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Upcoming online events



Museums for All Information Webinar


Are you interested in learning more about Museums for All, an initiative dedicated to expanding community access? Join staff from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Association of Children’s Museums to learn more about how and why over 650 museums participate in the program.
Register now!



Using Traditional Knowledge for Disaster Risk Reduction: From Words into Action – in collaboration with the UN Office of Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR)

15.07.2021, 12:00 CET
Online

Traditional knowledge for disaster risk reduction develops through the close relationship of communities with their environment. This accumulated knowledge based on the direct experience with disasters enables the communities to not only build resilience against impending disasters but also respond and recover in post disaster situations. However, rather than merely rediscovering the traditional knowledge, we need to find practical ways of adapting it to contemporary context and mainstreaming it as part of disaster risk management practice. The webinar aims to show examples that demonstrate the application of traditional knowledge for disaster risk reduction in various contexts. It is based on the “Words into Action Implementation Guide” on this topic that is currently under development as joint initiative of ICCROM and UN Office of Disaster Risk Reduction.

Moderator
Rohit Jigyasu, ICCROM

Speakers

  • Dave Paul Zervaas– Programme Management Officer, UNDRR
  • Robert Sakic Trogrlic– Post doctoral research associate, King’s College London
  • Takeyuki Okubo – Director, Institute of Disaster Mitigation for Urban Cultural Heritage, Ritsumeikan University, (R-DMUCH), Kyoto, Japan
  • Ebru Gencer – Executive Director, Center for Urban Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience (CUDRR+R)
  • Elena Isayev, Professor of Ancient History and Place, Exeter University, UK
  • Marjorie Balay-as, Indigenous Kankanaey from the Philippines

Link to the webinar
Join us on Thursday, 15 July 2021. Registration is mandatory and FREE.
https://iccrom-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RZm2EG18TOKYcwS5_mS4gQ

If you miss the live event, we will make sure you can watch everything on our You Tube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ICCROM07



Our Collections Matter: Enabling Sustainability through Conservation & Collections | Tools & Opportunities for Southeast Asian Collection Custodians

15.07.2021, 14:00 BKK / 09:00 CET, Vienna

During this SPAFA SESH online activity, SEAMEO SPAFA Centre Director Mrs Somlak Charoenpot will call upon the motivators in the Our Collections Matter project, spearheaded by the Rome-based International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM). José Luiz Pedersoli Jr (ICCROM) and Henry McGhie (Curating Tomorrow) will be joining to present the Our Collections Matter project’s background, research findings and the tools collected thus far in supporting custodians on how to use collections in connecting audiences with sustainable development, in recognition of the crucial role that collections can play in reaching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Panelists:

  1. José Luiz Pedersoli Jr, ICCROM
  2. Henry McGhie, Curating Tomorrow

Moderated by Somlak Charoenpot, SEAMEO SPAFA Centre Director

Online Platform: Facebook Live https://www.facebook.com/seameo.spafa/ and on *Zoom. *(Please register at: bit.ly/register-spafa-sesh14-OCM-sustainability-conservation-collections)



Donnerstagabend im Kunsthistorischen Museum

DO, 15. JULI, 18 UHR
Amazonas trifft auf Phrygien: Rubens’ Gewitterlandschaft und der Sturmdämon der Ticuna
Gespräch der beiden Kuratorinnen Claudia Augustat und Gerlinde Gruber

Zwischen 1620/25 bis 1636 arbeitet der Flame Peter Paul Rubens an einem Landschaftsgemälde, das er immer wieder erweitert und zum Schluss mit einer Szene aus Ovids Metamorphosen versieht. Im westlichen Amazonasgebiet entsteht um 1930 ein Maskengewand. In Rindenbast, Baumharz und anderen pflanzlichen Stoffen nimmt der Sturmdämon O’ma Gestalt an. Er ist das mächtigste und gefährlichste Geistwesen, das die Tikuna, eine indigen Gruppe Brasiliens, kennen. In der Ausstellung Höhere Mächte treten die beiden Werke aus so unterschiedlichen Kulturen und Zeiten gleichsam in einen Dialog, der überraschende Denkräume öffnet. Im Gespräch zwischen den Kuratorinnen Claudia Augustat und Gerlinde Gruber werden diese erkundet und auf ihre Bedeutung für unsere Gegenwart befragt.
Anmeldung zur Zoom-Führung unter talks@khm.at. Bitte geben Sie im Betreff “Gewitterlandschaft” an. Sie erhalten die Zugangsdaten im Laufe des Veranstaltungstages per E-Mail.

