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Legge 1 agosto 2002, n. 166 (Merloni quater)

"Disposizioni in materia di infrastrutture e trasporti"

 

Periti dell'autorità giudiziaria

Aumento delle tariffe professionali

 

Nuova edizione del Capitolato Speciale di Appalto per opere di
Conservazione e Restauro
conforme al d.P.R. n. 554 del 1999

Incontri

SAIE
Bologna, 16 - 20 Ottobre 2002
Programma dei seminari

 

Fondazione per la Conservazione e il Restauro dei Beni
Librari, Spoleto (PG)
Workshops on photographic conservation

 

October 7-9, 2002 Lyon, France
SEPIA (Safeguarding European Images for Access)

Workshop on digitization and preventive conservation of
photographic collections

Congressi

Conference on architectural metals

Cambridge, Massachusetts, on April 4-5, 2003
"20th Century Exterior Architectural Metals: Design, Preservation,
and Care"


" Les polymères"
Dans la création-reproduction, la conservation-restauration et la présentation des oeuvres patrimoniales.
15 - 16 octobre 2002
Maison de la Chimie - Paris

 

Il 25 e 26 Ottobre 2002 Piazzola sul Brenta (Pd) Villa Contarini

25 e 26 Ottobre 2002

I° congresso internazionale: - Colore e conservazione -
materiali e metodi nel restauro delle opere policrome mobili.

 

ICN - Amsterdam 14-16 ottobre 2002.
"Casa-Museo come un importante testimone di identità
locale e nazionale
".

Links

Varia l'URL del CIT - Centro Informazioni Tecniche - portale di accesso ad Internet per Ingegneri, Architetti, Tecnici, Imprese e Società.
Nuovo indirizzo: http://www.informazionitecniche.it/


La Legge 1 agosto 2002, n. 166 "Disposizioni in materia di infrastrutture e trasporti", è stata pubblicata nella Gazzetta Ufficiale n. 181 del 3 agosto 2002 - Supplemento Ordinario n. 158. Le principali modifiche alla Legge 109/94 previste dall'art. 7 del DDL 1246 (ex Camera 2032) sono le seguenti:

  • Prorogata la durata dell'attestazione a cinque anni  con verifica entro il terzo anno del mantenimento dei requisiti di ordine generale nonché dei requisiti di capacità strutturale da indicare nel regolamento
  • Eliminata la possibilità alle regioni di imporre o meno la certificazione SOA
  • E' facoltà delle stazioni appaltanti richiedere ulteriori requisiti attestanti l'esecuzione di lavori nello specifico settore di intervento.
  • Possibilità del consorzio stabile di qualificarsi sulla base delle qualificazioni possedute dalle singole imprese consorziate.
  • Possibilità di costituire consorzi stabili di società di professionisti.
  • Limite della possibilità di subappaltare opere fino al 30%.
  • Divieto di subappalto quando una sola delle categorie superspecializate supera il 15% dell'importo dei lavori.
  • Ampliamento della possibilità di aggiudicare attraverso l’Appalto Integrato per importi di lavori  inferiori a 200.000 euro o pari o superiore a 10 milioni di euro;
  • L’appaltatore che partecipa ad un appalto integrato di cui al comma 1, lettera b), numeri 1) e 3), deve possedere i requisiti progettuali previsti dal bando o deve avvalersi di un progettista qualificato alla realizzazione del progetto esecutivo individuato in sede di offerta o eventualmente associato; il bando indica l’ammontare delle spese di progettazione esecutiva comprese nell’importo a base di appalto ed i requisiti richiesti al progettista, in conformità a quanto richiesto dalla normativa in materia di gare di progettazione.
  • Possono fare parte delle commissioni di collaudo, limitatamente ad un solo componente, i funzionari amministrativi che abbiano prestato servizio per almeno cinque anni in uffici pubblici
  • E’ scomparso qualunque riferimento all’anticipazione contrattuale;
  • Resta l'obbligo di presentare una polizza provvisoria qualunque sia l'importo dei lavori;
  • Cauzione definitiva aumentata di un punto in percentuale per ogni punto che supera il 10 per cento; ove il ribasso sia superiore al 20 per cento, l’aumento è di due punti percentuali per ogni punto di ribasso superiore al 20 per cento;
  • Viene previsto uno svincolo progressivo sulla cauzione definitiva a partire dal 50% del Sal. (anche per i contratti in corso)
  • Si introduce l’obbligo per tutti i soggetti che effettuano la verifica del progetto di essere  muniti di una polizza indennitaria civile per danni a terzi per i rischi derivanti dallo svolgimento dell’attività di propria competenza.
  • Il sistema di garanzia globale di esecuzione, una volta istituito, è obbligatorio per tutti i contratti di cui all’articolo 19, comma 1, lettera b), di importo superiore a 75 milioni di euro;
  • Vengono radicalmente rivoluzione le norme relative alla finanza di progetto
  • Il Governo provvederà a modificare il regolamento di cui al citato D.P.R. n. 34 del 2000 prevedendo la possibilità per l’Autorità di vigilanza sui lavori pubblici di comminare sanzioni rapportate alla gravità delle violazioni compiute dagli organismi di attestazione
  • La quota di lavori subappaltabili resta del 30%  
  • Per l’affidamento di incarichi di progettazione ovvero della direzione dei lavori il cui importo stimato sia inferiore a 100.000 euro le stazioni appaltanti per il tramite del responsabile del procedimento possono procedere all’affidamento ai soggetti di cui al comma 1, lettere d), e), f) e g), di loro fiducia, previa verifica dell’esperienza e della capacità professionale degli stessi e con motivazione della scelta in relazione al progetto da affidare


