PALAMUSTO - Research and Training for the Palace Museum of Tomorrow is a Marie Curie ITN (Innovative Training Network) action, approved by H2020, with a funding of 2,500,000 euros. The Institute of Art History of NOVA School of Social and Human Sciences and Parks of Sintra-Monte da Lua are the Portuguese partners.
The aim is to create managers of historical buildings of the future, combining a solid academic formation in art history and architecture, through training of partner universities (Louvaina, Utrecht, Warsaw, Munich and NOVA) to teach the best professional practices in heritage management, through services provided by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, the Netherlands; Castle and Gardens of Baden-Württemberg, Germany; and Parks of Sintra - Monte da Lua, Portugal.
Students will attend the doctoral programs of the involved universities, complemented by a set of actions promoted by the project members in the various participating countries, including research and professional internships, scientific meetings, summer schools, among others, resulting in comprehensive training and international.
PALAMUSTO is the initiative of a group of researchers who originally met in an international network funded by the European Science Foundation called Palatium (2010-2015), of which NOVA was already part.