Who can be nominated
Anyone who has inspired or been inspired by international and national collaboration can be nominated. He/she must be working in or with the museum sector and can come from or live in any country in the world. A nominee must have worked and wish to work for museum development in the spirit of Hans Manneby: this can be summarized as “An empiricist’s search for the comprehensive view”. See more information under the section on “the foundation”.

Criteria for the prize winner
The purpose of the Prize is to celebrate efforts in innovative organizational and structural areas, forms of collaboration, methods of communication and non-conventional thinking. A prize winner should:
seek to root museums in contemporary society by operating in close contacts with the world around and have a keen awareness of people’s needs
inspire, gather and disseminate experiences from international and national collaboration
maintain a broad perspective on learning and develop the museums’ interdisciplinary methodology
show flexibility and quality in developing museum operations
contribute to the development of staff and activities with a sense of commitment and enthusiasm, demonstrate richness of ideas and a non-conventional approach.

Nominations
The last Prize to be given is the Prize 2017, therefore no more nominations are to be submitted.

Presentation of the Award
The award for 2017 will be presented on September 28, and the successful award recipient will be notified no later than January 15, 2017.

Hans Manneby Memorial Fund, c/o Elisabet Olofsson, Duvnäsgatan 1, 5th floor, SE-116 34 Stockholm, Sweden, phone + 46 70 49 52 913, info@museumhorizon.se