Per scaricare il testo (.doc): Legge 1 agosto 2002, n. 166
 

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Tenendo conto dell’apporto delle nuove tecniche e dei materiali innovativi, considerando le consistenti variazioni intervenute nel modo d’interpretare la tecnologia del restauro e della conservazione ed in seguito all’approvazione del d.P.R. n. 554 del 1999 che varia sostanzialmente la struttura del capitolato, si è pervenuti alla decisione di rivedere il capitolato d’appalto giunto invariato nel 1999 alla sua quarta edizione.
Con riferimento al nuovo assetto normativo la nuova edizione contiene:

  • lo schema di contratto d'appalto per lavori a misura;

  • il capitolato speciale d'appalto (parte integrante dello schema di contratto).

  • un CD di utility

Maggiori informazioni: Nuovo capitolato

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E' stato pubblicato sulla Gazzetta Ufficiale del 5 agosto scorso n.182, il decreto del Ministero di Giustizia del 30 maggio 2002 relativo all'adeguamento dei compensi spettanti ai periti, consulenti tecnici, interpreti e traduttori per le operazioni eseguite su disposizione dell'autorita' giudiziaria in materia civile e penale. La revisione delle tariffe coinvolge tutti i professionisti della cui consulenza si avvalgono i giudici nei tribunali. In particolare gli articoli 11, 12, 13, 14 e 16 si occupano della revisione delle tariffe spettanti agli operatori dell'edilizia.
Questo significa che quando il giudice dovrà liquidare i compensi a ingegneri, architetti, geometri e periti, dovrà attenersi a questo decreto e alle tariffe in esso indicate.


