Centro Internacional de Estudios de Conservación y Restauración de los Bienes Culturales
Cursos de Re-ORG
Sep272016hasta Sep 29, 2016
15 Sep 2016
International RE-ORG Seminar: Reconnecting with Collections in Storage
For most museums around the world, caring for – and ensuring the accessibility of – collections in storage is a major challenge. Small museums are particularly vulnerable, because of their limited resources and access to expertise. On the other hand, small museums are resourceful, well connected, and powerful voices in their community.
Oct142018hasta Oct 26, 2018
22 Jun 2018
RE-ORG Lisboa - International workshop
While the number of collections and museums are growing exponentially, a 2010 ICCROM survey indicated that 60% of collections world-wide are at risk because of overcrowding and poor storage conditions. In this situation, museums can neither ensure the protection of their assets, nor use them for research or education.
Ago42019hasta Ago 17, 2019
Vadadora (Baroda), Gujarat, India
15 Mayo 2019
RE-ORG India International Workshop - Becoming a RE-ORG coach!
There are more than 55000 museums in the world (Museums of the World directory by De Gruyter). Since the 1980s, collections and museums have been increasing exponentially. However, an ICCROM survey (2010) indicated that 60% of these collections worldwide are at risk because of overcrowding and poor storage conditions. In this situation, museums cannot ensure the protection of their assets, one of their fundamental functions, especially in...
Ago312021hasta Dic 31, 2021
20 Abr 2021
International Course on the Reorganization of Collections Storage in Museums of Southeast Asia
Over 60% of museum collections worldwide are at risk because of overcrowding and poor storage conditions. In this situation, museums cannot ensure the protection of their collections, especially in emergency situations. In addition, with up to 90% of their collections hidden away and unaccessible in storage, museums are missing out this essential resource for connecting with their communities.