Annonces

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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

2nd IPERION CH Doctoral Summer School (FID2S)

mai 26, 2017

Université d’été

fromdu 04 juillet 2017 toau 07 juillet 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
IPERION CH French Node-Centre de Recherche et de Restauration des Musées de France (C2RMF), France

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Paris, France

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Description
Organized by the Iperion CH French node, the 2nd Iperion CH Doctoral Summer School (FID2S) will provide advanced lectures focused on research activities dedicated to the development of innovative instruments and diagnostic strategies to enhance both scientific investigation and conservation strategies of cultural heritage materials.

The lectures will be an opportunity to share information with international experts in the field of Heritage Science about recent advances regarding analysis performed with new portable techniques, large-scale facilities like neutron and synchrotron facilities or ion accelerators and the development of conservation protocols for museum collections or historical monuments.

The lectures are designed to offer the most in a very concentrated form by providing participants the opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas with scientific researchers and professional staff in the field of cultural heritage. It is also a valuable opportunity to network with participantsfrom other countries and institutions

The Doctoral Summer School is organized by the Centre de Recherche et de Restauration des Musées de France (C2RMF), an institution of the French Ministry for Culture devoted to the analysis and conservation of the cultural heritage of the French Museums, in collaboration with other research units belonging to the IPERION-CH French Node via the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) partner.


Workshop on Understanding Asian Papers and their Applications in Paper Conservation

mai 22, 2017

Cours

fromdu 11 juillet 2017 toau 13 juillet 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
British Library Collection Care, Royaume-Uni

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Description
This three-day intensive workshop is designed to provide both emerging and established conservation professionals with the theoretical and practical foundation for understanding Asian papers and their applications in paper conservation. The workshop consists primarily of hands-on activities with a lecture, group discussions and examinations of various Asian papers.
Participants will familiarize themselves with history and characteristics of Chinese, Korean and Japanese papermaking, including an overview of contemporary Asian paper production. Each participant will be presented with a set of different paper samples and will study the papers first hand and examine the fibers, sheet formation, alkali content and the results of different manufacturing processes and drying methods. Different Asian paper fibers will be compared with the help of microscopic images.
In a practical session, participants will make small-sized paper samples using simple tools with paper mulberry fibers and formation aid. They will also use cotton fibers as a comparison. Participants will make modern equivalent of drying board (karibari) using a honeycomb board and mulberry paper.
Participants will study and share details of various methods of repair and lining techniques using different Asian papers, depending on their opaqueness, texture, and strength, appropriate for specific objects. For example, participants will try double-sided lining with thin mulberry tissue, drying a lined object on a drying board, and making re-moistenable tissue with different adhesives. Useful tips in toning techniques with acrylic paints for mulberry paper will be discussed.


Masters in World Heritage and Cultural Projects for Development

mai 16, 2017

Master

fromdu 16 octobre 2017 toau 12 octobre 2018

Organized by:Organisé par :
University of Turin, Polytechnic of Turin (for the English), University of Barcelona (for the Spanish), the International Training Centre of the ILO, Italie et Espagne

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Turin (Italy) for English Programme; Barcelona (Spain) for Spanish Programme; distance learning

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Description
The programme is intended for professionals involved in the management of World Heritage properties and/or professionals and specialists involved in the preservation or promotion of cultural heritage.

Application deadline: Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 30 juin 2017


Assessing and managing risks to your collections

Cours

fromdu 01 septembre 2017 toau 02 septembre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Protect Heritage Corp. and the National Museum of Denmark, Canada, Danemark

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Copenhague

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Description
Assessing and managing risks to your collections
A two-day workshop with Robert Waller, Protect Heritage Corp.
in association with National Museum of Denmark
Copenhagen September 1st and 2nd 2017

Today, preventive conservation has become a leading theme in all fields of cultural property. Useful scientific and technical knowledge continues to grow but is often incorporated in current practice slowly, incorrectly, or not at all. Despite the best intentions, professionals and institutions dealing with the preservation of cultural property may apply unrealistic standards, guidelines or lists of best practices, with no clear sense of priority, or of realistic expected benefits. With limited resources, decision makers are usually confronted with difficult choices in planning conservation strategies.

