10 YEARS OF ENCONTRO PAULISTA DE MUSEUS

Taking over the administration of Sao Paulo State Museums System’s Technical Team brought me feelings great challenges were to come, but, without a doubt, the expectations were greatly overcome…


THE 10TH EPM IS A MATURITY LANDMARK

The ten years of uninterrupted action of the Encontro Paulista de Museus is a reason to bring pride and great satisfaction to the UPPM (Unit for Museological Patrimony’s Preservation) and SISEM (Sao Paulo State Museums System)….


ENCONTRO PAULISTA DE MUSEUS: 10 YEARS TOGETHER

The historicity of Museums and Museology in Sao Paulo State is pervaded for, at least, three crossed movements through time and by different ways has strongly traced Sao Paulo’s profile for museological actions…


MUSEUMS: PLACES FOR EXPERIMENTS AND DREAMS

The celebration of the 10th Encontro Paulista de Museus is a very important conquer to Sao Paulo’s museology, which encourages and inspires everyone in the unstoppable search for our museums’ relevance and sustainability…


LONG LIVE THE EPM!

It is very instigating to see the Encontro Paulista de Museus reaching its tenth edition. SISEM-SP team’s commitment in the realization of this annual action made the EPM one of the most important reunions in the museological section in Brazil, staying behind only of the National Forum of Museums (Fórum Nacional de Museus). Executing ten continuous editions, with great mobilization, is not a banal result in our Brazilian cultural scenario and it should be celebrated…


10EPM – “WE ARE GOING TO TAKE PART IN YET ANOTHER CONSTRUCTIVE EXPERIENCE ON BUILDING A SOLIDARY AND PARTICIPATIVE MUSEOLOGY”

The 10th Encontro Paulista de Museus (EPM), promoted by the Sao Paulo’s Secretary of Culture (Secretaria de Estado da Cultura de São Paulo) and SISEM – SP is an action of great relevance in the Brazilian museological scenario, which we salute with special satisfaction and pride…


IT’S ALL ABOUT EPM

The challenge of restructuring Itapeva’s Historical Museum (Museu Histórico de Itapeva) was the reason that brought me for the first time, in 2010, to the Encontro Paulista de Museus (EPM). For some circumstance, which I honestly can’t bring myself to remember, I wasn’t able to take part in the first edition, in 2009. At the time, I was the municipal secretary, and, in this condition, I followed the Culture and Tourism’s public policies agenda. Since then, I took part in all the following Encontros