#MuseumWeek 2015

LABoral joins cultural institutions and museums around the world that participate in the culture festival on Twitter

Until 29 March 2015

Driven by a dozen Community Managers from French cultural institutions and museums, in collaboration with Twitter teams, #MuseumWeek 2014 attracted 630 cultural institutions from across Europe. In 2015, the ambition is double, since it is about giving a global projection to this event dedicated to the celebration of museums and bringing together an increasingly wider audience, and all in a fun and participatory way.

Thanks to #MuseumWeek, in addition to offering their followers this multicultural project, museums will be able to discover new people interested in their works and enjoy a broader conversation with those who share their interests. Each day of the week will be dedicated to a theme determined to guide the conversation and facilitate its follow-up under the hashtag #MuseumWeek.


  • Monday, March 23 #secretsMW

We will present our daily life, what is going on behind closed doors or perhaps some well-kept secrets.

  • Tuesday, March 24 #souvenirsMW

We invite you to share the memories of your visit, whether they are objects, images or memorable moments.

  • Wednesday, March 25 #architectureMW

We tell the story of our facilities and the environment that surrounds us at Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura.

  • Thursday, March 26 #inspirationMW

We encourage you to show us your vision of contemporary art, science and technology through your photographs and content that is of interest to you. Thanks to smartphones, creation is within everyone’s reach.

  • Friday, March 27 #familyMW

We present all the offers available to make the school or family visit a success: on site (online content, specialized spaces, audio guides, workshops, guided tours…) or online (pedagogical reports, catalogues).

  • Saturday, March 28 #favMW

We encourage visitors to share their favorite content using a photo, video, or the Vine app.

  • Sunday, March 29 #poseMW

We invite visitors to use the museum as the backdrop for a grand stage. Poses, memes, selfies…

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