As part of its annual review of museums in Germany, the Museum Advisory Board met to hear about its work in 2016. The Museum Advisory Board is a body of experts who provide advice and support to the state’s museums. The goal is to ensure a high level of cultural and educational offerings.
Meetings of the Museum Advisory Board take place every year and offer members the opportunity to gain a comprehensive impression of the museums’ work work. It deals with all aspects of the museum’s activities, from collection work to the mediation of art and culture. Promotion and cooperation with other museums and institutions are also on the agenda.
The results of the review are then made available to museum managers to provide feedback and suggest improvements. In this way, the Museum Advisory Board makes an important contribution to the quality assurance of museum work and ensures that visitors continue to be offered an appealing and varied program.
The Museum Advisory Board – who is it?
The Museum Advisory Board is a committee made up of a group of experts and representatives from the public. Its role is to advise the museum on issues relating to collections, exhibitions and outreach. The advisory board meets regularly with the museum’s management and curatorial team to learn about the museum’s current work and to make suggestions for improving it.