Annonces

Formation

Les petites annonces de l'ICCROM sont un service destiné aux institutions professionnelles de nos États membres. Elles portent sur les sujets et évènements liés à la conservation dans le monde entier. La mise en ligne d'une petite annonce n'implique pas son approbation par l'ICCROM. Lire la clause de non-responsabilité dans son intégralité

Preparación ante Emergencias

juillet 19, 2017

Cours

fromdu 28 août 2017 toau

Organized by:Organisé par :
Fundación ILAM

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : En ligne

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Description
Todos nuestros países están expuestos a fenómenos naturales o accidentes, muchos de ellos impredecibles. Vemos con regularidad alguna noticia sobre la destrucción y los estragos que algún desastre desató o el simple hecho de encontrarnos en una zona de riesgo sísmico, tectónico, de huracanes, etc.

Estos eventos son imposibles de eliminar, lo que si es posible, es estar preparados ante su aparición y reducir la pérdida total o parcial de edificio y colecciones y proteger al personal y los visitantes.

Solo las emergencias que se salen de las manos se convierten en desastre, lo cual nos indica que todos los desastres son emergencias, si estos no pueden ser rápida y efectivamente atendidos, se transformarán en tragedias.

Por lo tanto es obligación de cada institución patrimonial, el contar con un efectivo plan de emergencias donde se guíe a todo el personal, a ejecutar acciones asertivas y rápidas con el objetivo de evitar y minimizar, los daños que pudieran recibir las personas, como prioridad y los bienes custodiados en un segundo momento.

Con el presente curso el ILAM pretende brindar asesoría en la construcción de un plan general de emergencias y bibliografía especializada en el tema, de manera que los participantes puedan seguir ampliando y mejorando el documento final que se generará al interno del mismo.


Diagnóstico del Estado de Conservación del Patrimonio Histórico

juillet 17, 2017

Master

Organized by:Organisé par :
Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla, Espagne

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : En ligne

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Description
Máster oficial on-line de Diagnóstico del Estado de Conservación del Patrimonio Histórico de la Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla (España).
Está abierto el plazo de preinscripción para el Máster oficial de Diagnóstico del Estado de Conservación del Patrimonio Histórico, hasta el día 25 de Agosto.

Este máster al poder realizarse totalmente on-line permite compaginar la formación con el trabajo y estudiar en España a distancia.

Para más información del Master pueden acceder a:
http://www.upo.es/postgrado/Master-Oficial-Diagnostico-del-Estado-de-Conservacion-del-Patrimonio-Historico
La Preinscripción es del 1 de julio y hasta el 25 de agosto y pueden encontrar los enlaces en:
http://www.upo.es/postgrado/master/preinscripcion-matricula?idx=1

Application deadline: Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 25 août 2017 (prime à la réponse)


Care and Conservation of Historic Cannons

Cours

fromdu 28 août 2017 toau 18 septembre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
David Harvey, États-Unis

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : En ligne

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Description
Starting on August 28, 2017
« Care and Conservation of Historic Cannons »
3 Week Online Class – $165

Do you have historic cannons and and want to know how to care and preserve them?

In this course you will learn about the history and technology of cannons, how to identify conservation problems, how to properly handle, store, exhibit, and how to safely clean and preserve historic cannons. We will emphasize what you can do and when you need a conservator.

The course runs for three weeks with one section each week: History and Technology of Cannons, Condition and Treatment, Storage and Care.

It is structured so you can do the course from home or from work all on your own time and schedule. We’ll have email discussions about each week’s readings and resource materials, there will one practical assignment.

This online class will give you the tools to understand, clean, and preserve historic cannons.

Space is limited so register soon!


Brand New Thinking: Branding Heritage Assets; a workshop on branding for cultural organizations and heritage professionals

juillet 10, 2017

Cours

fromdu 13 octobre 2017 toau 15 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
The Heritage Management Organization

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Athens, Grèce

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Description
HMO Training Heritage Leaders
Autumn 2017
Executive Leadership Development in Heritage Management Workshop Series
BRAND NEW THINKING: BRANDING HERITAGE ASSETS
13-15 October, 2017
Location: Athens

What role does brand play in the management of heritage?
The concept of ‘heritage’ is a slippery thing, knotted together with questions of power, identity and control. The idea of ‘brand’ similarly provokes vociferous debate, either responsible for a reductionist Disneyfication of culture or an essential and powerful tool in the 21st century. What happens when these worlds collide?

A 3 day journey to explore the relationship between brand and heritage
If you’re curious, skeptical or converted, come and join us on a 3 day journey that explores these critical questions. Through theoretical presentations, field research and practical exercises, we will work together to interrogate the relationship between brand and heritage. The experience will give you the tools to deconstruct and analyze a brand, build brand direction and strategy and understand how to effectively use brand in heritage management.

The program will be delivered by HMO’s ambassador, the UK company THE SEEKING STATE, a creative consultancy seeking to help clients redefine how we engage with culture. Lire suite…


Creating Exhibitons Through the Collective: Insight into Community Co-Curation

juillet 3, 2017

Cours

fromdu 02 octobre 2017 toau 29 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Museum Study

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : en ligne

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Description
Want to create an exhibit that utilizes your community?

