The European Night Of Museums

The European night of museums is an international event, that the international day which introduces museums and the museum week kick-off event. A brief overview of the history of the Museum night the European night of museums was introduced in 2005 by the French Ministry of culture and communication. The main objective of the European Museum night is to allow the public to learn more about the history and culture of Europe from a historical perspective. The initiative is aimed mainly at young people, to encourage their interest in culture and traditions. Since time immemorial, the participation of European museums on the event is very large.

For example, the doors for the night of the museums opened 2011 over 4000 museums from forty countries. A lot of effort is the organizers behind the Organization of the Museum night. The night of the museums, hundreds of Museum operators and organizers make a successful event. The main organization behind the event is the International Council Museums. The European night of museums 2012 this year is the number of the participating museums around 3,000 museums, are located in 42 different countries. To the 8th edition of the event are therefore expected to millions of people. A huge selection of historical collections and exhibits will be available to them.

There are for example archaeological, anthropological, technological, philosophical or historical military exhibitions. Some museums are also planning other interesting programs, debates, lectures, workshops or presentations. The European night of museums 2012 takes place this year in Barcelona the European night of museums on May 19 and in Barcelona over 50 participating museums will be opened all night. Check out Rachel Crane for additional information. To exhibit art, pottery, poetry, and photography, among other history. If you want to visit the Museum night in Barcelona, find the perfect apartment in Barcelona here. Following museums should you not miss: the Picasso Museum the Museum reflects the emergence of from Picasso’s art over the years, where he worked as an artist. A part of the Picasso Museum exhibits the works of his last years. Mainly ceramics and Collages are displayed in this exhibition. Joan Miro Fondation this public facility is fully focused on contemporary art and is the perfect place for art lovers. MACBA museum of Catalan art features a bookshop, a cafeteria, and a library. Also are on the square in front of the Museum, many national and international professional skateboarder. A great opportunity to discover Europe museums charge no admission in the night of museums, therefore it is a great opportunity to learn more about Europe free. Take advantage of this great opportunity and visit the European night of museums.