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could be an existing exhibition space of an actual museum, or a newly designed modular and mobile travelling pavilion for indoor or outdoor positioning, which can travel to various European countries.
The symposium One Object – Many Visions – EuroVisions was the kick-off event of the contest, and took place on the 31st of Octo- ber 2014 at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart. It served as an international discussion platform on the topic of ‘How to Make Europe Visible in the Museum?’ giving inspiration and ideas. In- ternationally renowned speakers from different disciplines (designers, curators, scientists, museologists, historians) were invited to share their experiences.
The EMEE Young Scenographers Contest was a very successful and inspiring competition, with more than 100 registrations and 60 sub- missions of innovative and content-consistent design proposals; most of them with a courageous and experimental approach to the assignment of task. The students who took part came from different creative disci- plines and universities all over Europe: Basel, Graz, Hasselt, Hildesheim, Berlin, Ljubljana, Potsdam, Kiel, Lisbon, Karlsruhe, So a, Utrecht, Mainz, Coburg and others. During the pre-selection, 29 projects out of 60 en- tries were nominated for the shortlist (see the catalogue) to be evaluated at the jury meeting of the EMEE Contest that took place on the 20th of February 2015 at the Institute for Interior Design and Scenography, Acad- emy of Art and Design, FHNW, in Basel.
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