DO, 22. JULI, 18 UHR
Mit dir keine Oper zu lang
Kurator Rudi Risatti im Gespräch mit den Autorinnen Christiane Mühlegger-Henhapel & Ursula Renner

Die Ausstellung Höhere Mächte, in der auch Alfred Rollers Verfügung „Für den Todesfall“ gezeigt wird, ist eine Gelegenheit, den neulich erschienenen Briefwechsel von Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Richard Strauss und Roller mit Titel „Mit dir keine Oper zu lang“, vorzustellen. Die Herausgeberinnen Christiane Mühlegger-Henhapel (Wien, Theatermuseum) und Ursula Renner (Freiburg, emeritierte Professorin an der Universität Duisburg-Essen) erhellen im Gespräch mit Kurator Rudi Risatti (Wien, Theatermuseum) die künstlerischen Beziehungen dieser Persönlichkeiten und geben Aufschluss über eine für die Musik- und Theatergeschichte besondere Kooperation.
Anmeldung zur Zoom-Führung per E-Mail unter talks@khm.at. Bitte geben Sie im Betreff »Oper« an. Sie erhalten die Zugangsdaten im Laufe des Veranstaltungstages per E-Mail.

DO, 29. JULI, 18 UHR
Figurentheater von Richard Teschner
Vortrag von Kuratorin und Restauratorin Angela Sixt

Der Theatervisionär Richard Teschner entwickelte in der 1. Hälfte des 20. Jh. mit Hilfe moderner technischer Errungenschaften den so genannten „Figurenspiegel“. Mithilfe präziser Bewegungs-Mechanismen ließ er seine Figuren pantomimisch vor einem erwachsenen Publikum höchst ausdrucksstark tanzen. Video-Ausschnitte aus dem Sonnentanz, die originalen Regie- und Lichtpläne sowie Erläuterungen zur Hinter-Bühne sollen Einblick geben, wie noch heute Teschners „Schau-Spiele“ lebendig im Theatermuseum erhalten bleiben.
Anmeldung zum Zoom-Vortrag per E-Mail unter talks@khm.at. Bitte geben Sie im Betreff “Teschner” an. Sie erhalten die Zugangsdaten im Laufe des Veranstaltungstages per E-Mail.

https://www.khm.at/en/learn/art-education/donnerstagabend-im-museum/
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Event: 10 agents over 10 months

22.07.2021, 19–20:30 AEST/Australian Eastern Standard time (11-12:30 CET, Vienna)
#5 Pests
Collaborative approaches to Integrated Pest Management in Museums, Galleries and Historic sites will be explored in this session. Australian conservators Rehan Scharenguivel and Jessie Gray will share their separate institutional experiences in collaborating with commercial operators and Amber Xavier-Rowe will provide an update to “Operation Cloths Moth” from English Heritage. We have also created a survey to better understand the state of IPM in our organisations. Link to the survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/T3CQ2YG.
Further information and registration to the event https://aiccm.org.au/events/10-agents-over-10-months-5-pests/

31.08.2021, 19–20:30 AEST/Australian Eastern Standard time (11-12:30 CET, Vienna)
#6 Pollutants
Join us at online forum #6 POLLUTANTS of our 10 AGENTS OVER 10 MONTHS series with guest speakers David Thickett, Jean Tétreault and Lisa Addison.
Pollutant is a mysterious agent. It is infiltrating your museum from the outside, but can surprise you by been in your display case or even been released by your loved objects. It shows up as old known problem but can hit on the back of your ego with unexpected damages on objects while you have done everything to prevent it. Three speakers from different time zones will talk about their experiences on pollutant control and monitoring followed by a Q&A session.
FREE Event // Register now: https://aiccm.org.au/events/10-agents-over-10-months-6-pollutants/

See our full 10 AGENTS OVER 10 MONTHS program:  https://aiccm.org.au/events-and-webinars/10-agents-10-months/

Presented by the AICCM in Australia, all welcome! The events will be recorded and available online at a later date on the AICCM website.



