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Europeana Task Force Group Survey on Advanced documentation of 3D Digital Assets

juin 28, 2017

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Cyprus University of Technology Digital Heritage Lab, Europeana, CIPA Heritage Documentation, Digitale Rekonstruktion

Cyprus and European Union

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The e-documentation of Cultural Heritage (CH) assets is inherently a multimedia process and a great challenge, addressed through digital representation of the shape, appearance and conservation condition of the heritage/cultural object for which 3D digital model is expected to become the representation. 3D reconstructions should progress beyond current levels to provide the necessary semantic information (knowledge/story) for in-depth studies and use by researchers, and creative users, offering new perspectives and understandings. Digital surrogates can add a laboratory dimension to on-site explorations originating new avenues in the way tangible cultural heritage is addressed.

The generation of high quality 3D models is still very demanding, time-consuming and expensive, not at least because the modelling is carried out for individual objects rather than for entire collections and formats provided in digital reconstructions/representations are frequently not interoperable and therefore cannot be easily accessed and/or re-used or preserved.

This 15 minutes long survey aims to gather your advice concerning the current and future e-documentation of 3D CH objects. We would appreciate your taking the time to complete it. Your responses are voluntary and will be confidential. Responses will not be identified by individual. All responses will be compiled together and analyzed as a group. The results of this survey will be published before the end of this year on the channels of Europeana Professional (, CIPA (Comité International de Photogrammétrie Architecturale –, Digital Heritage Research Lab ( and Digitale Rekonstruktion (

Future talks 017 : The silver edition : Visions. Innovation in technology and conservation of the modern

juin 23, 2017


fromdu 11 octobre 2017 toau 13 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum Munich, Allemagne

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Munich, Allemagne

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Description :
FUTURE TALKS 017_Registration Open

The Conservation Department
Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum

is pleased to announce its 5th edition of the FUTURE TALKS conference series:

The silver edition

Duration October 11 to 13, 2017
Organiser Die Neue Sammlung ? The Design Museum
Location Ernst von Siemens-Auditorium, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany

Conference fee (3 day-ticket)
The registration fee is graduated.
Please note there is a higher fee if you register after July 31,2017.

Early bird (booking and payment until July 31,2017) : EUR 250,00 after July 31, 2017: EUR 350,00

Early bird (booking and payment until July 31, 2017): EUR 150,00 after July 31, 2017: EUR 250,00

Evening reception (October 12, 2017): EUR 50,00 (includes interesting people, open buffet and free drinks)

Payment must be transferred to Die Neue Sammlung bank account not later than September 30, 2017 (early bird: July 31, 2017). Numbers for the conference are limited and early registration is advised. Register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Day passes are not available. Please note that registration and timely payment is required to participate.

Helena Ernst [Conservator M.A. Univ.]

Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum Munich
Direktion | Tuerkenstrasse 15 | 80333 München, Deutschland

Fon: +49 89 272725 – 582
Fax: +49 89 272725 – 561


Inscription date limite : 31 July 2017 prime à la réponse

Training Camp – Tecniche innovative per Beni Culturali: Conoscenza e Caratterizzazione di siti e reperti archeologici


fromdu 13 septembre 2017 toau 22 septembre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Università di Sassari, Sardegna Ricerche, E-RIHS (European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science), Italie

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Alghero, Italie

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Description :
The « Training Camp – Innovative Techniques for Cultural Heritage: Knowledge and Characterization of Sites and Archaeological Finds » is an event organized by the University of Sassari with the patronage of the European Network Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS) and funded by « Sardegna Ricerche » (Bando Scientific School 2016/2017).
The Training Camp aims to give participants a comprehensive overview of issues related to conservation and analysis of archaeological finds and gain experience in their solution through multidisciplinary confrontation with various experts in the field.

Inscription date limite : 16 juillet 2017

Eighth MaSC Workshop and Meeting

juin 19, 2017


fromdu 26 septembre 2017 toau 30 septembre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
HERCULES Laboratory, University of Évora, Portugal

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Évora, Portugal

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Description :
Évora Workshop and Meeting 2017
Eighth MaSC Workshop and Meeting
HERCULES Lab, University of Évora,
Évora, Portugal
26 – 30 September 2017

Please visit the HERCULES Laboratory MaSC Registration webpages for registration information.

WORKSHOP (26 – 27, and 30 September, 2017):
There will be a two-day workshop held at the HERCULES Lab on the practical applications of gas chromatographic analysis using solid-phase microextraction (SPME) and pyrolysis for samples from cultural heritage objects. It will consist of lectures and hands-on use of the instrumentation using samples prepared by the HERCULES Lab and MaSC, as well as samples supplied by the participants. The two-day workshop will be limited to 15 participants owing to laboratory space constraints.

The third day of the workshop, which will be immediately after the MaSC Meeting and open to all, will cover the use of AMDIS for GCMS data analysis and will use the results collected during the hands-on sessions.

Workshop instructors will include Cristina Dias, Dora Teixeira and Ana Manhita (HERCULES Lab), Christopher Maines (National Gallery of Art), Michael Schilling (Getty Conservation Institute), Henk van Keulen (Cultural Heritage Institute of the Netherlands), and others to be announced.

