13
JUL
2016

An international focus group, organized by EMEE partner Universitá Roma Tre, discussed the project results, collecting the experts’ suggestions and recommendations in the light of the evaluation process of the EMEE ‪workshops‬ and ‪EuroVisionLab‬s.

The Centre for Museum Education, Università Roma Tre organized a focus group to introduce a group of international museum professionals to the main features of the EuroVision – Museums Exhibiting Europe project.

The focus group discussed the project results, collecting the experts’ suggestions and recommendations in the light of the evaluation process of the EMEE workshops‬ and EuroVisionLab‬.s: final concrete implementation of the EMEE Changes of Perspective.

The ‪#‎museum‬ professionals who participated in the focus group were:
Ani Avagyan (National Gallery of Armenia)
Margarita Laraignée (Centro Cultural Alfonsina Storni, Argentina)
Colette Dufresne-Tassé (Université de Montréal, Canada)
Željka Jelavić (Ethnographic Museum of Zagreb, Croatia)
Sarah Orlandi (Creando, Italy)
Ayumu Ota (National Museum of Japanese History, Japan).