Register to a NEMO Webinar on collecting, curating and communicating diverse stories

© House of European History, European Union Two people use a tablet to engage with an interactive art piece.

© House of European History, European Union

On 7 June 2022, the next free NEMO Webinar will take place from 11:00-12:00 CEST. Register now for your chance to learn how the House of European History tells a European story through both multinational and multilingual content and how the museum accommodates to such diversity.

Register for the chance of learning how the House of European History in Brussels (Belgium) tells diverse narratives, how the museum team collects and curates exhibitions in a truly transnational way as well as how the museum contributes to an inclusive understanding of the past and present society.

Join this NEMO Webinar to learn from two members of the House of European History team as they take you through the museum's approach. They'll be using real examples from the museum's exhibitions and public programmes and present their latest outreach initiative - a touring exhibition.

The webinar is free of charge, but registration is mandatory. Please note that the webinar is limited to 200 participants on a first come, first serve basis.

Meet the speakers

Blandine Smilansky

Works for the House of European History since early 2015. She coordinates the Communications and Partnerships Department of the museum since 2021. Previously she developed and implemented cultural programming for diverse audiences as a member of the Learning Department. Between 2009 and 2015, Blandine worked for EUROCLIO, the European Association of History Educators, in The Hague and in Brussels, where she gained experience in developing and delivering complex pan-European projects related to the implementation of innovative and responsible history, heritage and citizenship education. Blandine Smilansky studied history and cultural management in France.

Raluca Bem Neamu

Is an art historian and a cultural manager. Since 2021, she has worked as a Curator and Project Manager for the touring exhibitions at the House of European History in Brussels. Previously, she was the Head of the Education and Communication department at the National Museum of Art of Romania. Raluca also founded "I Wonder Way - Da`DeCe" , an association which organises projects of cultural education across different cultural institutions, and aimed at a number of diverse audiences.