MDC has carried out a survey on the impact of the pandemic on Croatian museums.74% of the surveyed museums recorded a drop in the number of visitors of 50 to 100%, and nearly two thirds (63%) saw a drop in revenue of more than 50%. more
Four promotional films produced by MDC are among the 10 finalists for the prestigious HERITAGE IN MOTION 2020 award given to the best multimedia projects promoting European cultural and natural heritage. more
The lecture of Silvija Banić attracted the attention of Croatian museum professionals who wanted to know about various aspects of work in the V&A. more
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.
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
On December 29, 2020, a 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit the Sisak-Moslavina County, Croatia. ICOM President A. Garlandini has urged the museum community to help provide humanitarian, financial, and technical support to citizens and museum professionals working to repair the damage. more.
The exhibition deals with the downing of warplanes in northwestern Istria during World War II, revealing the fate of crew members of downed aircraft and the role of Istria in the events that defined the outcome of World War II. more.
Antun Miletić is one of the most known studio photographers who worked in Dubrovnik from the late 1880s until 1925. More than 400 photographs are exhibited, demonstrating how he followed the fashion of that time in the way he portrayed and furnished studios. more.
The project is concerned with renovating two of the monuments of industrial heritage: the motor vessel Galeb and the Sugar Refinery Palace. The collaborator in the project is the City Museum of Rijeka. more.
In 2021, MUSEOEUROPE will be hosting ICOM Europe annual conference, under the theme LIVING IN EUROPE. The focus will be on the living environment of both individuals and communities as expressed in cultural heritage. The symposium will take place on 14-16 October 2021 in the Knights’ Hall of Maribor Castle. more
A comparative survey of the museum visits in July and August 2019 and 2020 shows that the five most visited Croatian museums, which annually attract a third of all visitors to Croatia, have recorded a 79.18% drop in visitors this summer. more
Large multimedia exhibition From Imagination to Animation: Six Decades of Zagreb Film presents famous works of art created by Zagreb Film which produced over 2,000 animated, documentary, educational, and feature films and commercials. The exhibition is on view in the Museum of Contemporary Art (Zagreb).more
Online publication Museums and Social Responsibility - Values revisited contains texts based on the presentations held at the 2020 conference of the same name, organized jointly by NEMO and the German Museums Association. more
The 8th rendition of MDC's video and film festival MUVI 08: museums - video – film, on December 17, 2020, with 34 films screened online for the audience connected via Zoom. On the next day, the MUVI LAB program featured presentations of 11 multimedia projects developed in the last two years. more