Deputy Director General for Central Collections and Exhibitions Management.National Museum of Czech Republic
Prof. Stehlík is Deputy Director General for Central Collections and Exhibitions Management at National Museum of Czech Republic and professor at Institute of Czech history at Charles University in Prague.
He was Dean of Faculty of Arts at Charles University in Prague.
He is/was member of academic, science and other boards (Czech Radio Council (chairman); Executive Board of European Faculties of Arts Deans' Initiative; Czech–Austrian Permanent Confederation of Historians; Science Board of Council of Institute for Study of Totalitarian Regimes; Supervisory Board of Masaryk Institute and Archive of Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic).
Themes of his research are Modern Czech and Slovak History, History of Central Europe in the 20th Century, Ethnic Politics, Political Processes of the 1950s, Collectivization, Development of Church and its Relation to State after 1945.
He was Deputy Head of the Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship; Vice-Dean responsible for the development of information systems and libraries of the Faculty of Arts at Charles University in Prague.He is/was member of academic, science and other boards (National Museum Science Council; Verification and Evaluation Expert Panel of the Council for Research, Development and Innovations).
His specialization is Bibliometrics, Information Science Theory, Digital libraries, Information Security, UX Design.
Expert in accessibility and inclusive pedagogy of art and cultural heritage. Special projects manager at Museo Tattile Statale Omero. Support teacher at the Mannucci Art High School.
Kaie Jeeser has a diploma in History and a Master’s degree (MA) in Information Management at the University of Tartu.
She is the Head of the Collections Department, Tartu City History Museums, Estonia.
Since 2018 she has been a Board Member of the Estonian Museum Association (EMA) and since 2019 the EMA Chairman of the Union of Collections. In 2012 – 2017, was the president of Museum Collections to the Estonian Ministry of Culture. 2008 - 2016 she belonged to the Board of the ICOM Estonian national Committee.
Kaie joined CIDOC in 2006 and 2013-2019 belonged to the Board of the CIDOC. She was an organizer and a lecturer at the ICOM-CIDOC Training Association summer school (Digital Cultural Heritage Estonia) in 2018.
The main field of activity is the management of collections and the documentation of museum objects and the mediation of information. Since 2007 she has been teaching university students and advising museum staff on these topics. One of her biggest projects in this field was computerizing documentation work at Estonian museums, in which she was a member of the project management and also, implementing a computer-based system into everyday museum work, which she led in 2003-2013. Now different kinds of Estonian museums, for example, art, sports and history museums document their museum objects in the same system.
Dr. Fabian Müller-Nittel is director of the Miltenberg Museums.
Before that, he was head of collection for art and cultural history until 1918 at the Upper Austrian State Museums of the OÖ Landes-Kultur GmbH.
His focus is on interdisciplinary and intermedial art history in the museum context as well as on questions of contemporary, barrier-free and inclusive museum management. He sees museums as open cultural social spaces with a holistic responsibility. His goal is to convey the content offered in an immersive way and to link it to the reality of life for the visitors. For this, he not only likes to work with original exhibition objects and personal mediation formats, but also tries to exhaust digital possibilities.
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