Wikimuseums is a project by:

BAM! Cultural Strategies

BAM! is a consultancy and design company based in Bologna, that specialises in audience development and strategic services for the cultural sector. Audience studies, digital engagement strategies, business planning and impact evaluation for cultural actions: BAM! develops innovative projects for museums, festivals and cities, with the aim to ease and improve access to culture.

Wikimuseums a Cesena

In Naples it was made possible by:

Museums of Campania

The Museums of Campania are a regional branch of the Italian Ministry for Cultural Heritage, Activities and Tourism, created in 2014. Their mission is to enhance the artistic patrimony on the territory of the Campania Region, managing and coordinating 28 among museums and archaeological sites.

Dutch Embassy in Rome

On the occasion of the Dutch semester of EU Presidency in 2016, the Dutch diplomatic missions in Italy have launched the open call “Challenges for the cities”, inviting the Italian cultural organizations and creative businesses to build projects together with Dutch artists and creative professionals. Wikimuseums was one of the six winning projects.

And thanks to the collaboration of:

Wikimedia Italy

Wikimedia Italy – Association for the dissemination of free knowledge is the official Italian correspondent of Wikimedia Foundation and has the task of promoting the projects managed by the Wikimedia Foundation and open culture in Italy. Within the association, the group GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) works to improve the contents of Wikipedia on topics relating to the cultural sector, facilitating the collaboration with authorities and institutions.

Open Cultuur Data

Open Cultuur Data is a Dutch network of professionals, developers, designers and copyright experts that opens the cultural sector data and encourages their application in cultural projects capable of making culture accessible to a wider audience. It is a joint initiative of Kennisland, Open State Foundation and the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision.