European Museum Forum / Silletto Prize 2013
Museum aan de Stroom, Antwerp, Belgium
In a stunning building, the MAS tells a largely untold story about Antwerp in the world. And about the world in Antwerp. It unites collections previously on show in a number of Antwerp's former museums: Folklore Museum, Ethnographical Museum, National Maritime Museum and the Butcher’s House. Furthermore, it houses the Paul en Dora Janssen-Arts collection of Pre-Columbian art. But it also looks beyond the walls of the museum to the city and the world outside. The MAS has the largest collection of dockside cranes in the world and supports and works with heritage communities large and small all over the city.
Presentation is taking place on Saturday, 27th September, 10.20 - 10.45

25-27 September 2014

13th Edition

In partnership with EUROPA NOSTRA
Under Special Patronage of ICOM

Dedicated to the memory of Kenneth Hudson (OBE), and Georges Henri Rivière.
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At a Glance


  • Registration and two guided tours of the City Walls
  • eCultValue "Dialogue Day"
  • Opening ceremony in the "Marin Držić" Theatre
  • Key note Adress
  • Welcome party in Sponza Palace


  • Presentations of 12 awarded projects with discussions
  • Global Heritage Forum plenary session
  • Etno dinner party offered by Dubrovnik Museums in Museum Rupe


  • Presentations of 12 awarded projects with discussions
  • Vote on the best formal presentation
  • Closing ceremony and Party in Rector's palace


  • Post conference excursion to Kotor Bay, Montenegro