 was produced after analysis of data from the Register of Museums, galleries, and collections in Croatia about 160 legally established and registered museums. more

To Read

 
 

Coronavirus shutdown

Here are few useful ideas, information, and recommendations for museum professionals around the world working in the midst of coronavirus pandemic and shutdowns in the museum sector. more

To See

 
 

CLOSED - From Imagination to Animation

The Museum of Contemporary Art has put together the most extensive exhibition on the Zagreb and Croatian animation to date, presenting more than 200 animated films, many original drawings, archival materials, and objects. more

To See

 
 

CLOSED - Andrea Schiavone at the Museum of Arts and Crafts

King Saul being greeted in triumph after David's defeat of Goliath by Renaissance painter and etcher Andrea Schiavone is on display at the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb until 2027. more