Please note: The programme lay-out is preliminary and subject to changes. A more detailed programme will be published in August.
Day 1 Monday 19 September
Venue: Eidsvoll 1814, Eidsvoll
- Opening session, cultural happening and welcoming addresses
- Plenary session 1: «Museums under pressure – answering the challenges”
- Evening reception at Oslo City Hall
Day 2 Tuesday 20 September
Venue: Nobel Peace Center, Oslo
- Plenary session 2: “War and peace. Museums in the crossfire”
- Exploring exhibition making at the Nobel Peace Center
- Plenary session 3: “Agents of memory politics: The museum between government, community and its own mission and integrity”
- Plenary session 4: “Human Rights work in museums: Sharing good practices”
- Evening social programme. Main conference dinner at the Opera House
Day 3 Wednesday 21 September
Venue: The Norwegian Center for Holocaust and Minority Studies, Oslo
- Plenary session 5: “Room for minorities? Intersections between government and museums, and the power to define”
- Exhibition tour at the HL-center
- Plenary session 6: “Exploring minority rights through art: Diversity represented or misrepresented in the museum?”
- Plenary session 7: “Whose story? Mass atrocities in museums – human rights violations addressed in exhibitions”
- Evening social dinner (optional)
Day 4 Excursions, post-programme (optional)
- Alternative 1: Guided visit to Utøya,an island in the lake Tyrifjorden, the scene of the 22 July 2011 terrorist attack on a Labour Party Youth summer camp. Now housing a memorial site as well as an education center.
- Alternative 2: Oslo museum tour.
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