Prize winner 2017


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Ildikó Lehtinen, Finland

http://www.nba.fi/hanti/hm/index.php

Prize ceremony September 22, 2016


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Janusz Byszewski, Poland

http://csw.art.pl


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Prize ceremony September 27, 2015


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Roeland Paardekooper, the Netherland

http://exarc.net

Seminar


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Prize ceremony September 25, 2014


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Giane Vargas Escobar, Brazil

http://museutrezedemaio.com.br


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Prize ceremony November 10, 2013


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At Vitlycke Museum, Tanumshede, Sweden, Suad Amiry, Riwaq Centre for Architectural Conservation, Ramallah, Palestine, was awarded the 2013 Prize of the Hans Manneby Memorial Fund for museum development, “for her fervent commitment to safeguard endangered built heritage in Palestine, her creative force to include a broad spectrum of Palestinian society and extraordinary skills to share her visions and inspire others”. The prize included an award of SEK 25000 and a diploma. On November 8 an after-work was organized at the Museum of Architecture and Design, Stockholm with a conversation between the Prize winner and the architect and artist Katarina Bonnevier. On November 11 a dialogue on "Why bother about cultural heritage in conflict areas?" was organized at Chalmers Architecture, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg.

 


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November 8, Museum of Architecture and Design, Stockholm, Sweden


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November 11, Chalmers, Gothenburg, Sweden


Prize ceremony November 10, 2012


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At Vasamuseet, Stockholm, Stephen Inglis, Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute, Oujé-Bougoumou, Canada was awarded the 2012 Prize of the Hans Manneby Memorial Fund for museum development “for his work, together with the Cree people, in making a dream come true, for creating a centre in Oujé-Bougoumou, to capture, share and celebrate the James Bay Cree culture, for bridging the traditional with the contemporary, youth with elders, the local with the global and for linking knowledge, pride and respect with great beauty”. The prize included an award of 25.000 Swedish crowns and a diploma. After the ceremony Stephen Inglis presented “Aanischaaukamikw: a museum, a collection and a community”, followed by a panel discussion on ”The Museum as interpreter and as an active stage for encounters of all generations”. On November 12 a seminar was organized by the Embassy of Canada in Sweden, on “Ways to Promote the Preservation of Indigenous Culture: Views from Canada and Sweden”.

Prize ceremony November 10, 2011


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At Drömmarnas Hus / the House of Dreams, Rosengård, Malmö, Elizabeth Cordova-LaO’, Museo Sang Bata Sa Negros, the Philippines was awarded the 2011 Prize of the Hans Manneby Memorial Fund for museum development “for the way she with imaginative, artistic and multidisciplinary knowledge stimulates children’s self-confidence and engagement to safeguard ecological and cultural values within the local community, at museums in Negros Occidental, the Philippines”. The prize included an award of 25.000 Swedish crowns and a diploma. The ceremony was followed by a presentation of Museo Sang Bata Sa Negros by Elizabeth Cordova-LaO’ and a panel discussion on “Engagement for the future, children, youth and adult together”. On November 9 a seminar was organized at Skansen, Stockholm on “A different museum-together and for children”.


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Prize ceremony November 10, 2010


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At the Multicultural Centre, Botkyrka, Stockholm,Teresa Morales, Unión de los museos comunitarios, Oaxaca, Mexico was awarded the 2010 Prize of the Hans Manneby Memorial Fund for museum development “for her persistent and creative work with community museums in Oaxaca, Mexico, for creating a continental movement of community museums and for training facilitadores to help communities invent museum solutions to benefit local development”. The prize included an award of 25.000 Swedish crowns and a diploma. The ceremony was followed by a talk by Teresa Morales on her work with community museums followed by a panel discussion.

Prize ceremony November 10, 2009


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At Bohuslän Museum, Uddevalla, Paul Msemwa from Dar es Salaam Tanzania received the first prize of the Hans Manneby's Memorial Fund for museum development for “his innovative work at museums in Tanzania, persistent search for growth through engagement in communities, locally and internationally, and his generous contribution to international museum networking”. The prize included an award of 25.000 Swedish crowns and a diploma. The ceremony was followed by a seminar “Ordinary people at the museums - why?” Paul Msemwa gave a speech on ”International Engagement matters to all of us: Honouring Hans Manneby Legacy”.


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Major contribution
On November 10, 2009 it was announced that Percy Barnevik, Sweden, had made a generous contribution to the Foundation. This contribution is an important basic platform for future work in encouraging museum development. Barnevik´s initiative calls for continued contributions also from other people interested in innovative work within the museum sector.

Board meeting
The Board will meet end April or beginning May 2017.

Presentation of the Award
The award 2017 will be presented September 28, 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