European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 Label Rewarded Events

The events listed below have been rewarded the EYCH 2018 Label by NEMO. As part of the EYCH stake holder committee, NEMO can award events with said label. In order to receive the label from NEMO projects or initiatives must meet the EYCH objectives of having a clear European dimension, being implemented by a civil society organisation and relating to or involving museums. All projects awarded with the EYCH label before September have the chance to be selected to present their activities at NEMO's Annual Conference from 15-18 November in Valletta, Malta. The selected projects will be announced in early October. Accommodation and travels will be covered by NEMO. Further information about the EYCH 2018 label can be found here. 

Date Topic and link Place
01.10 - 30.09 Specially unknown – European oral history project. Joint project between Belgium, France, Italy, The Netherlands and Germany with the aim of including of refugees in cultural life and society. A mid-term presentation and cultural event for communities will take place on 29.09.2018.
15.02 - 28.10 Exhibition "Blades like a Brush Stroke, Art Forms of the Batak in Northern Sumatra" at Museum of Asian Culture.
Hollenstedt, Germany
01.04 - 07.10 Global Paper - International Triennale of Paper Art in Deggendorf.
Deggendorf, Germany
28.04 - 28.10 The exhibition "Gods, believes and germanic people", which compares pre-Christian belief systems in North Germany and Scandinavia, is organised by Varusschlacht im Osnabrücker Land - Museum und Park Kalkriese.
Bramsche-Kalkriese, Germany
15.08 - 18.08 Art United at Pukkelpop. A three year collaboration with the Pukkelpop Music Festival has been initiated by the Dutch and Belgian art and design museums, ‘Art United’. The aim is to create a relationship with the target Group of 16-25 year olds.
Kiewit, Belgium
01.09 The SyMBoL project, lasting for 3 years, aims to advance the understanding of physical decay of polychrome wood in heritage wooden buildings.
01.09 Book release of the anthology Social Inclusion through Lifelong Learning in Cultural Heritage.
Östersund, Sweden
17.09 - 17.09 NEMO International Training Course: Developing and delivering a multilingual narrative. Facilitated by the House of European History.
Brussels, Belgium
20.09 - 23.09 The Annual European Museum Academy Conference and Award Ceremony at Den Gamle By Open Air Museum in Denmark.
Aarhus, Denmark
26.09 - 28.09 The 2018 Mid Nordic Cultural Days aim to build networks and lay a foundation for long-term cooperation between museums and cultural heritage institutions in the mid nordic region.
Östersund, Sweden
10.10 - 14.10 NEMO will be present at The Arts+ festival. 
Frankfurt, Germany
15.11 - 18.11 NEMO 26th Annual Conference 
Valletta, Malta
18.11 - 21.11 AEJM Annual Conference. The conference provides a framework for networking, collaboration and communication amongst Jewish museums in Europe.
Budapest, Hungary