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EMYA Judging Panel is an independent international expert body appointed by the EMF Board of Trustees.

José Gameiro, Portugal (Chair)

Director of the Museum of Portimão, in Portugal, (winner of the “Council of Europe Museum Prize 2010");
Master in "Management and Administration of Cultural Heritage”, by the University of the Algarve; degree in “Visual Arts", by the Fine Arts School, University of Lisbon;
Adviser of the "Portuguese Museum Network" and the "Museum, Conservation and Heritage Committee" of the Portuguese Culture Council;
Board Member of the ICOM Portugal (2014-2017) and of the "Algarve Museums Network";
Consultant and teacher in museology and industrial heritage.

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Kimmo Antila, Finland

Director of the Finnish Postal Museum 2012-;
Project Manager at the Museum Centre Vapriikki 2006-2012 (EMYA 2010 special commendation for Tampere 1918, Museum of Finnish Civil War);
Lecturer at the Finnish university network for the history of science and technology 2002- 2006;
Member of the board, Finnish Museum Association 2015-; Member of the board, ICOM-CIMUSET (Committee for the Science and Technology Museums) 2010-;
Member of the board, Finnish Society for the History of Technology 2003-, Vice president 2016-; Past member of the board, Finnish Museum of Technology 2012-2016; Past member of the executive committee, ICOHTEC (International Committee for the History of Technology) 2010-2013.

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Karmele Barandiaran, Spain

Art Historian;
Head of the Development and Public Area, San Telmo Museum, San Sebastian, Spain, 2012-;
Assistant Director for the relaunch of the San Telmo Museum, San Sebastian, Spain, 2010-2011;
K6-Cultural Management (Founding Partner), Director of Projects. Director of Museum Management Area. Leadership and management of public and private small museums (Zumalakarregi Museum, Oiasso Roman Museum, Igartubeiti Country House Museum, Rezola Concret Museum). 2011-1989;
Senior Museums Technician. Department of Culture, Museums Section, Regional Council of Gipuzkoa, 1988-1985.

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Marlen Mouliou, Greece

Full-time Lecturer of Museology, Faculty of History and Archaeology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2013 onwards); Co-ordinator of the Postgraduate Programme in Museums Studies, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Vice-Chair of the European Academic Heritage Network-UNIVERSEUM (from July 2016); Former Chair and Former Secretary, International Committee for the Collections and Activities of Museums of Cities (CAMOC) (2010-2016); Archaeologist-Museologist and Heritage Officer, Hellenic Ministry of Culture (Directorate of Museums, Exhibitions and Educational Programmes) (1997-2013); Adjunct Lecturer of Museology, University of Thessaly (Faculty of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology) (2002-2010); Founding member of the Editorial Board of the Greek scientific journal Tetradia Mouseiologias [Museological Notebooks].

 

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Christophe Dufour, Switzerland

Director of the Muséum d'histoire naturelle de Neuchâtel, Switzerland;
Entomologist. Taxonomy and biogeography of craneflies (Diptera, Tipulidae);
Founder of the CSCF (Swiss Biological Records Center);
Lecturer in museology for the AMS (Swiss Museums Association) and Master courses in Museology (UniNE);
Member of the Editorial board of the Lettre de l’OCIM (Dijon-France).

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Metka Fujs, Slovenia

Historian, Museum Councilor, Director of the Pomurje Museum Murska Sobota, Slovenia 2007-2015;
Chair of the Slovenian Museum Association 2004–2016;
Treasurer/Board Member of the Internationa Committe for Regional Museums (ICR) 2003-;
Director of the Pomurje Museum Murska Sobota 1983-;
Curator, Researcher, Editor, Author, Project Leader, Board Member of the Slovenian Museum Association, Board Member of the Slovenina Museum Society, Member of the Ethics Commission at the Slovenian Committee of ICOM.

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Jan Gerchow, Germany

Historian, director of the Historical Museum Frankfurt (Historisches Museum Frankfurt am Main, Germany), since 2005, involved in planning a new building and new exhibition concept.
Member of the Frankfurt Historical Commission.
1993-2005 curator at the Ruhrlandmuseum Essen; previously Research Fellow at the Max-Planck-Institute for History in Göttingen and Assistant Professor at the History Department, University of Freiburg im Breisgau.

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Jouetta van der Ploeg, The Netherlands

Director, Stadsmuseum Zoetermeer;
Board Member of the Dutch Museum Association;
Member of the Editorial Council National Museum Congress, Dutch Museum Association;
European Museum Forum National Correspondent;
Author and co-author of numerous publications.

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Laurella Rinçon, France

National Curator, Ministry of culture and communication, Paris;
Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (MUCEM), 2008-2010;
National Institute for Cultural Heritage (INP), 2007-2008;
Ecole Normale Supérieure Lettres et Sciences humaines (ENS-LSH), 2005-2007;
Museum of World Cultures, Sweden, 2002-2004.

Jette Sandahl, Denmark

Director of the Museum of Copenhagen, Denmark;
Director Experience, Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand,
2006-2008;
Founding Director Museum of World Cultures, Sweden, 2001-2006;
Director Exhibitions and Public Programs, National Museum of Denmark, 1995-2001;
Project Manager and Director, the Women's Museum of Denmark, 1984-1995.

 

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Jahangir Selimkhanov, Azerbaijan

Expert in cultural policy and arts management;
Adjunct expert on Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Azerbaijan Ministry of Culture and Tourism, 2013-;
Member of the European Cultural Parliament, 2005-;
Arts & Culture Programme Director, Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation Azerbaijan, 1998-2010.

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Wim de Vos, Belgium

Advisor to Belgian Federal Minister in charge of Agriculture, Self-Employed, Small Businesses and Social Integration; Member of the advisory board of The Best in Heritage (Dubrovnik);
Advisor to the Belgian Federal Minister in charge of the federal scientific institutions;
Member of ICOM Executive Council; Chairman of the Flemish Museums Association; Chairman of ICOM Belgium; Member of ICOM’s Strategic Plan Evaluation Committee (2010–2011);
Communication Manager of the Royal Belgian Institute and the Museum of Natural Sciences, 2004-2009; in charge of the Exhibitions and Outreach Programs of the Royal Library of Belgium, 1995-2003.

Art Historian;
Head of the Development and Audiences Area, San
Telmo Museum, San Sebastian, Spain, 2012-;
Assistant Director in the renovation of the San Telmo Museum, San Sebastian, Spain, 2010-2011;
K6-Cultural Management (Founding Partner), Director of Projects. Director of Museum Management Area. Leadership and management of public and private small museums (Zumalakarregi Museum, Oiasso Roman Museum, Igartubeiti Country House Museum, Rezola Concret Museum). 2011-1989;
Senior Museums Technician. Department of Culture, Museums Section, Regional Council of Gipuzkoa, 1988-1985.