Per scaricare il testo : Decreto Ministeriale 30/05/2002

 

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"20th Century Exterior Architectural Metals: Design, Preservation, and Care" an intensive conference/training program to be held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on April 4-5, 2003--will explore technical and practical issues involved in keeping metal facades, exterior components, and structural elements of buildings constructed in the recent past, as well as metal outdoor sculpture, in good condition and will probe the cost-benefits of procedures for preserving and protecting these building envelopes, ornamentation, and artistic works.
Sponsored by Technology and Conservation, the MIT Department of Architecture, and the Boston Society of Architects/AIA's Historic Resources Committee, this conference will first cover the basic
material properties, corrosion behavior, and performance features of stainless steels, copper alloys, aluminum alloys, titanium alloys, Corten, and wrought iron. Testing and inspection procedures and
pitfalls will then be detailed, followed by a discussion of design and structural considerations. Practical, cost-effective strategies for the care and preservation of architectural metal systems (including techniques such as repatination, regilding, and coating) will be examined. Several case histories will be presented highlighting the lessons learned from these projects, vis-a-vis viable approaches to preservation and maintenance planning, facilities management, and stewardship of properties. A look as some building materials now under development will provide an understanding of what future care programs might need to encompass.

Walking tours of buildings designed by Frank Gehry, Stephen Holl, and others will allow direct observation of how various metal alloys have been used in the last decades of the 1900s. Also viewable will be outdoor works by sculptors such as Calder and Nevelson.

The topics to be discussed will provide valuable, usable information for:

  • architects and architectural conservators

  • object conservators

  • building restoration specialists

  • engineers

  • building maintenance supervisors

  • construction specifiers

  • contractors

  • campus and educational facilities planners

  • federal, state, and local government officials responsible for the care, rehab, and/or continued viability of buildings  and other structures or of public art

  • operations/facilities managers and administrators of libraries, museums, and other cultural institutions; educational and commercial complexes; and religious  properties

  • manufacturers and suppliers of components/systems for the preservation, restoration, repair, and/or maintenance of architectural metals.

The conference speakers are recognized authorities in the fields of architecture, architectural preservation, building technology, objects conservation, structural engineering, corrosion engineering,
materials science, and test engineering.
Call For Poster Presentations: Submission date for proposals for poster presentations at the symposium is October 15, 2002. Posters (a poster presentation being one 30" x 40" board, or two 20" x 30" boards) will be on display for viewing during the conference.
The posters can be on a project involving (1) the preservation and/or care of structures featuring 20th century architectural metals for the building envelope or exterior ornamentation, or for outdoor sculpture, or (2) research into the performance, restoration, or care of these alloys in building or artistic work usage. Proposals should be submitted to: Technology and Conservation, Attn: Susan E. Schur, Hon. AIA, 76 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA 02143, U.S.A.
Registration: The registration fee for the conference is $345 per person until February 15, 2003. After February 15, 2003, the registration fee is $405 per person. The registration fee includes the April 4-5, 2003 conference, two luncheons, and a reception.

The AIA's National Historic Resources Committee's Spring 2003 meeting is being held in conjunction with this conference, and will include talks, bus tour, a luncheon, and two receptions.

A combined registration fee for the National HRC meeting and the "20th Century Exterior Architectural Metals" conference is offered, covering all program events--April 3-6, 2003 (the April 4-5 conference, additional talks on April 3 and April 6, three luncheons, three receptions, and a bus tour).
The combined fee prior to February 15, 2003 is $445 per person; after February 15, 2003,
the combined fee is $520 per person. Registration fees are given in U.S. dollars.

For the schedule or for more details on the conference, contact

    Technology and Conservation
    76 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA 02143
    USA
    Tel:  617-623-4488
    Fax: 617-623-2253

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" Les polymères"
Dans la création-reproduction, la conservation-restauration et la présentation des oeuvres patrimoniales. 15 - 16 octobre 2002 Maison de la Chimie - Paris
 
thème 1 Création artistique contemporaine
sous son double aspect design et formulation
• Marie-Claude Corbeil - Institut Canadien de Conservation - Ottawa
• Danièle Giraudy - Directrice des Musées de Marseille
• Henri Strub - AtoFina - Paris
C'est dans ce domaine que les polymères synthétiques offrent certainement le maximum de possibilités soit à l'état de masses plastiques, de composites ou de plaques dont la mise en œuvre s'avère commode (polyesters, acryliques, polycarbonates), soit sous forme expansée dont il faut maîtriser soigneusement la cinétique d'expansion (polystyrènes, polyuréthannes). En outre, les polymères entrent dans la formulation de nouveaux liants pour la matière picturale et sont également utilisables comme adhésifs pour le collage et l'assemblage d'éléments de structures, offrant ainsi à l'artiste de nouvelles possibilités de création.

