XXXII GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE ASSOCIATION OF CASTLES AND MUSEUMS AROUND THE BALTIC SEA
Welcome to Raudondvaris Castle on October 12-14 for the annual General Assembly of the Association of Castles and Museums Around the Baltic Sea and the international conference “Politics and perspectives of protection of the Cultural Heritage”.
XXXI GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE ASSOCIATION OF CASTLES AND MUSEUMS AROUND THE BALTIC SEA
Welcome to Kalmar Castle on October 6th – 8th, for the annual General Assembly of the Association of Castles and Museums Around the Baltic Sea, and to the international conference “Culture Heritage for a Sustainable Future”.
Join us for three days during which the members of the association will have a chance to meet, together with the new castle and fortress network of the National Property Board of Sweden. This is the place for exciting discussions – a forum for exploring the matter of what sustainable development can be, and how we can interact with our cultural heritage, both in the present and the future. The three dimensions of sustainable development; the economic, the social, and the environmental, are waiting eagerly for us to get involved.
Mimmi Mannheimer and Meg Nömgård
Former and coming Castle Manager Kalmar Castle
Board meeting and XXX General Assembly of Association
Dear colleagues, members of the Baltic Sea Castles and Museums Association!
The year 2020 was unusual for all of us – full of uncertainty, challenges and at the same time new opportunities.
Unfortunately, the board meeting, the conference and the General Assembly scheduled for 2020 in Kalmar, Sweden, could not take place, so we have postponed it. And even now we can meet virtually only.
The Board meeting will take place on 27 January 2021.
BOARD MEETING AT VYBORG CASTLE
The current board meeting of the Association of Castles and Museums around the Baltic Sea was held in Vyborg, Russia, from 12 to 14 February 2020.
XXIX GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF ASSOCIATION FOR 2019
We are proud to invite you to the newly reopened Haapsalu Castle! 29th General Assembly of the Association of Castles and Museums around the Baltic Sea and the conference "New in old: contemporary museums in historical buildings” will take place in Haapsalu, Estonia 18-20 September 2019.
XXVIII General Assembly of Association for 2018
The 28th General Assembly of the Association has been held from 19th to 20th of September in Elblag – an ancient city in the north of Poland. Elblag Archaeological and Historical Museum (Muzeum Archeologiczno-Historyczne w Elbląg) hosted colleagues from seven countries - Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Denmark.
Call for Entries: 2019 European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards
The European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards are Europe’s highest honour in the heritage field. The Awards recognise the best conservation projects, the most impressive research; the most dedicated heritage professionals and volunteers; and the finest awareness raising, training and educational programmes.
XXVIII General Assembly of Association for 2018
At the end of August 2018 the Museum of Archaeology and History in Elbląg (Poland) will close the project: With the Museum to the future. Modernization of the Museum of Archaeology and History in Elbląg - stage II. On this occasion friends from the Network of Museums in the Baltic and the Association of the Castles and Museums in Baltic Sea are invited to take a part in the presentation and scientific integration meeting which will be organized in September 2018 in Elbląg.
XXVII Annual General Assembly and Conference in Turku, Finland
XXVII Annual General Assembly and Conference
in Turku, Finland 10-13 May 2017.
This year the aim of the conference and seminar is “Working with Museum Audiences – Towards Active and Inspiring Customer Experience”.
XXVI General Assembly in Durbe Manor house in Tukums, Latvia
XXVI General Assembly and History Conference will take place 7. -9.09.2016 in Tukums, Latvia.
Theme of the History Conferece is “Castles and Collections, Collections and Castles”.
Bengt Kylsberg has been awarded
Bengt Kylsberg has been awarded the scholarship for 2015 from the Association of Friends of Skokloster Castle.
The Association of Friends of Skokloster Castle held its annual meeting in the House of the Nobility in Stockholm on March 7th 2015.
Every year the Friends award a prize of 20 000 Swedish kronor (about € 2000) to a person who has performed extra valuable achievements for the Friends. Bengt Kylsberg received the prize for 2015 from the hands of the President of the Friends Association Christer Nilsson and the statement of reasons for the prize reads as follows.
“For his contributions as appreciated friend, lecturer and travel guide and his always positive an supporting attitude to the activities of the Friends Assocation.”