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New Director of the Maritime Museum

New Director of the Maritime Museum

26-02-2015 08:00:00


The current Director of M/S Maritime Museum in Elsinore, Camilla Mordhorst, has been appointed deputy director of the National Museum and will therefore stop as Director of M/S Maritime Museum this summer. The museum's board has begun a recruitment process to find a new director to expand the position which the new maritime museum has received.

"I am happy that I have helped to give the old museum a new beginning. It has been some eventful year that has required alot of work to reach the ambitious goals. That, I think, largely succeeded. M/S Maritime Museum is not only an extraordinary architectural experience that has been echoed in the international architecture and design world, it is also a wonderful museum of Denmark as a maritime nation," says Camilla Mordhorst.

Since the new maritime museum opened in October 2013, it received numerous international awards, and the museum has more than tripled its number of visitors.

Camilla Mordhorst is leaving after barely two years as director. She continues over the next few months in the position and gets the chance to be there when it is decided whether the Maritime Museum wins award as the European museum (European Museum of the Year Award 2015).

Source: M/S Maritime Museum / Maritime Denmark


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