MuseumWeek is the worldwide festival for cultural institutions on social media
Since 2014 MuseumWeek has grown to include over 60,000 participants from 100+ countries. It has has become the first virtual, worldwide cultural event on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Weibo, WeChat and VKontakte.
Discover the program and prepare your posts according to the hashtags! Prepare yourself to engage audiences around the world! MuseumWeek is also a great opportunity to engage with young audiences.
We will celebrate the workers that face the crisis with #heroesMW on Monday May 11, then a #CultureInQuarantineMW day inspired by the Getty Museum initiative (#ArtInQuarantine), we will continue on Wednesday with the flagship theme #togetherMW and then with #MuseumMomentsMW to recall memories. Friday 15 will be devoted to climate change with #climateMW and Saturday to #technologyMW that allows museums to extend their reason-to-be on digital platforms. The week will finish with a day devoted to #dreamsMW and hope…
💫"The #coronavirus pandemic pushes us to live a new and completely unpredictable situation. All activities are completely changed, including art. All exhibitions, artistic..."— MᴜsᴇᴜᴍWᴇᴇᴋ 🏛 (@MuseumWeek) April 14, 2020
5 questions to @CaroleJury2: https://t.co/4K325hS09R
Interview by @FabioPariante #magMW #MuseumWeek pic.twitter.com/LW5lJ7u0nM
💫"The Pavarotti house museum is the last house where Luciano lived, and also the place where he left us. It is a sort of monument to his memory"— MᴜsᴇᴜᴍWᴇᴇᴋ 🏛 (@MuseumWeek) April 21, 2020
5 questions to Nicoletta Mantovani from the @Fond_Pavarotti: https://t.co/LKZ8JfZSHR
Interview by @FabioPariante #magMW #MuseumWeek pic.twitter.com/z2kA1W3OGn
UNESCO is officially supporting MuseumWeek since 2016
Europa Nostra was founded on 29 November 1963 in Paris. For over 50 years, Europa Nostra have celebrated, protected and lobbied for cultural heritage. Europa Nostra is today recognised as the most representative heritage organisation in Europe with members from over 40 countries and it is proud to support MuseumWeek
Buffer is a software application for the web and mobile, designed to manage accounts in social networks, by providing the means for a user to schedule posts to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Instagram Stories, Pinterest, and LinkedIn, as well as analyze their results and engage with their community. It is owned by remote company Buffer Inc.
Talkwalker is proud to be a digital partner of #MuseumWeek 2020. Talkwalker is a social listening and analytics company that empowers over 2,000 brands and agencies to optimize the impact of their communication efforts.
Founded in 2015, MTArt Agency is a certified B Corp®. award-winning agency for the most exciting up and coming visual artists worldwide. MTArt Agency artists have partnered with Cannes Film Festival, brands including Aston Martin and Chloé, government bodies including the Mayor of Paris, Mayor of London and Camden Council, transit hubs such as Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport and Saint- Lazare train station, as well as, with museums, auction houses, and private collectors. MTArt Agency is proud to partner with MuseumWeek for the second time.
Fondation CHANEL officially supported MuseumWeek during a three-year program devoted to develop the international movement #WomenInCulture
The New York Times partnered with MuseumWeek in 2019 around the movement #WomenInCulture
The Wikimedia Foundation partnered with MuseumWeek in 2019 in France to organise an edith-a-thon at the Château de Montsoreau
MuseumWeek is organised by Culture For Causes Network, a non-profit organisation that promotes museums, libraries, galleries, archives, artists and all cultural institutions around the world by the organisation of events on social media and sometimes in the physical space. We need your support to continue this mission. Givers will receive a promotion in our magazine or extra-visibilty!