National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST)
Exploring concepts and notions of home based on migrant women’s experiences
The National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST) in Athens and Melissa Network come together to explore concepts and notions of home based on migrant women’s experiences.
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|Lecturer of Museology / Judge, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens / EMYA Panel of Judges|
|EXPERTISE Community engagement/empowerment expert, planner of participatory museum projects, conceptual designer of museum exhibitions, team building consultant|
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