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EVALUATION OF THE EUROVISION LAB.S
CHAPTER 2: EMEE OUTCOMES
CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 1
As set out above, the so-called ‘EuroVision Lab.s’ with the tagline One Object – Many Visions – EuroVisions included a broad variety of ele- ments. Running in seven European countries, each Lab. had its own strategy on how to apply the theoretical concept of the EMEE Change of Perspective to a practical context and to test them on the spot. On the whole, about 160 different EuroVision Lab. activities took place between June 2015 and June 2016 in Austria, Bulgaria, France, Germany,
Italy, Portugal and Slovenia.
To begin with, nine EuroVision Lab. exhibitions alone were pre-
sented by local, regional and national museums to about 95,000 people in six European countries. Some of these exhibitions were developed in collaboration with speci c target groups like young people, migrants, people with special needs or former non-visitors. The exhibition that accompanied the EMEE Young Scenographers Contest travelled some 20,000 kilometers across Europe and has been visited by about 7,500 people in seven countries and ten locations.
Moreover, the EuroVision Lab. included about 40 guided tours with about 850 participants in and outside of the participating museums. 12 special activities for children and teenagers have been carried out and evaluated. With regard to communicating the theory to experts and junior experts and to discuss possibilities of how to apply the EMEE con- cepts to a practical context, about 40 workshops and conferences were organized by the members of the EMEE project team. Some 12,500 people learned about the EMEE concept and its practical implementa- tion during six special museum days in 2015 and 2016.
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