Edited by a journalist who has worked for years to popularise the cultural and environmental heritage, the visual arts and museums. Ten exemplary stories of scattered museums and three interviews with specialists highlight different perspectives.
The identity of the museum is gradually being redefined. At a time when legislation is constantly evolving and budgets are being cut drastically, we need to rethink its role, without overlooking conservation, public needs and the know-how potential of those who work there. The author provides a link between different museum experiences and, above all, different types of museums that have close local links in common.