thème 2 Conservation - restauration :
protection et revêtement de surface
• Jean-Claude Dran - CNRS - Centre de Recherche et de Restauration des Musées de France - Paris
• Bertrand Lavédrine - Centre de Recherche sur la Conservation des Documents Graphiques - Paris
• Liliane Masschelein-Kleiner - Institut Royal du Patrimoine Artistique - Bruxelles
• Martine Regert - CNRS - Centre de Recherche et de Restauration des Musées de France - Paris
L'emploi des polymères dans ce domaine répond à un double objectif : protection des œuvres contre les agents extérieurs et renforcement de la brillance.
Les vernis et les couches protectrices traditionnelles sont à base d'huiles, de protéines, de cires et de résines naturelles tandis que les revêtements contemporains sont généralement des composés synthétiques (cellulosiques, vinyliques, acryliques, etc.). Les principaux problèmes que posent actuellement ces produits très variés sont :
• leur pouvoir liant, leur adhésion au substrat et leur interaction à long terme avec le substrat ;
• leur mode d'application ;
• leur évolution avec, en particulier, les mécanismes de transformation sous l'action de la lumière et de l'environnement pour lesquels il conviendrait de développer des techniques analytiques spécifiques et de dégager des pratiques recommandées d'emploi ;
• leur influence sur la réversibilité des traitements et l'élimination des couches de protection à base de polymères naturels ou synthétiques (remplacement des solvants organiques par des solvants aqueux).

thème 3 Conservation - restauration consolidation des matériaux poreux
• Gilles Chaumat - Arc Nucleart - Grenoble
• Ernest Maréchal - Université Paris 6 - Société Française de Chimie - Paris
• Philippe Larraillet - Rhodia - Lyon
• Isabelle Pallot-Frossard - Laboratoire de Recherche des Monuments Historiques - Champs-sur-Marne
Les polymères utilisés dans le traitement des matériaux poreux peuvent être de consolidation, ou de protection contre les agents extérieurs. Dans tous les cas, le résultat dépend de la nature du polymère, de ses caractéristiques et de la technique mise en œuvre. Les principales préoccupations concernent
• les modes de traitement et de consolidation ; en particulier l'imprégnation des matériaux et la profondeur de pénétration du traitement ;
• la modification de l'aspect de surface des matériaux ;
• la stabilité à long terme et donc la durabilité du traitement ;
• la réversibilité.

thème 4 Moulage et prise d'empreinte pour la reproduction
• Patrick Bourgin - Ecole Supérieure de Plasturgie - Oyonnax
• Henry de Lumley - Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle - Paris
• Liliane Léger - Collège de France - Paris
• Gilbert Schorsch - Société de Chimie Industrielle - Paris

Cette activité produit les répliques commercialisées des œuvres d'art pour le grand public, mais aussi les copies qui remplacent en plein air les originaux trop fragiles, ou encore les nombreuses empreintes d'une mémoire archéologique fugitive. Elle fait appel à divers types de matériaux : métal (bronze), liants hydrauliques (plâtre, ciment), pierre et matériaux organiques (résine). Les problèmes concrets qui se posent sont ceux du démoulage des objets lors de la prise d'empreinte, ou celui plus prospectif de la reproduction sans contact, à l'aide de lasers.

thème 5 Les polymères en muséographie

• Catherine Blanchard - Musée du Peigne et de la Plasturgie - Oyonnax
• Jean-Louis Boutaine - Centre de Recherche et de Restauration des Musées de France - Paris
• Jean-François Milou - Architecte - Paris

Lors de l'exposition des œuvres d'art, les polymères interviennent essentiellement dans deux fonctions :
• la mise en valeur de l'œuvre sur des supports en polymères qui peuvent avoir des formes extrêmement complexes, permettant de jouer avec la couleur et la lumière et ainsi d'allier l'esthétique à la fonction " support " ;
• la protection des œuvres contre toute forme d'agressions physiques, mais également contre la poussière, la lumière intense et les ultraviolets. Pour concilier ce rôle protecteur et la bonne lisibilité de l'œuvre, des traitements de surface permettent par exemple d'atténuer les reflets, 'augmenter la résistance à la rayure, etc.

