This is the website of the eTEN-funded project EUROMUSE
is a public access Internet portal (http://www.euromuse.net) giving accurate information on major exhibitions in European museums.
It provides all vital information in one place, updated by the host museum; with euromuse.net you will
never again be bogged down in proliferating individual websites and search engines. Each museum's
information is available in the native language and in English. Updating of euromuse.net is continuous.
The euromuse.net - project
will deploy the existing service, which provides
multilingual information about temporary exhibitions and museums as well
as other museum resources, to develop a wider pan-European data-collection based on public sector information to be re-used by
different actors in the cultural and tourism fields.
The project aims at three main goals:
1. Improve and increase the existing service, a website offering museum and
exhibition information to the general public for free.
2. Integrate the museums' information of the euromuse.net database with the
Harmonise tools. Through this integration euromuse.net’s rich content will
affiliate with the online offers of other European and national tourism and
marketing services for culture.
3. Enhance the existing services to integrate information on scientific
publications from museums and to expand the current services, which provide
an overview of “virtual” museums and their (online) resources.
As of 11.07.2011
[19.05.2017 - 22.10.2017] Whether as a ritual, ornament, decoration, memento or status symbol, people have always made jewellery. Depending on the era, fashion or function, we have used all sorts, ranging from natural materials, gemstones and precious metals through to plastics.
[17.06.2017 - 17.09.2017] They are among the most sophisticated and mysterious works of Dutch art: the masterfully carved figurines, miniature shrines, coffins, skulls and prayer nuts from the 16th century. No fewer than 60 of them from around the world will be on display during the 'Small Wonders' exhibition.
[23.06.2017 - 10.09.2017] To mark the 200th anniversary of the Hamburger Kunstverein, the Hamburger Kunsthalle is presenting highlights from the eventful history of one of Germany?s oldest artists? association based on some fifty works from the Kunsthalle?s collections. Although the Kunstverein was founded in 1817, and thus nearly fifty years before the Kunsthalle, the history of the two Hamburg art institutions can be traced back to common origins. Both the Kunstverein and the Kunsthalle arose out of efforts by Hamburg?s citizens to interest the wider public in art.