Nominated projects 2022
Nominees for the CIMUSET Award 2022
The evaluation committee of the CIMUSET Award 2022 has carefully evaluated the nominated projects for the CIMUSET Award 2022 in accordance with the award criteria.
Corporación Maloka de Ciencia, Technología e Innovación, Columbia
The inspiring project ‘Learning at Home with Maloka’ used the crisis of the pandemic to rethink itspractice and how the museum can be relevant for citizens who are not able to go to the museum.Through an innovative and inspiring program, the museum wa able to make connections withnew communities and provide relevant and shared experiences for families about the role ofscience in everyday life.
The Norwegian Railroad Museum, The Armed Forces Museum, Oslo School Museum, The JewishMuseum, the Oslo City Museum, and the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology, Norway
The collective project ‘Miniutstilling’ aims at bringing the museum experience to elderly people,who for different reasons, such as people afflicted with Alzheimer, are not able to go to thephysical museums. It’s inspiring how the project has created a format for elderly people wherethey can engage with science in a fun and relevant manner. It’s great to see the project beingcarried out with different types of cultural institutions.
Cultural Centre for Science – Centro Cultural de la Ciencia, Argentina – WINNER
The ambitious project ‘Ocean’ sets an inspirational standard for science museums on how theyought to develop exhibitions and programs in the future. The project shows formats and methodsfor sustainable practice on several levels and are clearly linked to and aimed at the UN SDGs,especially goal no. 15, Life Below Water. The project unfolds the potential of how museums can berelevant for more diverse citizens through establishing learning partnerships with different typesof institutions. The project thereby demonstrates how science museums can make a difference inthe creation of a more sustainable world.
Guangdong Science Center, China
The grand project ‘Guangdong Food and Drug Exploration Hall’ has an original concept, whichprovides relevant content for many citizens through multiple formats; some of them veryinnovative. The ambitions of the project in terms of impact on citizens and society are veryinspirational for the science museums sector and the project shows how science museums canplay an active part in the changes we need to see to create a more sustainable planet.