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Afsin Altayli

CAMOC Secretary and Independent Museum Professional, CAMOC and Independent Museum Professional
Turkey
Afşin Altaylı is an independent museologist. He has worked on different museum and heritage projects as a specialist, coordinator or consultant as well as in various public and private institutions developing projects about museology, cultural heritage, creative industries, and cultural policy management. He is the Secretary of CAMOC, a founding member of the Association of Museum Professionals, Turkey and a member of ICOM’s new standing committee: Museum Definition, Prospects and Potentials. He takes part in the editorial board of CAMOC Museum of Cities Review and Curator: The Museum Journal.
EXPERTISE museology, city museums, cultural heritage, cultural policy, cultural planning, cultural economy, creative industries, urban planning, event management, professional networking, non-profits

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