MEETING (28 – 29 September, 2017):
The meeting will be held at the University of Évora and will comprise discussions and presentations on novel applications of chromatographic and mass spectrometric techniques to the study of art and cultural artefacts. All meeting attendees will be welcome to register separately for the third day of the Workshop (see above) that will discuss the use of AMDIS software for analysis of gas chromatography / mass spectrometry data.

Further details and dates regarding registration fees, application procedure for the Workshop, abstract submissions for the Meeting, can be found at the website hosted by the HERCULES Laboratory.

IIC 2017 Student & Emerging Conservator Conference – Head, Hands & Heart


fromdu 12 octobre 2017 toau 13 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC),

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Bern, Suisse

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Description :
IIC’s fourth Student & Emerging Conservator Conference will be held in Bern on the 12th & 13th October 2017. Following on from the successful 2015 (Warsaw), 2013 (Copenhagen) and 2011 (London) Student & Emerging Conservator Conferences this conference will allow those at the start of their professional journeys the chance to discuss and explore the way ahead. The title of the 2017 conference is inspired by the Swiss educational philosopher Joachim Pestalozzi, whose credo of ‘Learning with Head, Heart, and Hands’ is also very applicable to the conservation profession.

The current plans for the two days are:

Thursday 12 October, Session 1:

•Head – Scientific Research / Conservation Science and its Application
◦How are scientific research and conservation science applied to the profession and how do they support conservation and restoration practice?
Friday 13 October, Session 2:

•Hands – Conservation / Restoration in Practice
◦The development of practical and theoretical skills during a career and opportunities and perspectives on specialisation in conservation and in related fields
Friday 13 October, Session 3:

•Heart – Passion and Communication in Conservation
◦How does one communicate with an employer, how does one work in a team, what are the responsibilities? Self-confidence for an emerging conservator – and the question of appropriate salary
To allow a wide, international community of speakers and participants to take part in the conference, the sessions will also be available online as livestream broadcasts.

As with all of IIC’s Student & Emerging Conservator Conferences, this event will aim to offer an international perspective and to facilitate communication between student/emerging conservators on the one hand, and professionals active in the field of conservation, in national institutions and museums as well as in the private sector. The conference aims to create a platform where the discussion of current needs in conservation and the relationship between expectations and reality can be discussed.

Plus studio visits, a social programme …

The themes discussed will be supported by organised visits to some of Bern’s major conservation studios.

There will also be a chance to socialise at the evening receptions on the Thursday and Friday, and lunch is included for the Friday.

The presentations will be held in the form of collaborative Web Broadcasts, which will allow an international community of speakers and participants to take join the conference, either in person or online. There will also be dialogue between the speakers and the audience, including those attending via the web. Conservation professionals active in the private sector as well as in museums/institutions will discuss their experience and address the concerns raised, will give their views on the future of the profession, and the evolution of conservators’ responsibilities. Experienced conservators will address the issues of presentation skills, portfolio creation and use and language skills, as well as getting started in a career and the international aspects of conservation work.

The conference will provide an excellent platform for the exchange of ideas among those studying conservation, archaeology, art history, heritage studies and related disciplines, people who are soon to share the professional responsibility for a wide array of heritage-related issues.

The conference has the very generous support of Bern University of the Arts (HKB)

For registration please click here.

Travelling Stories: connecting people and landscapes

juin 17, 2017


fromdu 10 octobre 2017 toau 14 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA) and Interpretation Australia (IA), Australie

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Launceston , Hobart, Australia

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Description :
This conference is the first-ever collaboration between the Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA) and Interpretation Australia (IA). The theme is “Travelling Stories: connecting people and landscapes” and it will bring people together to explore new ways of telling stories about the important landscapes, places and environments in which we live and work. It will be a travelling conference, moving through venues from Launceston to Hobart via key places along the Midlands Highway including the World Heritage-listed Brickendon; Ross; the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and the Shene Estate. We anticipate the attendance of people from a broad range of disciplines and professions – interpretation specialists, archaeologists, writers, designers, heritage consultants, heritage tourism operators, digital technology specialists, museum curators, tour guides, parks rangers, naturalists, visitor program managers – to explore common ground and approaches.

The conference theme will allow for the development of joint sessions and cross-disciplinary discussions about how data and research become transformed into knowledge and how knowledge can be shared with a wide range of audiences in a constantly changing world. There will also be opportunity for each organisation to develop conference sessions that relate to its professional interests and concerns, and to enable the delivery of papers about both natural and cultural environments.

We aim to develop the conference experience through an exploration of the excitingly complex and interesting landscapes of Tasmania and beyond, using both formal conference sessions and informed site visits. The conference will integrate field excursions with thematic discussions rather than relegating field trips to pre- or post-conference optional extras (although there will be some of those too!). In all of the conference deliberations the focus will be on the telling of new stories, using established and developing technologies for better interpretive outcomes, and in reaching audiences that previously may have seemed either physically remote or challenging to engage. We aim to foster new thinking, profitable collaborations and an atmosphere that encourages challenging the status quo.

