Museum Vestsjælland's board has a new composition

Museum Vestsjælland's board has a new composition

Earlier this year, Steen Kyed took office as the new chairman and now two vacant board positions have been filled in the museum's board, which is thus full again.

We welcome Camilla Løntoft Nybye and Michael Knudsen.

Camilla Løntoft Nybye is a partner in the firm Rønnow Arkitekter and has a great deal of knowledge about working with listed and conservation-worthy buildings. She has been project manager on a large number of renovations and transformations of cultural institutions, including several in our area.

Museum Vestsjælland is housed in a large number of listed or conservation-worthy buildings, and we continuously work to improve the framework for museum operations and the audience experience. Here we will be able to make really good use of Camilla's skills, network and knowledge.

Michael Knudsen is a partner in the advertising and communications agency Bates VML. He has broad and versatile experience with branding and communication and has over the years worked for a large number of larger and smaller cultural institutions and thus knows the cultural industry in depth.

We need the knowledge of Museum Vestsjælland, our exhibition sites, activities and general work to get out even more widely. Here, Michael will be a really good sparring partner on the board and for the museum in the further development of our branding and communication.

The two new board members have been appointed by the heads of culture in the six municipalities that make up Museum Vestsjælland's area.

Chairman of the board Steen Kyed is looking forward to the collaboration:

"Camilla and Michael join the board at a good time - just as we really need to work on the museum's long-term development plans - and here I am convinced that we will be able to benefit greatly from their multifaceted skills".

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