Museums are no longer cultural structures frozen in time.

30 November 2012

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Museums are no longer cultural structures frozen in time. These heritage keepers are becoming vibrant cultural centers whose programs take place inside and beyond museum walls, to the joy of a large number of visitors.

Museums are no longer cultural structures frozen in time.

Museums are no longer cultural structures frozen in time. These heritage keepers are becoming vibrant cultural centers whose programs take place inside and beyond museum walls, to the joy of a large number of visitors. This is the main motive of the AdriaMuse cross-border project of the Cross-Border Cooperation Programme IPA Adriatic 2007-2013, co-financed by the EU. 

 
The project includes 11 partners from 5 countries on either side of the Adriatic Sea: Province of Rimini, lead partner, Institute for Artistic, Cultural and Natural Heritage (IBC) of the Emilia-Romagna Region, Veneto Region, IUAV University of Venice, Province of Pesaro and Urbino, Province of Campobasso, Skupa (Italy), National Museum of Montenegro (Montenegro), Municipality of Shkodra (Albania), Business Service Centre of Government of Zenica-Doboj Canton (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Istria County (Croatia). The objective of partners networking is to share precious knowledge, ideas and authentic experiences, as well as new strengthened harmonization of culture and tourism, with museum heritage of a territory defined by the civilizational heritage of the Adriatic Sea as the focal point.
 
The objective of AdriaMuse is to contribute to the extension of the tourist season on the Adriatic Coast, while strengthening relations among partners will support sustainable development of Adriatic region. By increasing awareness about museums in the region, the plan is to increase museum’s connection and accessibility by being part of the Euromuse.net, international virtual showcase.
Interceding for cross-border cultural exchange of museum’s attractive programs connected by a blue thread, AdriaMuse is significant proof that the Adriatic Sea does not separate, but has connected people, nations and their cultures since ancient times.