If so, Creating Exhibitions through the Collective is for you. This class will be focused on community co-curation. We will investigate how community involvement during all stages of the exhibit development process can lead to more interpretation that is credible, community empowerment, and advocacy. Tips and strategies will be provided to build sustainable frameworks for this type of engagement.

The topics covered in this class are heavily dependent on seeking out a multitude of community voices and developing strategies for external participatory engagements in a collective manner.

Participants will be encouraged to generate and refine their own strategies for community engagement.

Application deadline: Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 02 octobre 2017


Understanding Photographic & Graphic Arts Materials

Cours

fromdu 02 octobre 2017 toau 29 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Museum Study

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : en ligne

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Description
This course introduces the various non-paper supports that contain both positive and negative images from the dawn of photography through the 20th C. The need for a stable support led to photographs being made on metal, glass, and cellulose-based & polyester film. Each was developed for a specific type of photography process, or for the development of new materials at hand. The most commonly recognized and long-lived supports are the film-based image processes. All of these items require different approaches and materials for their proper care and storage.

We will cover the cased photographs, tintypes in paper folders, the move to negatives processes through the waxed-paper process, and on to the film-based negative processes used to make multiples of the same photograph. This led to experimentation with camera equipment to allow new products for making several photographs at a single sitting.

Application deadline: Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 02 octobre 2017


Assessing Risk to Cultural Property 1

Cours

fromdu 02 octobre 2017 toau 29 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Museum Study

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : en ligne

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Description
Assessing risks to cultural property, including but not limited to Museum, Library, and Archive collections, is becoming a fundamental ability for collection care professionals. This introductory course provides a firm foundation on which to build an understanding of risk-based approaches to cultural property protection. Ideas associated with the terms hazard, risk, deterioration, damage, and loss are clarified. Risks are defined as departures from the goal of shepherding a collection forward in time without it suffering damage or loss. We will explore the importance of comprehensiveness and of clear definitions of risks. Tools are provided and practiced to ensure comprehensive sets of well defined risks can be developed based on agents of change and types of risk.

Participants will develop a useful set of defined type 1 (rare and potentially catastrophic) specific risks relevant to their institution. The potential impact of those risks will be ranked according to estimates of likelihood and impact. This will provide focus in the development of emergency preparedness plans and resources. It will also provide a platform for more effective communication among functional groups within your institution including collection management, registration, conservation, facilities management, security, finance, and possibly others.

Application deadline: Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 02 octobre 2017


Moving Museum Collections

Cours

fromdu 04 septembre 2017 toau 01 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Museum Study

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : en ligne

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Description
Museum collections and their associated materials run the gambit from fragile items that need special packing to large, heavy or awkward objects that require special equipment and expertise to move. Moving a collection no matter what the size can be an intimidating task. What are the institutional needs and constraints? Will you take this opportunity to upgrade and reorganize storage systems? This four week online course provides a how-to for planning and managing a museum collections move to avoid the many pitfalls associated with a move project. The course will help you define the scope of your project, develop a work plan and schedule, prepare a communication scheme, define proposals for vendors, choose equipment, estimate costs, identify hazards, organize staffing and establish packing techniques and standards. Whether you are moving across the hall or across town, Moving Museum Collections will provide a guide for a successful move.

Application deadline: Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 04 septembre 2017


Planning and Presenting Live Interpretive Programs

Cours

fromdu 04 septembre 2017 toau 01 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Museum Study

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : en ligne

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Description
This course is especially designed for Museum/Heritage Site volunteers and docents who have a passion for sharing their love of history, art, nature or other topics with visitors to their particular site, and provide their services on a volunteer basis.

Many of the docents we have had the pleasure of providing training workshops for are retired teachers, historians, naturalists or others with a desire to instill that love of their subjects with the visitors they meet and guide and really like connecting with people of all ages.

Application deadline: Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 04 september 2017


Introduction to Natural History Collections

Cours

fromdu 04 septembre 2017 toau 01 octobre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Museum Study

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : en ligne

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Description
The 4-week online Introduction to Natural History Collections course is for staff who are new to natural history or that primarily work with other types of collections; such as history, ethnography and art. The course will focus on the issues encountered by Collections staff. These include: the importance of natural history and the collections produced by research, care of objects composed with biological and geological elements, documentation needs, identification, legal concerns and regulatory compliance issues, storage concerns, hazards, appropriate handling, pest management and issues related to loans and use.

Application deadline: Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 04 septembre 2017


Clause de non-responsabilité

Les petites annonces de l'ICCROM sont un service destiné aux institutions professionnelles de nos États membres. Elles portent sur les sujets et évènements liés à la conservation dans le monde entier et sont mises à disposition du public de l'ICCROM uniquement à des fins d'information. La mise en ligne d'une petite annonce n'implique pas son approbation par l'ICCROM. La fraude à l'emploi est un problème mondial. Veuillez consulter cette page sur ReliefWeb contenant quelques astuces pour se préserver de la fraude : http://reliefweb.int/job-fraud