The State System of Museums (SISEM-SP), organ of the Secretariat of Culture and Creative Economy of the State of São Paulo (SCEC), gather and connects the museum from São Paulo, aiming to promote the qualification and the institutional enhancement for the preservation, research and diffusion of the museological collection of the State. In their last mapping, done in 2010, 415 public and private museological institutions were listed, spread across 190 cities of the state.
The SISEM-SP is structured on the premises of partnership and shared-responsibilities, whose actions are planned for each administrative area, being conceived according to the context, the demands and the local potentialities. In total, the system works in five different types of actions: connection, technical support, communication, training and promotion.
Currently, the SISEM-SP is coordinated by the Unit of Preservation of the Museological Heritage of the Secretariat of Culture and Creative Economy of São Paulo (UPPM/SCEC) through the Technical Group of Coordination of the State System of Museums (GTC SISEM-SP).
Government of the State of São Paulo
Governor of State
Vice-Governor of State
Sérgio Sá Leitão
Secretary of State for Culture and Creative Economy
Secretary Executive of State for Culture and Creative Economy
Head of Cabinet for Culture and Creative Economy
Antônio Thomaz Lessa Garcia Júnior
Coordinator of the Unit of Preservation of the Museological Heritage – UPPM/SCEC
State System of Museums – SISEM-SP
Davidson Panis Kaseker
Director of the Technical Group of Coordination of the State System of Museums – GTC SISEM-SP
Technical Group of Coordination of SISEM
Luiz Fernando Mizukami
To access the legislation which structures the SISEM-SP, click here.