The MuseumsLab is a curriculum designed to facilitate collaborative learning, networking, viewpoint sharing, and career development for professionals from Europe and Africa. Bringing them together to foster connections between people, organizations, countries, and two continents to have a meaningful conversation on how museums can address their history, serve the requirements of the modern world, and strive for a just and fair future.
Professionals from African and European museums with a minimum of two years’ experience in the field of museums, heritage, or art. The involvement in the entire 2024 plan. The program’s activities will run from June 6, 2024, to December 10, 2024.
The applications will be reviewed by a selection committee made up of specialists from Europe and Africa. The following are the selection criteria:
Experiences and professional qualifications: Two years or more of hands-on experience in a museum, historic site, or creative space with an emphasis on subjects including natural sciences, technology, archaeology, architecture, and art.
Dedication to the program: Strong drive to participate actively in participation formats. The candidate must make a legally binding commitment to take part in all TheMuseumsLab activities before they may be chosen.
Language skills: Adequate language proficiency in English (written and spoken) is essential to participate actively in the program.)
Location: Online, Africa, Europe
For the onsite phases, the following program-related costs will be covered by the DAAD:
Please note: All program-related travels and accommodations will also be arranged and booked by the DAAD.
Eligible Regions: Africa and Europe (Place of residence at time of applying).
|Type of Opportunity
|Online, Africa, Europe
|Africa and Europe (Place of residence at time of applying).