The Museum of Work in Norrköping, Sweden, would like to initiate a European Union project among the Worklab-museums concerning an exhibition on Food and Work. In the most fundamental way these two entities are the bases for all human societies; …Continue reading →
Page 1 of 8 – a new standing exhibition at The Workers’ Museum from 2007 Introduction to the exhibition The Industrial Worker and the Industrial Work are themes of a new standing exhibition at The Workers’ Museum. On this …Continue reading →
Join the Industry and Modernism Museum Network Become our next museum pre-partner for EU Culture 2007 programme for the project: Dream Factories? – A travelling exhibition on Industry and Modernism in the Baltic Sea Region 1945-1980 The Industry and Modernism …Continue reading →
Located in the heart of Manchester, the People’s History Museum is the only museum of its type in the UK, charting and exploring the world-changing events led by the ordinary working people of Britain. The announcement At the end of …Continue reading →
– a new industrial museum within the realms of The National Museum of Denmark. Brede Works is one of the best-preserved industrial monuments in Denmark and a typical example of the patriarchal industrial production encompassing all functions of an industrial …Continue reading →
Year of Industrial Culture 2007 will function as a communicative and administrative framework, within which the Danish museums and other partners working on the history of industrial society can contribute to a coordinated museal effort. Year of Industrial Culture 2007 …Continue reading →
Museum Arbeitswelt Steyr – 2006 The museum Arbeitswelt (world of work) opened with the regional exhibition Work – Human Beings – Machine in 1987. It set standards in Europe at that time, when a fundamental crisis appeared and changed the …Continue reading →
Health in the workplace over 200 years “While they minister our necessities or please our tastes and fancies, they are impairing their health and shortening their days”, English pamphlet, 1782 As the author of this 18th century pamphlet noted, work …Continue reading →
International Association of Labour Museums – Worklab Minutes of the founding meeting of Worklab at The Workers’ Museum, August 15, 1997 Participants MT – Dr. Myna Trustram, Keeper of Collections, National Museum of Labour History, Manchester, UK. JF – Dr. …Continue reading →
Thank to funding from the European Union, six museums in Sweden, Denmark, Germany, the United Kingdom, Austria and Spain will focus over the next three years on an extremely topical issue in contemporary Europe – migration. This collaborative programme, “Migration, …Continue reading →
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