Since 2005, leading professionals in the field such as Dr. Waller, have worked on developing and disseminating a risk management approach for cultural heritage. This risk management approach, which informs and guides decision makers in many other fields, offers a sound methodology to incorporate the most recent knowledge into current practice. It allows an integrated view of all expected damages and loss to cultural property, and of their mitigation, thus providing a useful tool for the design of more efficient conservation strategies. Preservation requirements and priorities will no longer be seen as overhead costs but as sound, strategic investments. Participants learn to determine their preventive conservation priorities and how best to invest their limited funds. Lire suite…


World Heritage International Summer School (WHISS 2017) on Heritage Impact Assessment

mai 9, 2017

École d’été

fromdu 16 juillet 2017 toau 27 juillet 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Chair of Cultural Management, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Allemagne

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

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Description :
The Chair of Cultural Management of BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg is delighted to announce the call for expressions of interest to participate in the World Heritage International Summer School 2017 (WHISS 2017). The Summer School is a multi-university partnership with an interdisciplinary and interfaculty approach created as a platform for professional capacity-building and knowledge transfer for post-graduate academics and mid-career professionals.
The World Heritage International Summer School 2017 (WHISS 2017) is dedicated to Heritage Impact Assessments (HIA) and identifying negative and positive impacts of development plans and projects on heritage sites.
The Summer School will take place from July 16th to July 26th 2017 at BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg with a two-days practical group exercise in Berlin at the Tempelhof Field. During this exercise participants will be actively engaged in assessing impacts of potential development plans that could be proposed for this specific site in the future.

Soumission des résumés date limite : 04 juin 2017


ID & Care of Photographs on Paper

mars 30, 2017

Cours

fromdu 10 juillet 2017 toau 13 août 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Museum Study,

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : online

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Description
This course introduces the 19th and 20th C. photographic images that are produced directly or indirectly by different methods or processes on various paper supports. These images are varied in color, tone, and uses in the periods they were in favor. First sized according to film or printing apparatus used to make & contact print the image, this changed with the evolution of cameras to portable, hand-held boxes & lenses.

The course will help participants to identify items in their collections by using the characteristics, aging properties, and the clues found in the photographs. When introduced to the photographs, participants will learn their unique properties & how they age. Discussions and images shared in the lessons, assignments and forums, will help build confidence in identification skills. After completion of this course, participants should be able to make better decisions concerning storage materials & proper environments.


Free Online Course: Spain in Rome

mars 29, 2017

Cours

Organized by:Organisé par :
American Institute for Roman Culture,

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Online courses

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Description
Following the recent success of our first online course (as well as taking what we learnt in the process of running it), we are excited to announce our next free program starting early May 2017!

The course will consist of a series of live lectures (hosted via Periscope and Facebook Live) by AIRC Director Dr Darius Arya Ph.D. and Antigua Roma al Día Founder Néstor F. Marques at sites that best reflect « Spain in Rome » including Monte Testaccio, Ostia, Markets of Trajan, the Pantheon and Hadrian’s Villa.


Tools for Art and Conservation Science

mars 28, 2017

Cours

fromdu 09 October 2017 toau 13 October 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Science Retreats – Casa Morgado do Esporão, Portugal

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

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Description
ScienceRetreats and HERCULES, at the University of Evora, are jointly organizing the 1st edition of the course Tools for Art and Conservation Science. Photography and optical microscopy are among the oldest available tools for conservation science in the laboratory, but for in situ research the use of costly, complex and sometimes bulky equipments can still present some practical restrictions. This lead us to focus the 1st edition of this course on teaching resourceful techniques for Heritage conservation. Our target audience includes historians, architects, art technicians and lovers of wall paintings in general. In situ paintings from the XVII and XIX centuries will serve as case studies.

Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 30 septembre 2017


Building Documentation in the Kumayri Cultural Museum-Preserve

juillet 14, 2016

École de terrain

fromdu 13 août 2017 toau 20 août 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Adventures in Preservation (AiP), États-Unis

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Gyumri, Arménie

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Description
Work in 2017 will focus on two areas – documentation within Kumayri Cultural Museum-Preserve and creation of informational packets on individual buildings for distribution to potential investors. Once new investors become involved, new jobs will follow, addressing Gyumri’s greatest need. The city of Gyumri has one of the highest unemployment rates in Armenia and desperately needs the jobs restoration and heritage tourism will bring.

Documentation will consist of taking measurements and photographs, making architectural drawings, and collecting written and verbal data. The collected data will be used to find the most efficient solutions for restoration of specific buildings within the historic district. This information will be carefully packaged to guide potential funders and investors in bringing renwed life to the district, and the town.

Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 13 juillet 2017


Building Documentation in the Kumayri Cultural Museum-Preserve

École de terrain

fromdu 17 septembre 2017 toau 24 septembre 2017

Organized by:Organisé par :
Adventures in Preservation (AiP), États-Unis

Location of event:Lieu de l’événement : Gyumri, Arménie

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Description
Work in 2017 will focus on two areas – documentation within Kumayri Cultural Museum-Preserve and creation of informational packets on individual buildings for distribution to potential investors. Once new investors become involved, new jobs will follow, addressing Gyumri’s greatest need. The city of Gyumri has one of the highest unemployment rates in Armenia and desperately needs the jobs restoration and heritage tourism will bring.

Documentation will consist of taking measurements and photographs, making architectural drawings, and collecting written and verbal data. The collected data will be used to find the most efficient solutions for restoration of specific buildings within the historic district. This information will be carefully packaged to guide potential funders and investors in bringing renwed life to the district, and the town.

Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 17 août 2017


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