49 museums from 20 European countries participated at the 5th edition of the Museums in Short Award – European contest for short videos produced by/for/with museums. The awarding ceremony will take place in Piran/Slovenia on the 31st of August 2018,

hosting by the International foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures and Piran Municipality.

The Jury – international group of Museum, Media and Video professionals selected 12 finalists, divided in three categories: promotional (trailers communicating museums, their exhibitions or events), exhibits (short video realized for permanent or temporary exhibition) and storytelling (short narratives in video format – fictional documentaries, interviews, motion graphics, animations, etc.).

The winners in each category will be announced at the ceremony in Piran (Slovenia) on the 31st of August 2018 on the open-air […]


The deadline to submit your video to the Museums in Short Award is extended until April 6th 2018.

For further information and to apply: http://www.museumsinshort.eu/application

The awards will be presented in a dedicated open-air event in the historic town of Piran, Slovenia on 31st 2018 August evening.  

Submit your video and… see you in Piran!


App, games, films… today museums’ multimedia projects can have many forms. Nevertheless, short videos appear the most common option: conceived as visual exhibit or promotional content, short videos are a sort of common denominator, in the real life of contemporary museums.

Museums in Short is an European contest and an archive for short videos realized by/for/with museums.

Launched in 2012, Museums in Short awards are presented to institutions, authors or producers who use videos to enhance museum communication and engage audiences. Projects may include documentaries, animations, trailers and visual installations.

In 2018 edition there are three Museums in Short award categories:

Promotional: trailers communicating museums, their exhibitions or events;

Exhibits: short video realized for permanent or temporary exhibition.

Storytelling: short […]


Museums in Short 2017 winners have been announced at Piran (Slovenia), in an open-air event open to museum experts, citizens and tourists. The international award for the best short video related to museums went to the Museum of Yugoslavia from Belgrade (Serbia). The organisers conferred the Prize on the director, Neda Knezević, for the video “Russian Avant-Garde in Belgrade”.

The audience award (votes collected online) went to the Museum of Archaeology of Pella (Greece): more than 3.000 people participate to the online votation, using the open platform www.museumsinshort.eu.

Mondriaanhuis, the museum dedicated to the great Dutch artist Piet Mondrian located in Amersfoort (the Netherlands) received a special acknowledgement for the inspiring visual exhibit dedicate to Mondrian in New York.

The contest Museums in Short 2017 received 40 short videos […]


Museums in Short official Ceremony 2017 which will take place on Thursday, 31 August 2017 at 8.30 p.m. at the open-air venue, 1st of May Square / Piazza Vecchia in Piran (Slovenia). The event will take place in the framework of the Piranova – International Heritage Research Centre and will be hosted by the International foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures and sponsored by the Municipality of Piran.

Please, find attached the Programme.

For any further questions do not hesitate to contact us.

We are looking forward to meeting you in Piran (Slovenia)!


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