Programma ed informazioni generali in:

http://www.scifrance.org/congres/artetchimie/artetchimie.pdf

 

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ll 25 e 26 Ottobre 2002, presso Villa Contarini di Piazzola sul Brenta (Pd), si terrà il primo congresso internazionale dal titolo: COLORE E CONSERVAZIONE - MATERIALI E METODI NEL RESTAURO DELLE OPERE POLICROME MOBILI.
II programma del congresso è consultabile:
Programma

la scheda di iscrizione: Scheda adesione.doc dovrà essere scaricata, compilata e inviata a:
tiziana.cosma@enaip.veneto.it 

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Fondazione per la Conservazione e il Restauro dei Beni Librari, Spoleto (PG)
Workshops
on photographic conservation:

1. Storia e identificazione della fotografia
Lunedì-venerdì
Il 21-25 Ottobre 2002 9 a.m. -6 p.m
2. Conservazione della fotografia
Lunedì-venerdì
Il 18-22 Novembre 2002 9 a.m. -6 p.m
3. Opere pratiche su tecniche storiche
Lunedì - mercoledì
Il 9-11 Dicembre 2002 9am-6pm

Direzione: Maria Franco di Di di Lilli
Tutore principale: Lorenzo Scaramella
Tutori che assistono: Marco Imperatore, Silvia Zappala
Oratori:
Isabelle Anex, Silvia Berselli, Giulia Cucinella-Briant, Lorenza
Fenzi, Alberto Manodori, Montanari di Babbo Natale di Maria, Luciano
Residori, Luciana Rossi, Lorenzo Scaramella

Termine massimo per la registrazione: Il 28 Settembre 2002
Tassa: Prima l'officina: 620 EURO
Seconda officina: 620 EURO
Terza officina: 365 EURO
Assegno bancario a Carispo Sede, c/13294
Informazioni: restaurolibro@libero.it

Tel: 0743 224298
Fax: 0743 224760

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Archivists, librarians, curators, and photographers in charge of photographic materials need to know about the role of new technology in collections management. Digital imaging offers unprecedented
opportunities for access to historical materials. But how can it be combined with established preservation methods in an integrated strategy, to ensure optimal access today as well as in the future?
A three day workshop on preventive conservation and digitization of photographic materials will address this issue. The workshop will cover basic introductory concepts such as process identification of supports and preservation methods combined with digitization principles and its integration into a conservation strategy.

Introduction.
The characteristics of various photographic processes and the different materials encountered in photographic collections will be reviewed. Specific requirements for their handling and preservation
will be related to the nature and function of different types of photographic collections. The workshop will present the basic concepts of digitization, terminology, and issues to consider when planning a project. Integration of a digitization project within an existing preservation strategy as well as the planning of a well-rounded project will be discussed. Attention will be given to assessment, setting priorities, specifications, budgeting, preparation and security of original objects, and quality control.
In the scope of the workshop, participants will acquire a basic knowledge of technical issues that will enable them to make informed decisions about the role of digitization within a preservation and
management strategy for photographic collections.

