Special Collections. Call for proposals

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Why do we keep things? After all, what good is a collection that cannot tell a good story?

Stamps, coins, lead soldiers, seashells, sugar packers, porcelain figures, works of art, antique books, plants, manuscripts, models and miniatures, butterflies...    

The Money Museum invites collectors from all areas to exhibit their collections in public.

On 20 May, we are giving a voice to Collections with an informal display of items of all types and origins. Each collector will be provided with a small space to display between 5 and 7 items and share all the adventures their treasures conceal. After all, what good is a collection that cannot tell a good story?

To take part, send an email by 31 March to info@museudodinheiro.pt with the following information:

- Collector’s name
- Type of collection
- Short description of the object you want to display and the stories associated with them (maximum 2 pages A4)
- Time preference (the activity takes place on 20 May): 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. | 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. | all day

Other requirements:

- Photographs of the objects (with resolution no greater than 500K)

 

* The Museum will select the participants based on the number of enrolments. Participants will receive an invitation to take part.

Information

Special Collections. Call for proposals

To take part, send an email by 31 March to info@museudodinheiro.pt with the following information:

- Collector’s name

- Type of collection

- Short description of the object you want to display and the stories associated with them (maximum 2 pages A4)

- Time preference (the activity takes place on 20 May): 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. | 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. | all day

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