The Practical IIIF Project presents a Seminar on Image Registration

26.07.2021, 17:00 – 18:45 CEST

Discussing the methods, challenges and possibilities of Image Registration with an international panel of experts.
One of the often emphasised benefits of IIIF is it’s ability to facilitate seamless ‘deep-zoom’, allowing the user to hone in on the tiniest of details; however, that user’s experience is entirely dependent upon the level of detail captured by the photographer, conservator, or technical imaging professional.As our ability to capture higher resolution images and delve beyond the surface of the canvas has improved – allowing us to examine paint layers, explore under-drawing, and employ X-rays, infra-red spectroscopy, and multispectral imaging to understand the methods production and the subsequent histories of complex cultural heritage objects – so has our need to contextualise these samples, present them to our audiences, and use them for conservation and research.
Image Registration, simply put, is the process of aligning one image on top of another one, yet the process of doing so is remarkably complex. Arising out of the first Practical Applications of IIIF Webinar (https://tanc-ahrc.github.io/IIIF-TNC/webinar01.html), and a subsequent call as part of the IIIF Museums Community Group in the beginning of May, it was decided that we needed a dedicated time to discuss not only how Image Registration is currently being employed across various sectors, but also share some recommendations and effective practices, as well as consider the ways in which Image Registration is evolving and how it may be accomplished in the future.
To this end, we’ve invited panellists to share their expertise in what we hope shall be a lively and informative conversation in which participants from the audience are encouraged to actively participate.
Confirmed panellists include: Giles Bergel (University of Oxford), Andrew Bruce (National Gallery, UK), John Cupitt (Imperial College London), John Delaney (National Gallery of Art, USA), Joanne Dyer (British Museum), Adam Gibson (UCL), Catherine Higgitt (National Gallery, UK), Richard Palmer (V&A), Maria Villafane (Imperial College London), Keats Webb (Smithsonian Institution), Charles Willard (UCL).



IPERION HS and E-RIHS webinar series

14.09.2021, 15:00 CET
Webinar #5: Built Heritage Research Services
Moderated by Matija Strlič
Organized by Ralf Killian

Registration will be announced here: http://www.iperionhs.eu/webinar-series/




Recordings of webinars and podcasts



AIC & FAIC (American Institute for Conservation and Foundation For Advancement In Conservation) YouTube channel – with more than 400 videos
https://www.youtube.com/c/AmericanInstituteforConservation/

Plastics in Peril 2020 YouTube video collection from virtual international conference
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDhExi_byiwnJwb4Nx3Z3Xk5SefFvBCdx

ERIHS EU YouTube channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuN9HLbVXleJtOxCjiYjHyw/videos

HS Academy Resources (IPERION HS)
http://www.iperionhs.eu/hs-academy-resources/

ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property) Official YouTube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/ICCROM07

Perspectives on Jobs and Recruitment in Museums, Arts & Cultural Heritage, UCL Careers Podcast
https://soundcloud.com/uclsound/ucl-careers-podcast-perspectives-on-jobs-and-recruitment-in-museums-arts-cultural-heritage

Conservators Combating Climate Change
https://anchor.fm/conservatorscombatingcc

KHM Youtube-Kanal, “Donnerstagabend im Museum”
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDoWx4K015JYf3hpzeOp2_kes_EM3fAM2

ICON Scotland Group YouTube channel and “Take 5” series
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRwGc–0saUVd7OvYIIxdJQ/videos

Mixed Reality in Cultural Heritage podcast hosted by Dr. Mariza Dima, a Mixed Reality designer and lecturer in Creative Technology for Games at Brunel University London
https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80NDgzOTA4NC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw==

London Museums Group YouTube channel with webinar series “Embracing Agile” https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl8–NOBaq3epfU5uuqNO-g/featured

International colloquium “Icon Restoration and Engineering Approaches” organized by TU Dresden in cooperation with institutions in Dresden, Moscow and St. Petersburg
https://tu-dresden.de/bu/bauingenieurwesen/sdt/forschung/2016/historische-holztafelbilder-und-ikonen/copy_of_index

Lecture series “Conservation Insights 2020” organised by INTACH Conservation Institute, YouTube channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCznJO6AjqqWH2KwBJmhn6ag)

Presentations recordings from “International Symposium on the Testing of Materials for Storage and Display of Cultural Heritage”, 6th November, 2019 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
https://www.metmuseum.org/about-the-met/conservation-and-scientific-research/projects/international-materials-testing-symposium-2019

Cultural Heritage at the ESRF: from the discovery of masters’ secrets to the conservation of artworks by Marine Cotte, ESRF synchrotron scientist (France)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pG6–I2aqw

Cultural and Natural Heritage by European Synchrotron Radiation Facility – ESRF YouTube playlist
https://cutt.ly/nuTMTn8

Heritage Futures by ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) Emerging Professionals Working Group https://www.icomos.org/en/member-area/74813-heritage-futures-webinar-icomos-emerging-professionals

Cultural Heritage: a powerful catalyst for the future of Europe – Europe Day 2020 Webinar
https://youtu.be/xnUMCFx7NWI

Climate Change and Cultural Heritage: a call to action! from ICA (International Council on Archives) on Facebook
https://cutt.ly/BuT3SSL

The Best in Heritage
YouTube channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/TheBestInHeritage

In Our Words
Podcast of Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) and Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN)
https://www.canada.ca/en/conservation-institute/podcast.html