Speakers include:
Jean-Paul Gandolfo
Professor at the Ecole Nationale Superieure Louis-Lumiere (Noisy-le-Grand, France)
Pierre-Emmanuel Nyeborg
Consultant, preventive conservation and photograph conservation
Jean-Gabriel Lopez
Consultant, preventive conservation and digitization
They will present outlines of issues and theory as well as practical cases, a substantial part of the workshop will be devoted to practical work and group assignments to develop participants' skills
in finding their own solutions.
The number of participants is limited to 15. The workshop will be in French. The fee for the three day course is 330 euros. This includes coffees, teas, lunches and a course packet with supplementary
reading materials.
The workshop is supported by the European Community as part of the SEPIA program. For registration or additional information please contact:

Lyzanne Gann SEPIA Training
54 boulevard Voltaire 92600 Asnieres-sur-Seine
+33.0 1 43.50.40.84 (phone/Fax:)

lyzanne.gann@libertysurf.fr

For additional information on the SEPIA program please visit
http://www.knaw.nl/ecpa/sepia/

 

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 Il Convegno 2002 di DEMHIST (ICN Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage) si terrà ad Amsterdam dal 14 al 16 di ottobre.
Il tema sarà  "Casa-Museo come un importante testimone di identità locale e nazionale".
Tutti sono invitati a partecipare.
Si può richiedere il programma e il modulo di partecipazione e riceverli via e-mail all'indirizzo demhist@iol.it ;
se si desidera ricevere la brochure contattare l'ICN-Cultural Institute of Netherlands all'indirizzo Floor.Stoutjesdijk@icn.nl .

 

The Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage (Instituut Collectie Nederland of ICN) is the principal national information institute for the conservation and management of cultural heritage. The institute has five core tasks, centred on the production and provision of information: advice, research, information, training and support. The ICN is very pleased to host this conference, as it
provides ICN with another opportunity to emphasize the historic interior as a topic, after the successful series of events of last year. http://www.icn.nl
The location of all conference events will be 'De Industrieele Groote Club', Dam 27, downtown Amsterdam, unless otherwise.

Sunday, Oct 13, 2002
18:00 Meeting of the DEMHIST Board, only
Monday, October 14, 2002
Chairwoman of the day is Pauline Kruseman, director of the Amsterdam Historic Museum and chairwoman of ICOM-Netherlands.
9:00 Coffee and registration
9:45 Rik Vos, director of ICN: Welcome to Amsterdam
9:50 Rosanna Pavoni, chair pro-tempore of DEMHIST: 'DEMHIST on the Brink of its Third Annual Conference'
10:00 Frans Grijzenhout, head of education of ICN: 'A House in
Holland? Identity in the Past and Present'
10:30 Questions
10:40 Break
11:00 Around the world: 'This is My House' in 15 Minutes
Australia: Linda Young
Brazil: Magaly Cabral
Italy: Giovanni Pinna
Morocco: Mohammed Chadli
USA: Dawn Wiegand
USA: Karen Zukowski
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Around the World: 'This is My House' in 15 Minutes
Belgium: Sharon Hirsh
England: Julius Bryant
Ireland: Hugh Maguire
Netherlands: Eloy Koldeweij
Norway: Erik Jondell
Portugal: Maria de Jesus Monge
Sweden: Michelle Facos
15:15 Break
16:00 Frans van Burkom (staff member of ICN) : 'A House in Holland? Identity in the Future'
16:25 Questions and discussion
17:10 End of program
Ca. 17:45 Drinks offered by ICN at Museumsquare in the former building of the domestic science school.
The Industrieele Groote Club offers you a limited possibility to sell books and to display brochures and posters from your museums.

Tuesday, October 15, 2002
9:00 Coffee
9:30-12:00 Workshops (it is necessary to sign up for the workshops in advance on the registration form)

Workshop 1:
The Second Phase of the Categorization Project: Understanding Your House Through Sub-Categories, topics: Concepts Involved in Sub-Categories of Historic House Museums, Analysis of
Sub-Categories of Homes in Which the Patrons Recreated an Historical Period or Taste Different from their Own, Proposals for Other Sub-Categories of Historic House Museums and Individuation of Distinctive Elements as "Reading Keys," Reflections on the Most Effective Means to Communicate the
Significant Differences Between the Many Different Sub-Categories of Historic House Museums, moderator: Rosanna Pavoni, contributors: Conny Bogaard, Terry Davis, Charlotte Smith (To all those registering for this workshop preparatory material about the first phase of the categorization project
will be sent).

