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Managing Indoor Climate Risks 2

avril 21, 2017

Ateliers

fromdu 15 mai 2017 toau 16 mai 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
University of Cambridge Museums (UCM), Royaume-Uni

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Cambridge, Royaume-Uni

More info:Plus d’infos : URL

Description :
Dear colleagues,

University of Cambridge Museums (UCM) have places available on the upcoming Managing Indoor Climate Risks 2-day workshop:

Dates: Monday 15 & Tuesday 16 May 2017

Venue: Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge UK

Cost: 244 GBP

For further information and to book your place on the course, please visit our webpage.

For any enquiries into our UCM Conservation and Collections Care courses, please email Hollie Drinkwater at collectionscarecourses@museums.cam.ac.uk.

With thanks and best wishes,

Hollie Drinkwater

Collections Care Courses

University of Cambridge Museums

collectionscarecourses@museums.cam.ac.uk


Museums + Heritage Show

Exposition

fromdu 17 mai 2017 toau 18 mai 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Museums and Heritage, Royaume-Uni

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : London, Royaume-Uni

More info:Plus d’infos : URL

Description :
he Museums + Heritage Show is taking place on 17 + 18 May 2017 at West Hall, Olympia, London. It is FREE to attend and offers two jam-packed days featuring more than 50 free talks, 150 suppliers and consultants and a raft of special new features. It’s the perfect place to discover new ideas and opportunities and to explore new ways of working, all designed to make your organisation bigger, better and stronger! Register now for your free pass and make sure you keep up to date on all the latest news and reports by following us on Twitter @MandHShow #MandHShow.


2017 Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction

Conférence

fromdu 22 mai 2017 toau 26 mai 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
UNISDR,

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Cancun, Mexique

More info:Plus d’infos : URL

Description :
Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction

Final Agenda
The final agenda of the Global Platform (GP) is now available on the GP website. For more information, follow this link.

Please note that on Wednesday, 24 May, there will be a Welcome Plenary Session at 9H30 followed by various Working Sessions and Special Sessions. The Opening Ceremony will take place on 24 May at 15H00 in the presence of the President of Mexico, Heads of State/Government and high-level authorities.

Greening
The 2017 Global Platform will be a paper-smart conference, and therefore, participants are strongly discouraged from bringing print materials. Instead, UNISDR encourages all interested parties to create/update a profile and upload documents via the UNISDR PreventionWeb website.

If a document is new and for launch at the 2017 Global Platform, kindly mention this when uploading the document and it will also appear on the 2017 Global Platform website.

Preparatory Events taking place prior to the Global Platform
A high number of Preparatory Events will take place in the days prior to the Global Platform (20-22 May). To see a list of all these events, please follow this link.

Multi Hazard Early Warning Conference
The Multi-Hazard Early Warning Conference is taking place on 22-23 May 2017 at the same venue as the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in Cancun, Mexico. The Conference is hosted by Mexico and organized by WMO, UNISDR, UNESCO, UNESCO/IOC and the World Bank/GFDRR (see website for full list of partners). The Conference is financed by the Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems (CREWS) initiative, USAID and the Governments of Mexico and Spain. For information on the Conference programme and objectives please visit the website. Due to limited space, registration is by invitation only. Participants in the Global Platform who are interested in participating in the Multi-Hazard Early Warning Conference can contact the organizers through the Conference email address: mhew2017@wmo.int. Invited participants will have to be pre-register for the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction.

Side Events
There will be 45 Side Events taking place during the GP from 24 to 26 May. These will cover a broad range of topics related to disaster risk reduction, the Sendai Framework and its implementation. The full list of Side Events is now available at the following link.

Speed Networking
Space and materials will be provided for participants to organize 1-hr long speed networking sessions for up to 30 persons. Thank you to all our partners who have expressed interest in setting up their own speed networking events! Expressions of interest will be accepted up until Monday, 24 April (by email to Ms. Maria Hasan at hasan3@un.org). Details will be shared on the following link soon after the 24 April deadline.

Visas for Mexico and Hotel Bookings
Participants need to process visa applications as soon as possible. Detailed information on formalities to enter Mexico is available through the following link.
Hotel rooms at negotiated reduced rates are being assigned on a first come first serve basis. If you want to take advantage of reduced rates you need to book your hotel soon.

