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between 18 and 35 (museum’s non-visitors), and foreign visitors, especially Europeans; to engage visi- tors to a new way of looking at the objects by inviting them to establish correlations between the archaeo- logical objects and the contemporary objects. Thus, visitorsbecomeco-producersofknowledgebecause they make their own interpretation of the object’s functions, creating relations between them.
5. Funds
This exhibition was 50% funded by the EU Culture program (EMEE project) and 50% by the General Di- rectorate of Cultural Heritage.
6. Kinds of collaboration
The exhibition included the collaboration of several museums, scienti c associations and universities. It is also important to highlight the cooperation of the workgroup member 'Projecto Estela' in the exhibition, during the preparation phase. During the activities im- plementation, we had the support of Art Museum of
Prehistory and the Sacred in the Tagus Valley, Mação, and the Archaeology Centre of Almada.
It is also important to emphasise the collabo- ration of universities, by bringing young profession- als and referring to this exhibition as an example of interaction with audiences. Also, the participation of students of the Faculty of Social and Human Sci- ences, New University of Lisbon, the Faculty of Arts, University of Lisbon, the Lusophone University and the Piaget Institute.
7. Abstract
The EuroVision – Museums Exhibiting Europe (EMEE) has, as it's primary purpose, motivating visitors to re- interpret and gain greater awareness of the common European heritage, thus making museums more ac- cessible.
In this exhibition,  ve objects from different historical periods are presented: they are all from the Portuguese territory, but could also be found in other parts of Europe. The distances of time and space are blurred so that anyone – person or community – can, by its own, reinvent them, according to their world-

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