Museums, cultural platforms : the future of the tradition
Each year since 1977, ICOM is organizing the international museums day (JIM), an event that represents a unique moment for the international museum community.
Mahajanga was not outdone! The President of the University of Mahajanga effect, the Dean of the Faculty of science, technology and the environment, the scientific and academic Director and staff do Mozea Abika with the International Council of museums (ICOM) celebrated this wonderful day yesterday Saturday 18 Mozea Abika at Ambondrona may.
The international museums day is aimed to sensitize society to the fact that "museums are an important cultural exchange means.", enrichment of cultures, the development of mutual understanding, cooperation and peace among peoples. "Organized the 18 may or around the same date, the events and activities planned to celebrate the International Museum day can last a day, a weekend or a week. The JIM was celebrated for the first time there is 40 years. His goal is clear : The message that the museums are an important cultural exchange and enrichment of cultures means, and to encourage mutual understanding, cooperation and peace among the peoples. The international day of museums brings together more in addition to museums around the world. En 2018, more than 37 000 museums have participated in close to 156 country.
The international day of museums 2019 has focused on the new role of museums as active actors in their communities
"Museums.", cultural platforms : the future of the tradition.
The international day of museums 2019 has focused on the new role of museums as active actors in their communities. The role of museums in society is changing. Museums constantly reinvent themselves to become always more interactive, focus on the public, their community-based, flexible, adaptable and mobile. They have become cultural centres as platforms where creativity is combined with knowledge and where visitors can also create, share and interact.
All in preserving their first missions - collection, conservation, communication, Research, exposure - museums have transformed their practices to stay closer to the communities they serve. Today, they are looking for innovative ways to tackle social problems and conflicts today. Act locally, museums can also defend and mitigate global issues in striving to meet the challenges of today's society to proactively. As institutions at the heart of the company, they have the power to establish a dialogue between cultures, to build bridges for a peaceful world and to define a sustainable future.
As museums play an increasingly important role as cultural poles, they are also new ways to honor their collections, their stories and their legacies, creating traditions that will have new meanings for future generations and relevant to a contemporary audience more diversified global. This transformation, which will have a profound impact on the theory and practice of museums, also requires the museum professionals to rethink the value of museums and to question the ethical boundaries that define the nature of their work.
Both point focal community and an integral part of a global network, museums offer a platform to translate the needs and views of local communities in a global context.
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