Identity - on the Line
Identity - on the Line
Identity on the Line

Identity on the Line

Identity on the Line is a large-scale cooperation project, financed by Creative Europe aiming to explore the long-term consequences of different migration processes which took place in Europe over the last 100 years. Six cultural history museums and one university are working together for four years, starting in 2019. Would you like to contact us? Please email us at i-on@i-on.museum

About

Identity on the Line (I-ON) will explore how experiences of migration have influenced the informants’ identities in different ways in order to evoke the hope and potential for fellowship which the fluidity of identity may entail.  Our priority is to reinforce the sense of belonging to a common European space to contemporary migrants, to those who have settled and their hosting communities. Read more about us >>>

News

19 March 2020

UPDATE ON WORKSHOP AND KEYNOTE SPEECH

A decision was made to cancel the keynote speech by Dr. Danie Meyer on 25 March due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

This event will be rescheduled and the new date will be posted on our website and Facebook.

For any questions, please email us on i-on@i-on.museum.

 

13 March 2020

UPDATE ON WORKSHOP

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the physical workshop in Poland has been cancelled.

We will, however, still have a digital keynote speech by Dr Danie Meyer. This will be livestreamed on Wednesday, 25 March from 9:30 to 10:30 Oslo time and we invite you to join us via the link which we will make available on our website and Facebook.

For any questions, please email us on i-on@i-on.museum.

 

16 February 2020

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Who we are

The project is a broad cooperation between partner institutions in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Poland, Lithuania, Slovenia and Croatia. Starting with similar approaches and using the same methods, each museum will work on one important migration process in its country by collecting and facilitating sensitive narratives in local exhibitions and uncovering challenges which have not been addressed before. The main findings and common features will be summarized and made available as a joint travel exhibition within Europe and a digital package for education.