A new feature has been published on the CODART website.
Sustainability policy is important in numerous areas of society, and it is increasingly acquiring a key role in museums. For instance, ICOM recently announced the inauguration of an Award for Sustainable Development Practice in Museums. In this second article in CODART’s series on sustainability in museums, we will be focusing on sustainability in exhibitions. What does it involve and how does it affect the curator’s work?
“Marjan Debaene: “The Green Book is essentially a collection of our internal guidelines to maximize sustainability. Sustainability has many different facets, and we try to achieve it in every aspect of our work. Our new policy plan states that we aim to increase our cultural footprint while reducing our ecological footprint.” Continue reading…
Published monthly, features provide information on new curatorial developments, current projects, collections of Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide, as well as insight into the work of the museum curator.
The previous feature was Exchanging Experiences: CODART’s Mentoring Program by Courtney Harris, Tom van der Molen, Jessie Park, Guido Scholten, Manfred Sellinkg and Anne Woollett. To browse all features, visit codart.nl/features.