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The impacts of the corona crisis have been severe on museums all over Europe. In the past two weeks, NEMO has carried out a survey to look at how the situation has impacted museum budgets and operations, how museums cope in these times, how they re-organise their structures and offer new services to their audiences.
Culture gains importance in uncertain times of crises, it brings us together. We are seeing an unprecedented creative digital use and engagement with and through culture in the world.
Make the most out of the home office and revisit NEMO’s European Museum Conference 2019 in a publication that gathers texts from all speakers, slammers and workshop leaders. NEMO wants to inspire museums to lead the way and become key players in creating a sustainable and equitable future and planet.
The corona pandemic has devastating consequences for the cultural and creative industries. Many small cultural institutions in particular are at the financial abyss. For artists, it's about existence. The federal government is helping with billions of euros in support and other funding.
It is clear that the European museum sector is heavily affected by the COVID-19 outbreak and the measures taken to contain it.
The Coronavirus is spreading world-wide and the crisis is severely affecting public, cultural and social life. The European Music Council’s (EMC) thoughts are with all those who have suffered bereavement and sincerely hopes that anyone sadly affected by the virus gets well soon.