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TRAVELLING EUROVISION LAB.S
CHAPTER 2: EMEE OUTCOMES
CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 1
INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE
Another important concern of the EMEE project is to gain a fresh and broader perspective on the museum objects on site through interna- tional exchange. This was achieved in many areas, with the collaboration between the project partners from seven different countries being a key element, which, however, represents only one of the areas of interna- tional exchange. Of much more importance was the extensive EMEE network with its international outlook, which consisted of numerous institutions with a keen interest in the COP, and which became even bigger over the course of the project. In all participating countries, this network provided the ongoing international work on the COP with a new impetus and, at the same time, laid the foundation for any kind of feed- back on the numerous workshops, which took place in the countries of the different network partners and which all addressed the topics of the EMEE project.
TRAVELLING ELEMENTS OF THE EUROVISION LAB.S
The project’s internationality and its focus on international exchange were, ultimately, also crucial to the planning and execution of the Euro- Vision Lab.s. All three EMEE museum partners have developed parts of their Lab.s in a way that allowed for these parts to be mobile and travel
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