Socialized operation of cultural institutions

Institutions [1] whose activities are determined, implemented and evaluated with the involvement of local residents and which record these in their documents [2] governing their internal activities, are regarded as operating in a socialised form. In other words, this is mode of operation focusing on local residents and communities [3], their needs, requirements and intents,Continue reading

Community cultural institutions The activity implemented in the way of community education and culture, enabling the participation of local residents, conveying, organising, developing and improving culture, is fully open to integrating the processes of socialisation: in community development and other processes aimed at developing communities, as well as in extracurricular learning opportunities and organised events.Continue reading

On the institutional side there are 4 criteria of relevance to socialisation. An institution where each of these has been met, can be regarded as one whose socialisation has been optimised. Where they have only partially been met, the institution has achieved a minimum or partial level of socialisation. Staking out the framework for cooperationContinue reading

Settlement (as the English word is used as technical term borrowed by the Hungarian language) is one of the oldest forerunners of the socialised institutional mode of operation. A ‘settlement’ could today be described, on the one hand, as a community development centre and on the other hand, as a multifunctional integrated human public serviceContinue reading

At least four options need to be taken into account in describing the possibility of cooperation among institutions, residents, citizens and their communities:   the institution – as initiator – offers the possibility for cooperation, accepting and understanding the key criteria, that is, openness and inclusion, as the basic principles of operation. both stakeholders andContinue reading

A pioneering museum project was launched in the 1990s by the Glasgow Museum Service. The aim of the Open Museum project was to make the museum more open and committed to local communities. Based on earlier museum-focused exhibitions organised for communities the then director of the Glasgow Museum proposed that local communities should be permittedContinue reading

The achievement of which components of the complex target of our vocation is enabled by the socialised way of operation? What can you gain, which elements of our activity may benefit from this? There may be a multitude of different answers, however, we have identified the following main points: you will reach out to newContinue reading