Regards,

The UNISDR Team


Webinars on Legal Issues in Collections Management

avril 20, 2017

Séminaire en ligne

fromdu 12 avril 2017 toau 17 mai 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Connecting to Collections Care C2CC, États-Unis

More info:Plus d’infos : URL

Description :
Connecting to Collections Care is pleased to offer a special series of
webinars on Legal Issues in Collections Management. For this series, C2CC
partners with ARCS, the Association for Registrars and Collections
Specialists. Join us!

April 12, 2017 Introduction to Legal Issues in Collections Management with
John E. Simmons

April 19, 2017 Ethical Issues in Collections Management with Sally
Yerkovich

May 17, 2017 Why Do We Need This? Insights and Hindsights from
Deaccessioning with Leslie B. Jones

All webinars are scheduled from 2:00 – 3:00 EDT and they are free. Check
our website to sign-up:
www.connectingtocollections.org
We hope to see you there.

Contact


SOG CONFERENCE

Conférence

fromdu 05 juin 2017 toau 10 juin 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Society of Gilders, États-Unis

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Arlington, États-Unis

More info:Plus d’infos : URL

Description :
JUNE 5-10 2017 – University of Texas at Arlington

The 2017 SOG Conference is on!

Why should you attend? How about advancing your skills in your field of gilding? How about learning a new type of gilding? How about spending time with people who speak your language, and have the same creative interests as you do? How about getting expert advice on a gilding problem? Sharing your success stories? Relaxing and making friends? All this and more awaits you!

Click on the « CONFERENCE » tab for information on registration, classes, housing, events, scholarship, and more.

NOW!!! Registration open to everyone – Feb 25, 2017 – May10, 2017 –
$235 members, $315 non-members
It’s not too late to join!

Late fee registration – May 11, 2017-May 17, 2017
$335 member, $415 non-members

The Conference will be held at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), and will be sponsored by their Art & Art History Dept. Members Dan and Linda Dipert are hosting the conference and doing much of the groundwork. It should be a good one.

Inscription date limite : 10 mai 2017 prime à la réponse


NOTRE CAPITALe, NOTRE PATRIMOINE : Collectivité, gouvernance et savoir-faire

Conférence

fromdu 11 octobre 2017 toau 14 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Association for Preservation Technology International and the National Trust for Canada, Canada

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement :

More info:Plus d’infos : URL

Description :
Conference Website Launched!

The Association for Preservation Technology International and the National Trust for Canada, have joined forces to create CAPITALizing on HERITAGE, expected to be the largest ever gathering of conservation practitioners and advocates in Canada.

Conservators, architects, engineers, heritage planners, craftspeople, policy makers, construction managers, cultural landscape specialists and strong community voices will come together to share and showcase the best in technology, policy, means and methods for preserving and renewing heritage buildings, districts and engineering works.

The Conference website will be continually adding more information, so make sure you bookmark and visit often!Ottawa, an historic capital city and the Confederation’s 150th anniversary offer the perfect opportunity to explore how people, policy, and preservation practice intersect to renew landmarks, protect what matters, and create vibrant places.

The Association for Preservation Technology International and the National Trust for Canada have joined forces to create CAPITALizing on HERITAGE, expected to be the largest gathering of conservation practitioners and advocates ever mounted in Canada. Industry professionals and strong community voices will come together to share the best in technology, policy, means and methods for preserving and renewing heritage buildings, sculptures, districts and engineering works.

The conference will capitalize on this rich blend of history, place, ritual and expertise for a truly memorable and inspiring event. Reflecting this diversity, CAPITALizing on HERITAGE will provide an extraordinary opportunity with seven conference tracks organized into three technical tracks, three cultural/community tracks and one track exploring the intersection of policy and technical issues. The papers within each thematic track will range from macro to micro in scale, with subject matter as diverse as cultural landscapes, non-destructive testing, heritage advocacy, engineering, sustainability, and project financing.

This is a Conference developed by preservationists for preservationists to connect, create and collaborate! And this year, as we partner with National Trust for Canada you’ll benefit from added events, speakers and expanded networking opportunities!

