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time and place. Thus the concept is clear and consist- ent applying the Change of Perspective on the re ec- tion of European cultural heritage as intended by the EMEE project...’ (Comment of the jury)
THE TOURING EXHIBITION
The winners’ submissions and seven other contribu- tions were shown as part of the touring exhibition One Object – Many Visions – EuroVisions in seven countries across Europe and constituted an integral part of the EuroVision Lab.s of the EMEE project’s museum partners. All in all, the touring exhibition trav- elled some 7,500 kilometers and counted well over 20,000 visitors. As part of the EuroVision Lab.s, an- other 93,700 visitors saw the exhibition. In addition to the exhibition itself, an exhibition catalogue was pub- lished, which introduced the four prize-winning pro- jects and the other 25 shortlisted submissions. The catalogue aimed to provide an overview on the broad range of ideas that competitors had come up with in response to the task of presenting objects from a transregional/ European angle.
2014
REGISTRATION FOR COMPETION:
June 15
COMPETION LAUNCH:
October 31
SCENOGRAPHERS SYMPOSIUM:
November 28 2015
2015
JURY MEETINGS:
January 30 / February 4 – 13 / February 20
JURY RESULTS:
March
AWARDNG CEREMONY AND EXHIBITION:
May 7-8
2015 – 2016
TOURING EXHIBITION:
May 2015 – June 2016
Graz/Austria – Museum im Palais:
May 8 – June 7 2015
Ljubljana/Slovenia – National Museum of Contempary History:
September – October 2015
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