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International Symposium "Museum, an Institution between Universal and National"

Location: Casa Albastră/Blue House, Sibiu, Grand Square, No. 5
Duration: October 5 - 8, 2017
Organized by: Brukenthal National Museum and Gundelsheim Transylvanian Museum

2017 marks two hundred years since the founding of Brukenthal Museum in Sibiu, the oldest and one of the most important and representative museums in south-eastern Europe.
In the context of this important anniversary, Brukenthal National Museum and Gundelsheim Transylvanian Museum organize a joint symposium, aiming to debate, having Brukenthal Museum as base for discussion, the development of European museums in conjugating the concepts of universal and national.
Specialists in the cultural field are invited to the event, such as Dr. Irmgard Sedler (President of the Gundelsheim Transylvanian Museum Association and Director of Kleihues Stuttgart Art Museum), Dr. Virgil Niţulescu (Ministry of Culture and National Identity), Dr. Holger Jacob-Friesen (Director of Scientific Department with the Karlsruhe Art Museum), Prof. Sergiu Nistor (Presidential Counselor, Romanian Presidency), Prof. Erika Schneider (Institute of Geography and Geo-Ecology at Karlsruhe University), Dr. Markus Lörz (Scientific Leader, Gundelsheim Transylvanian Museum), Prof. Ioan Opris, Dr. Reinhard Johler (Director of the Institute of Cultural Empirical Sciences Ludwig Uhland Tübingen), Prof. Konrad Vanja (Director of the European Culture Museum in Berlin), Dr. Matthias Henkel (Embassy of Culture, Institute for Cultural and Media Management, Free University, Berlin), Monica Vlaicu (Friedrich Teutsch Dialogue and Culture Center Sibiu) and Dr. Ernest Oberländer-Târnoveanu (Manager of the National History Museum of Romania).

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