ProMu Cultural Projects is an independent organisation for Project Management, Consultancy and Research for Museums, the Arts, and Heritage. Founded in 2010 by Eva Koppen, its offices are located in Amsterdam (NL). For its international projects ProMu often works from abroad. Since its foundation ProMu Cultural Projects has collaborated with various international partners from Austria, Denmark, England, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, the Russian Federation, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland and Turkey.
ProMu has a special focus on
1.Professional Development for Museums
2.European Collaborative Museum Projects
3.Exhibition Management & Production
ProMu Cultural Project is particularly interested in
1.Jewish Museums and Heritage in Europe
2.Collaborative Projects the Netherlands || Russia
The ProMu team/Who are we?
Eva Koppen (founder) - Amsterdam (NL)
Specialized in management of cultural collaborative projects in the field of museums and heritage, production and coordination of events. Before establishing ProMu Cultural Projects, she contributed to various exhibitions and heritage projects in the Netherlands and Russia. Through her work as assistant curator of the exhibition Modern Masterpieces from Moscow at the Jewish Historical Museum (2007) she became involved in the Jewish museum field. MA in Cultural History and in Museum Studies from the University of Amsterdam (NL).
Anita Christensen - Oslo (NO)
Consultant and advisor for Jewish museums since 2012. Christensen has worked on projects for the Oslo Jewish Museum (NO) and the National Yiddish Book Center (USA). For ProMu she coordinates all communication including the website and social media of the Association of European Jewish Museums MA in Jewish Studies from University College London and MSt in Jewish-Christian Relations from University of Cambridge.
Nikki Boot - Amsterdam (NL)
Freelance cultural producer and researcher since 2013 (Bureau Boot). Boot has worked on projects for the Amsterdam 4th & 5th of May committee and the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam. For ProMu she coordinates the expert meeting Jewish Museums Today of the Association of European Jewish Museums (2016-2017). BA in Cultural Anthropology of the University Utrecht (NL) and MA in Museum Studies of the University of Amsterdam (NL).
Robbie Schweiger - Amsterdam (NL)
Freelance curator and cultural entrepeneur since 2012. Worked on a wide range of projects, amongst others for the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, ARTtube, and VPRO broadcasting agency. Schweiger is an associate partner of ProMu Cultural Projects. MA in Art History from the University of Amsterdam and in Russian & Eurasion Studies from Leiden University (NL).