Call for Sessions

Download the Call for Sessions for detailed information.

To facilitate the timely completion of the conference programme we ask that session proposals be submitted to the Organising Committee by Monday 3 July. Proposals should take the form of a session title, a 150 word (maximum) description of its aims and scope that can also serve as text for the printed programme, and name(s), address(es) and contact details for the session convenor(s).
Also keep an eye out on the conference website.

Soumission des résumés date limite : 03 juillet 2017

Urban Archaeology and Integration – Combining archaeology, history, and new technologies

juin 16, 2017

Appel à communications et/ou posters

fromdu 08 novembre 2017 toau 10 novembre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Conference organizing committee, Stadt Wien, Austria

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Wien, Autriche

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Description :
22 Conference on
Cultural Heritage and
New Technologies

November 8–10, 2017

City Hall, Vienna, Austria

Combining archaeology, history, and new technologies

The aim of this conference is to enhance the collaboration between historians and archaeologists and related disciplines using new technologies.
– Application of effective 3D-methods for the reconstruction of buildings
– Additional digital methods for the combined visualisation of archaeological and historical data.
– Application of new technologies to assess the archaeological record based on historical data and/or combining historical sources and archaeological data in a GIS.
– Games, apps, and teaching software integrating archaeological and historical knowledge.
– Historical data as a basis for checking or validating digital tools applied in archaeology.
– Dealing with inscriptions: digital methods for enhancing readability, pattern recognition of letters or pictograms, comparison of hand writing.
– Statistical analysis investigating the correlation between historical place names and archaeological evidence.


Extended until June 21th 2017

Early bird registration until October 02nd 2017

Inscription date limite : 21 June 2017

Nawi 2017 ~ Travelling our Waters

Appel à communications et/ou posters

fromdu 08 novembre 2017 toau 10 novembre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Australian National Maritime Museum, Australia

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement :

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Description :
Nawi 2017 ~ Travelling our Water
Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney
8-10 November 2017

The Australian National Maritime Museum will host the second national conference on Australia’s Indigenous Watercraft Knowledge.

The museum is now calling for papers, presentations, displays, demonstrations and performances that explore, watercraft history, diversity, significance, interpretation, voyaging, current community canoe projects and waterways and sea management programs.

Nawi 2017~ Travelling our Waters brings together community, cultural leaders and educators to share, discuss and practice knowledge of the rivers, oceans and watercraft of the world’s oldest continuous living culture.

It will bring together a gathering of freshwater and saltwater watercraft communities, and those with a common interest in First Peoples’ craft, river and seagoing voyages, waterway management and environmental issues, stories and freshwater/saltwater practices.

Across Australia there is a widespread variation in type, materials and construction technologies in traditional Indigenous watercraft as well as modern waterway ranger programs. Nawi 2017 continues to build community connections and research to create a national picture of this significant area of Australia’s maritime history.

Sessions will be held on a range on subjects, the following sub themes may assist presenters in the development of their abstract. This list is a guide only. Submissions are not limited only to these topics.

Community specific watercraft
Watercraft history and collections
Watercraft and art
Community highlights, initiatives and partnerships
Cultural management
Climate change and the environment
Traversing waters and navigation
Emerging issues

Participants are invited to submit a written abstract of maximum 300 words, images, or a short description of the activity they would like to present by 28 June 2017. Abstract Proposals and queries should be sent to Donna Carstens by email.

For further information (or to join the mailing list) contact steering committee chair, Donna Carstens, Indigenous Programs Manager on (02) 9298 3741 or email Donna.

Registration details will be available on ANMM site from July 2017.

Soumission des résumés date limite : 28 juin 2017

The Second International Conference on Green Urbanism

juin 15, 2017


fromdu 17 octobre 2018 toau 19 octobre 2018

Organized by:Organisé par :
IEREK, Egypte

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Rome, Italie

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Description :
Green urbanism is defined as the practice of creating communities beneficial to human and the environment it is an attempt to shape more sustainable surroundings, communities and lifestyles. and consume less of the world’s resources. Green urbanism is interdisciplinary, combining the collaboration of landscape architects, engineers, urban planners, ecologists, transport planners, physicists, psychologists, sociologists, economists and other specialists in addition to architects and urban designers.

Soumission des résumés date limite : 17 mai 2018

Surface Treatment Strategies for Outdoor Painted Sculpture


fromdu 19 fevrier 2018 toau 23 fevrier 2018

Organized by:Organisé par :
The Getty Conservation Institute, États-Unis

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

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Description :
Save the Date

February 19–23, 2018, Getty Center, Los Angeles

The GCI is pleased to announce Surface Treatment Strategies for Outdoor Painted Sculpture, a newly developed workshop series and part of the institute’s Research into Practice Initiative. The workshop aims to equip professionals entrusted with the care of outdoor painted sculpture with the practical and theoretical tools to design effective treatment strategies for these objects, including how to diagnose coatings failure, select paint systems, surface preparation, and application methods, as well as local retouching.

Complete workshop description and application material will be available in August 2017.

Learn more about GCI’s Outdoor Sculpture project.

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