A Pulszky Társaság-Magyar Múzeumi Egyesület online magazinja
Hungarian Origin Female Photographer for the Amazonian Indians
The 100 year-old Hungarian Order of Merit
MuseumsToday 2020 - Exploring areas that promote the development of the museum sector
MuseumsToday 2020 - The current social functions of Hungarian museums
MuseumsToday 2020 - Directions and possibilities service-oriented museum approach
MuseumsToday 2020 - Human resources management in museums and keeping museum staff in the profession
MuseumsToday 2020 - Sustainable maintenance, modernisation and financing of museums in Hungary
Introducing the MuseumsToday 2020 (MúzeumokMa 2020 ) research - the aim and relevance of the research
A Change in Perspectives or Big Bang, human faces around the world, and extravagant furniture - Visit the Museum of Ethnography
An Open Call to All Museums for Celebrating 5th Anniversary of Pollinators Day
The impact of the energy crisis on Hungarian museums
Statement on the Impact of the Energy Crisis on Museums in Europe
TECHNOLOGIES, DIGITALISATION, YOUNG PEOPLE, NEW DEFINITION: DAY 3 OF THE ICOM CONGRESS WAS A SUCCESS!
DIALOGUE NEVER HEARD BEFORE BETWEEN COLONIZER AND COLONIZED ON DAY 2 OF THE ICOM CONGRESS
ALREADY ON THE FIRST DAY, TOUGH TOPICS WERE RAISED AT THE ICOM CONGRESS IN PRAGUE!
The significance of the invisible force that connects everything… – interview with the artist Laurel Holloman
How Hungarian museums help during the war?
#SolidarityWithUkraine - Special call from the Network of European Museum Organisations
Solidarity With Ukraine and Support For the Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of the People of Ukraine Declaration and Recommendations
"Twice gives who gives quickly, and often gives, who gives well" - Recommendations for museologists in exceptional times, and for extraordinary reasons
The exhibition of the Year 2021 award went to Bükkábrány, Szentendre and Eger!
CELEBRATORY GENERAL ASSEMBLY 2021
This is how we work during the pandemic. Part 3: Work planning, monitoring
This is how we work during the pandemic. Part 2: The opportunity to work from home
Interview with Zsolt Sári, the new President of ICOM Hungary
This is how we work during the pandemic. Part 1: Respondents to the questionnaire research
We asked 1000 people! How do Hungarian visitors evaluate the online activities of museums during the pandemic?
There’s No Museum Without Honesty and Authenticity
Japonisme in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
National Museums and Civic Patrons: Practices of Cultural Accumulation in Central and Eastern Europe
MINDEN, AMI MúZEUM