Workshop 2:
The Value of the House Museum: How to Deal with Copyright Issues for the Benefit of the House and its Collection, topics: Museological Debate on Property and Intellectual Property Rights, Fair versus Commercial Use, Strategies of Protection and Valorisation of the Property and Intellectual Property Rights, Procedures and Contractual Format, Relationships with Agents and Dealers, International Strategies, Relationship With and Impact of New Technologies, Delivery Strategies and Cases,
Institutional and Financial Issues, moderator: Guido Guerzoni, contributor: Wim Jacobs.

Workshop 3:
Kasteel Amerongen: 'How and Where to Start When the Problems are Substantial: an Integrated Approach for the Historic House Museum,' topics: Assessing the Situation, Establishing Priorities, Surveying and Documenting the Collection, Building Support, the Collection as an Ensemble versus the Needs of Individual Objects, Presentation versus Preservation, Authenticity versus Reconstruction, Keeping a Collection in a Monument, moderator: Tessa Luger, contributors: Eloy Koldeweij, Charlotte van Rappard, Steven Coene, Christel Paul.

Workshop 4:
Rescue of the former Museum of Artis-Zoo: Preservation, Restoration, and Destination: How and Where to Start? A Chance for the New Museum-Axis in Amsterdam, topics: Scenarios of
Rearranging the Ensemble of Building, Interior and Collection, Strategies of Organizing, Conservation Policies, Investment and Exploitation, moderator: Arnoud Odding, contributors: Joost Willink, Natasja Wehman.

12-13:30: Lunch and transport to chosen excursions (handy
arrangements in public transport)
13:30-19:00 Three Visits.

Follow-up of the workshops will take place through excursions to Amsterdam's historic house museums (please mark your preference for one of the visits in advance on the registration form)

A. "Museum Amstelkring: a Safe Haven for Religion (Roman Catholic) and Culture in the Red Light District: Planning a New Wing," presented by the director, Judikje Kiers, and Thijs Boers.
"The Anne Frank House: a Famous Girl and an Amsterdam House with 900,000 Pilgrims Yearly: How to Manage Visitors and Prevention," presented by Teresien da
Silva.

B. "Museum van Loon: a House Museum," presented by Tonko Grever "Museum of Willet Holthuysen: How to Exploit a House Museum?," presented by a staff member

C. "House of the Family Six: a Private Collector's House," presented by a member of the Six family
"The Former Artis 'Grand Museum'," presented by Arnoud Odding and Joost Willink

19:00 End of program

Ca. 19 Drinks in the Museum Willet-Holthuysen, Herengracht 605, offered by ICOM- Netherlands.

Wednesday, October 16, 2002
9:30 Annual meeting of members of the DEMHIST committee?all members encouraged to attend; any motions to be voted on by voting members only; new board members for 2002-2005 to be elected by voting members, only
or
Free-time in Amsterdam and Amsterdam house museums (access arranged by ICN)

12:30 Departure by bus to excursions outside of Amsterdam. Brown bag lunch in the bus (it is necessary to choose and sign up for the excursions in advance on the registration form, space is very limited)

1. "Visit to Kasteel De Haar (in Haarzuilens), Value Assessment, Identity, Prevention, the Public, and
Revenues," two guided tours (in English, max. total 60 persons) continued by :
"Visit to Kasteel Amerongen (in Amerongen), Value Assessment, Identity, Prevention, the Public, and
Revenues," presented by Tessa Luger and Eloy Koldeweij (in English, max. total 60 persons)

2. "Visit to Jachtslot St. Hubertus (in Otterloo): Value Assessment, Identity, Prevention, the Public, and
Revenues," two guided tours (in English, max. total 40 persons)

Ca. 19:00 Dinner in Amsterdam. Nasi goreng (Indonesian rice-table)- optional


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