Money museum VER20210026
20 August 2021
Every country has its own unique monetary history, which central banks’ money museums and exhibitions reflect in different ways.
Alongside numismatic pieces, central banks are increasingly displaying information on the financial sector and monetary policy, using their exhibitions and money museums to explain their activities and tasks to the general public.
One challenge they face is to portray complex monetary policy topics in an accessible way using exhibits and installations, which need to be informative whilst also presenting the subject matter appropriately.
This process is supported by accompanying educational museum events and lectures, particularly for educational establishments.
This expert panel offers a platform for comparing the various forms of presentation and approaches, placing a special focus on intercultural aspects.
- Ideas, concepts and their implementation in central bank museums and exhibitions
- Visualisation of economic and monetary terms
- Intercultural differences in the perception of economic processes and their impact on museum and exhibition concepts and implementation
Experts from central bank museums.
Computer with microphone, camera, speakers or headphones; an up-to-date internet browser.
Please apply online by clicking on the registration button within the application period.