Conference Tracks:

SAVOIR-FAIRE: TECHNIQUES & TECHNOLOGY
Track 1: Documentation and Diagnostics – Understanding Historic Places
Track 2: Design – Planning the Conservation if Historic Places
Track 3: Delivery – Intervening In Historic Places

INTERSECTION
Track 4: Policy and Practice

COMMUNITY
Track 5: CANADA 150 – Indigenous Heritage, Diversity, and New Directions
Track 6: Integrating Old and New – Buildings, Districts, and Landscapes
Track 7: Regeneration – Community, Economics, and Equitable Places


11th Hands On! Conference

avril 13, 2017

Conférence

fromdu 11 octobre 2017 toau 14 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
International Association of children in museums, Czech Republic

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Pilsen, Pisek and Prague, Czech Republic

More info:Plus d’infos : URL

Description :
The conference is going to examine the influence of technology on humanity and the education of today’s children, discussing ways of implementing technology into the daily children’s museums work. In addition, a strong focus is going to be on “children as heroes of the future”, looking at ways of how story telling and the promotion of creativity can help children develop ethic values and inner qualities such as empathy, courage and notion of justice.

The conference is open to everybody working with children or interested in working with children in the museums field. Enjoy a friendly family atmosphere, an inspiring program, beautiful sights, peer collaboration and friendly feedback.

Online registration opens on 28 April.


IHBC Annual School ‘Transport Infrastructure: the backbone of civilisation’ Manchester 2017

Cours

fromdu 22 juin 2017 toau 24 juin 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
The Institute of Historic Building Conservation, Royaume-Uni

More info:Plus d’infos : URL

Description
The Institute of Historic Building Conservation will hold its 19th Annual School in Manchester, UK, from 22–24 June, 2017, hosted by the IHBC North West Branch. This year’s Annual School examines the rich legacy of transport infrastructure, exploring both its continuing role as a future driver of change and economic growth as well as its impact upon historic places. The emergence of transport networks brought massive physical change to the urban and rural landscape and the structures associated with road, river, canal, rail and air transport continue to shape the world around us. New modes of transport and communication were critical to the industrial revolution and ongoing expansion continues to stimulate economic, social and cultural exchange and interaction. Much of this accumulated historic transport legacy survives and remains in operation, often adapted to serve new needs and sometimes reinvented and converted for new purposes


Assistant Book Conservator: full time, permanent post

Emplois

Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford, Royaume-Uni

More info:Plus d’infos : URL

Description
Are you looking for the perfect start to your career in Book Conservation? This is a rare opportunity to gain a permanent role in the specialist Book Team at the Bodleian Libraries. You will have a recognised qualification in conservation of books or equivalent training and experience, and a broad knowledge of the collection care activities, and have demonstrated your commitment to the field in your placements and work experience.

Full details are available on the University jobs page
Please not that all applications must be made through the form provided on the website. Follow the instructions carefully to ensure that your application can be processed. We regret that CVs cannot be accepted.

Nicole Gilroy, Head of Book Conservation
Bodleian Libraries, Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BG
United Kingdom
+44 1865 277080
Nicole.gilroy@bodleian.ox.ac.uk


Open positions for Conservator and Senior Conservator/Senior Conservation Scientist

Emplois

SGS Art Services, Chine

Description
SGS Art Services is looking for two driven and experienced conservation professionals (a Conservator and a Senior Conservator or Senior Conservation Scientist) to head our expansion in China and fill the positions listed below. As well as a degree in Conservation, they will have wide-ranging post-qualification experience, encompassing collections care and management, documentation, and best practices in both private and museum environments, as well as a background in project management.

If interested, please e-mail: art.services@sgs.com

(1) Job title and reporting: Inspector (Art Conservator) – Art Inspection Services China (Reporting to Technical & Quality Manager China)
Hours of work and Contract: full-time, permanent

Primary Responsibilities
* Condition reporting on artworks
* Inventory/Survey of art collections
* Photographic documentation of art objects
* Administrative assistance

Specific Responsibilities
* Produce condition reports of different levels of detail on art objects of different categories
* Conduct systematic inventory or survey (including description and photographic documentation) of art collections
* Work according to established procedures
* Report damages and inconsistencies

SGS Required training
* Code of integrity
* SGS Art Services software

Education
* MA in Art Conservation or equivalent
* Fluent/Native English speaking and writing (Condition reports are drafted in English). Other languages (Mandarin in particular) an asset.
Skills, Experience, and Technical Knowledge
* At least 5-10 years of experience in condition reporting on different categories of art objects
* Administrative skills
* Excellent photographic and documentation capabilities for cultural objects
* Comfortable with and very good proficiency on a range of computing skills
* Precision, independence

Lire suite…


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