LEM Partners

23 institutions from 17 European countries and from the United States of America are the full partners of LEM, i.e. institutions which, together with the coordinator, submitted the project proposal to the EU in February 2010.
  • Istituto per i Beni Artistici, Naturali e Culturali della Regione Emilia-Romagna (IT)
    The Istituto was founded in 1974 to support and advise the Regional Government in policy making and act as an advisory body to local authorities in the field of cultural heritage, including museums, libraries, archives, natural and built heritage.
  • Oberösterreichische Landesmuseen (AT)
    Founded in 1833 as Oberösterreichischer Musealverein, the State Museums of Upper Austria are today the province’s premier institutions of their kind. They house extensive collections, scientific archives and permanent and temporary exhibitions in the areas of natural, cultural and art history.
  • Provinciaal Gallo-Romeins Museum (BE)
    The Gallo-Romeins museum tells the story about the lives of the people in the region from prehistory to the early Middle Ages and puts the focus on the relation between cause and effect.
  • Deutscher Museumsbund e.V. (DE)
    The German Museums Association is the nationwide interest group for all types of museums and for museum staff. Furthermore the Association acts as contact point for individuals who are committed to and support the manifold spectrum of museums in Germany.
  • Organisationen Danske Museer (DK)
    The Association of Danish Museums (ODM) is an interest organization for all museums in Denmark, and functions as a shared platform and meeting place of Danish museums – professionally, politically and physically.
  • Hellenic Ministry of Culture & Tourism - Directorate of Museums (GR)
    The Directorate operates at central ministry level. Through its departments, it is responsible for the foundation and operation of State Archaeological Museums throughout the country, the supervision of non-state archaeological museums subsidised by the ministry,the organisation of temporary exhibitions in Greece and abroad and the coordination of educational programmes and activities in state archaeological museums and sites.
  • Suomen museoliitto - Finlands museiförbund ry (FI)
    The Finnish Museums Association (SML) is the central organisation and information centre for museums in Finland. Its task is to look out for museums´ interests as well as promote their operation and interaction.
  • Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Museos Estatales (ES)
    Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport - Office of State-owned Museums manages directly about twenty important national institutions, among which the Museo del Prado, the Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Museo Arqueológico National, the Museo del Traje, the Museo Nacional y Centro de Investigación de Altamira, the Museo de América.
  • CAP SCIENCES Centre de culture scientifique, Technique et Ind. (FR)
    Since its creation in 1995, Cap Sciences integrates the realms of research, education and the arts throughout the creative process for exhibitions and events and has become a major cultural player in the Bordeaux and Aquitaine region. Recipient of the “Science et Culture, Innovation” national certificate, it is recognised by the Ministry of Research as one of the top three French Science Discovery Centres thanks to the diversity of its numerous productions, its large number of partnerships and its visitor affluence.
  • National Gallery of Ireland (IE)
    The purpose of the National Gallery of Ireland (NGI) is to display, conserve, manage, interpret and develop the National Collection; to enhance enjoyment and appreciation of the visual arts and to enrich the cultural, artistic and intellectual life of present and future generations.
  • Leabharlann Chester Beatty - Chester Beatty Library (IE)
    Described by the Lonely Planet as not just the best museum in Ireland, but one of the best in Europe, the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin is an art museum and library which houses the great collection of manuscripts, miniature paintings, prints, drawings, rare books and some decorative arts assembled by Sir Alfred Chester Beatty (1875-1968).
  • Città di Torino - Settore Patrimonio Culturale (IT)
    The Settore Patrimonio Culturale of the Città di Torino represents a strategic choice in the cultural policy of the city’s administration. Indeed, Torino is the first Council in Italy to dedicate a department of its administration to education in cultural heritage, with financial and human resources.
  • Amitié srl (IT)
    Amitié is an Italian research centre, focusing on education and training, with a large experience in the provision of support and management services. It has a long and positive track record of working with the Italian government, including the Ministry of University and Research and the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities.
  • Viešoji Įstaiga Rumši&scaronų muziejaus dvaro akademija (LT)
    Estate Academy of Rumsiskes Museum (RMDA) was founded in 1998. Founders are the Open Air Museum of Lithuania and Lithuanian Association of Adult Education. Since 2000 it has a membership of National folk high schools association.
  • Latvijas Nacionālais mākslas muzejs (LV)
    The Latvian National Museum of Art is the largest depository of professional art in Latvia. Museum regularly holds art exhibitions and scientific conferences, diverse art and cultural events, takes part in international projects.
  • European Museum Academy (NL)
    The aims of the European Museum Academy are to preserve the legacy of Kenneth Hudson and to disseminate the values and the pioneering intuitions and views of his museological thinking among the new generations of museum professionals as well as cultural professionals active on a European scale.
  • Sverresborg Trøndelag Folkemuseum/ Museene i Sør-Trøndelag AS (NO)
    Sverresborg Troendelag Folk Museum is a regional cultural-history museum founded in 1909, from 2009 part of a large organisation consisting of seven museums working with cultural history, music history and art. Sverresborg is one of Norway’s largest open air museums consisting of about 70 vintage buildings from the 18th and 19th century situated around the ruins of a medieval castle. Colourful indoor exhibitions show life in the region over the last 150 years.
  • Reţeaua Naţionalã a Muzeelor din România (RO)
    The National Network of Romanian Museums intends to cover the needs of the museum cultural operators, targeting its activities towards heritage, cultural tourism and professional training of the human resources activating in the sector.
  • Nordiskt centrum för kulturarvspedagogik v/ Stiftelsen Jamtli (SE)
    Established in 2005, the Nordic Centre of Heritage Learning (NCK) is a Nordic collaborative initiative for creative research, experimental method development and dissemination within the field of cultural heritage learning. Cultural heritage learning is used as a term for the sum of learning activities from four different disciplines and traditions: museum education, archive education, heritage site education and art education.
  • Glasgow Life / Glasgow Museums (UK)
    Glasgow Museums is part of Glasgow Life, a charitable company that manages the City’s cultural and sporting services on behalf of Glasgow City Council. Glasgow Life’s mission is: ‘To inspire Glasgow’s citizens and visitors to lead richer and more active lives through culture and sport.'
  • The Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester (UK)
    The scope of The Manchester Museum makes it unique among English university museums. Its worldwide collections encompass both the natural sciences and the humanities. All the collections in the Museum, which comprise about 4.5 million items, have been formally ‘Designated’ by Government for their importance nationally and internationally. The Manchester Museum is ranked as one of the three top university museums in the UK.
  • National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (UK)
    National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) aims to encourage all adults to engage in learning of all kinds.
  • University of Denver Museum of Anthropology (US)
    The University of Denver - Museum of Anthropology (DUMA) is a teaching museum and research institution founded in 1931. It houses ethnographic and archaeological collections. DUMA is affiliated with the University’s Department of Anthropology, which offers a graduate degree in Anthropology/Museum Studies and undergraduate degree. DUMA staff includes a director, one full time and one half time employee, student curatorial assistants, volunteers, and interns.


See also the LEM Associate Partners, i.e. institutions which have joined the Network after its start, that is after 1st November 2010.

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