SKREI receives NOK 2 million from Nordic Last og Buss
The largest single contribution from a local business to date. – I am touched and quite humbled when I see that SKREI means so much to so many in the region, says museum director Geir Are Johansen in connection with the presentation of a symbolic check this week.
The Nora Project and Iceland Trip
How to contribute to sustainable tourism? How will we be able to build environmentally friendly museums in the future and get younger generations to move to rural areas? These are some of the questions the Nora project will discuss and explore over the next three years.
What role should the museum have in my community?
What role should the museum have in my community? This question was asked by participants in the Council meeting of Museum Nord.
Museum Nord is developing its offering through ambitious project work. Projects are often the basis for research activity, collection and dissemination.
GaiaVesterålen is a research and technology initiative that aims to create more environmentally friendly and sustainable communities.
SKREI Research Center (SRC)
SKREI Research Center (SRC) is a three-year project to create an infrastructure that coordinates international, interdisciplinary research and knowledge on topics related to Arctic cod.
GaiaTalent is a measure against exclusion among young people. We want to connect digital talents in exclusion with the need for digital competence in rural areas.
PhD project: Basic exhibitions
PhD project: Basic exhibitions – in a squeeze between the authorities’ museum policy guidelines, different user groups and the growth of research.