2ND THEMATIC CONFERENCE "THE INCLUSIVE MUSEUM - STATE OF THE ART & PERSPECTIVES"

Dear Come-In!-project partners,

we would like to cordially invite you to the
2nd Thematic conference "The inclusive museum - State of the art & perspectives"
on Tuesday 26th June 2018 from 10:30h – 15:00h in the Monastery of St. Augustine in Erfurt, Germany.

The conference's main aim is exploring the current picture and perspectives of inclusion and accessibility as essential tasks for museum makers. Important questions in this regard will be raised, potential paths and state of the art approaches of museums to shape this challenge are outlined and demonstrated, before the COME-IN!-methodology for inclusive museums is presented and discussed.
The conference will be held in English with simultaneous translation to German.

Attached you find the conference program (in English and German) and further information about the venue and registration as well as a list of hotels in Erfurt.

The number of participants at the conference is limited, of course there are places reserved for all of you! Nevertheless we would be glad, if you register soon for your participation at the conference, so that we know the exact number of resting places for "external" interested persons.
The same goes for the guided city tour following the conference in the afternoon, please also let us know if you wish to particpate at the city tour!
In the evening we will have a common dinner for all Come-In!-PPs.

Please remember that when you arrange your travel that on the next day, 27th June, in the morning there will be the project meeting in Weimar,

D.M.3.3 FIFTH STEERING COMMITTEE IN WEIMAR

followed by the launching event of PP11, Museum Prehistory and Protohistory of Thuringia, to which you all are also heartily invited! More information about the 2nd day will follow.

Please feel free to forward the conference invitation/program flyer also to further interested persons in your networks.

We look forward to see you in Erfurt!

Thanks and best regards,

Prof. Dr. Matthias Gather & Jörn Berding
University of Applied Sciences Erfurt

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