Partnerships

MGCI collaborates with a range of top universities and museums throughout the world in its international projects.

Click on the images below to learn more about our international partners.

International Consortium Partners (EU-LAC-MUSEUMS project. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 693669)

 

International Council of Museums (ICOM)

ICOM is a Legal Entity Beneficiary in the EU-LAC-MUSEUMS project. As such, it is responsible for dissemination about our project amongst its 40,000 members in 141 countries and territories.

 

Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

The Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (PUCP) is a Legal Entity Beneficiary in the EU-LAC-MUSEUMS project, working to sustain remote museum communities in Chan Chan, Trujillo and Lambayeque in Northwest Peru.

 

University of Austral in Chile

The University of Austral in Chile is a Legal Entity Beneficiary in the EU-LAC-MUSEUMS project, working with a network of community museums of the rivers in Southern Chile on sustainability. Currently, staff from MGCI and from the Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA) are collaborating on a shared schools research project into indigenous Mapuche culture and the Amerindian collection in the University of St Andrews.

 

The University of the West Indies

The University of the West Indies has three campuses, in Jamaica, Barbados, and Trinidad and Tobago. The UWI is a Legal Entity Beneficiary in the EU-LAC-MUSEUMS project. MGCI collaborates with the UWI on the topics of Migration and Gender in the visual arts.

 

National Museum of Costa Rica

The National Museum of Costa Rica is a Legal Entity Beneficiary in the EU-LAC-MUSEUMS project. It runs a Network of Community Museums in Costa Rica, with which we collaborate through the EU-LAC Youth Exchange between Costa Rica, the Isle of Skye in Scotland and Portugal.

 

National Museum of Archaeology, Lisbon, Portugal

The National Museum of Archaeology in Lisbon is a Legal Entity Beneficiary in the EU-LAC-MUSEUMS project, working on the project website and project dissemination: http://www.eulacmuseums.net

 

University of Valencia, Spain

The University of Valencia in Spain is a Legal Entity Beneficiary in the EU-LAC-MUSEUMS project, working on cultural heritage and sustainability, especially concerning water heritage.

 

Local Partnerships

MGCI is proud to work with a select number of local museums and community heritage initiatives. Please click on the images below to learn more about these partners.

Skye Ecomuseum (Staffin Community Trust)

 

Boruca Community Museum

 

Community Museum Rey Curre

 

Community Ceramic Museum, San Vicente