International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property
RE-ORG team from Museum Manusia at the Sangiran Early Man Site in Indonesia discuss implementing their project in the storage room

Improving museum storage in Southeast Asia

Our CollAsia programme is using the RE-ORG Method to help the region’s museum professionals develop skills for better managing their collections, with a focus on optimizing storage space to prevent damage to objects. The team behind the initiative explains more.

RE-ORG Catalonia

Catalan museums ready to embrace RE-ORG

In a first for Catalonia, 25 museum professionals from some of the main institutions and networks responsible for preventive conservation in the region have been trained in the RE-ORG Method, working together to reorganize storage at the Víctor Balaguer Library Museum in Vilanova i la Geltrú. In just five days, the group managed to move around 5 000 pieces across eight rooms, securing these...

Becoming a RE-ORG coach

Become a RE-ORG coach and lead a team in storage reorganization

With the RE-ORG Method celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, a new guide is set to make it easier for museum professionals and institutions to run their own workshops on improving storage for collections. Offering a behind-the-scenes look at how the method is taught, it brings together a decade’s worth of insights gained from successful training initiatives in Canada, Belgium, Chile, India...

The RE-ORGanization of museum storage becomes a reality in Emilia-Romagna

The RE-ORGanization of museum storage becomes a reality in Emilia-Romagna

After the success of the first three modules of RE-ORG Emilia-Romagna in Italy, held online from 26 April to 3 June 2021, the fourth phase from 4 to 8 October has now kicked off. This activity will involve on-site practice for implementing a reorganization plan using the civic museums of Modena and Cento as case studies.

RE-ORG CollAsia

CollAsia takes RE-ORG on board!

On 13 September 2021, 19 staff members from nine museums in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines and Thailand met online and embarked on a seven-month journey to reorganize their collections in storage, under a joint venture of ICCROM’s CollAsia programme and the National Discovery Museum Institute (Museum Siam) in Bangkok, supported by CHA - Korean Cultural Heritage...


RE-ORG Method now available in Dutch!

ICCROM and FARO are pleased to announce the release of the Dutch translation of the RE-ORG Method. From today, you can access online everything you need in seven different languages to set up your own storage RE-ORGanization project.

RE-ORG training to improve storage at ten regional museums in Italy

RE-ORG training to improve storage at ten regional museums in Italy

ICCROM has teamed up with the Cultural Heritage Service of the Emilia-Romagna Region in Italy to deliver the country’s first training course on the RE-ORG method. The course is providing a group of museum professionals from the region with the skills to prepare and implement tailor-made plans for reorganizing collection storage and improving preventive conservation.

Via a RE-ORG Emilia-Romagna

RE-ORG Emilia-Romagna Kicks Off

Organized by ICCROM in collaboration with the Cultural Heritage Service of the Region of Emilia-Romagna, a RE-ORG professional training course will begin online for the first time in Italy on 26 April.

RE-ORG for museums in Emilia-Romagna

RE-ORG for museums in Emilia-Romagna

Successfully applied by ICCROM in museums from all over the world, the RE-ORG Method is offered for the first time in Italy on a regional scale to the specific needs of museums in Emilia-Romagna. In collaboration with the Cultural Heritage Service of the Emilia-Romagna Region, formerly IBC, ICCROM is organising an online training course on the reorganization of museum storage for museum...

RE-ORG workshop in Catalonia

RE-ORG workshop in Catalonia

The first RE-ORG workshop in Spain was held in December 2019 at the Victor Balaguer Library-Museum in Vilanova i la Geltru in Catalonia. It was conducted in the framework of the preventive conservation strategy developed by the Department of Culture of the Generalitat de Catalunya for 2018-2021, which in particular, aims at improving storage areas of the 114 museums in Catalonia. In this context...