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Nuova versione del Forum Restauro & Conservazione

Il forum Restauro & Conservazione, creato nel novembre 1999 in uno specifico spazio di YahooGroups, annovera attualmente più di 400 iscritti con un totale circa di 2.100 messaggi spediti. L'attività del forum è segnalata :

Dopo diversi anni di attività si è deciso, al fine di migliorare le potenzialità del gruppo, di trasferire il forum in una specifica sezione di tine.it consultabile alla pagina:
http://www.tine.it/cgi-bin/blah/Blah.pl?b=
L'archivio dei messaggi inviati dal 1999 al 2004 è visionabile al seguente indirizzo: http://it.groups.yahoo.com/group/restauro/messages

Nella nuova edizione del forum sono attive diverse sezioni tematiche di cui alcune di libera consultazione, altre riservate esclusivamente agli iscritti.
In atto le principali sezioni del forum sono le seguenti:

  • Temi generali: Temi d'interesse generale sulla conservazione;
  • Architettura: Temi del restauro architettonico e monumentale;
  • Apparati decorativi: Temi realtivi al restauro ed alla conservazione degli elementi decorativi dell'architettura (materiali lapidei naturali ed artificiali);
  • Restauro pittorico: Temi del restauro pittorico;
  • Restauro ligneo: Temi del restauro ligneo;
  • Restauro carta: Temi del restauro del libro e della carta;
  • Diagnostica: Temi relativi alla diagnosi; 
  • Informatica Applicata; Applicazioni informatiche per i Beni culturali;
  • Formazione: News e chiarimenti relativi ai corsi di aggiornamento, di formazione, seminari, scuole di specializzazione, ecc.
  • Studenti: Spazio riservato alle comunicazioni ed alle richieste degli studenti universitari.
  • Ingresso: Sezione dedicata a consigli, domande e richieste relative al Forum

Per la migliore comprensione di tutte le funzionalità del forum potete consultare la pagina di help all'indirizzo:
http://www.tine.it/cgi-bin/blah/Blah.pl?
Per informazioni relative alle condizioni ed alle modalità d'iscrizione:
http://www.tine.it/Forum.htm

Per potere spedire e ricevere messaggi (anche in forma privata) è richiesta la compilazione di un profilo utente in cui occorre specificare:

  • nome e cognome;
  • attività (anche semplicemente: studente);
  • città.

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Bressanone: Scienza e beni culturali 2005.

Il convegno dal titolo " SULLE PITTURE MURALI: Riflessioni, Conoscenze, Interventi", organizzato dalle Università di Padova, Venezia, Genova, Brescia, Reggio Calabria e Politecnico di Milanosi si terrà dal 12 al 15 luglio 2005, a Bressanone presso la Casa della Gioventù (sede estiva dell’Università di Padova)
Per ulteriori informazioni :
scienzaebeniculturali.it

www.arcadiaricerche.it

Segreteria del Convegno: Arcadia Ricerche Srl Via delle Industrie, 25/11
30175 Venezia Marghera | Parco Scientifico Tecnologico di Venezia

T.041.5093048 | F.041.5093098 | E-mail: arcadia@vegapark.ve.it |

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L’appuntamento Arkos per il 2005: La fruizione sostenibile del bene culturale.
Nel suo quarto Convegno, dopo aver trattato i tre fondamentali temi teorici della reversibilità, della compatibilità e del minimo intervento, Arkos propone un confronto pluridisciplinare sulla fruizione dei beni culturali nell’ottica del loro rispetto, e dunque di sostenibilità. La grande attualità del tema, inerente le radici stesse del dibattito sulla politica dei beni culturali e quindi l’applicazione del nuovo Codice dei beni culturali (D. Lgs. 42/2004), apre il campo al concorso di molte competenze scientifiche. Se infatti la questione può apparentemente sembrare propria solo delle discipline dell’economia e del diritto, nondimeno è questione profondamente tecnica, che richiede nuovi apporti scientifici e, per certi versi, è destinata nel prossimo futuro a determinare lo scenario della ricerca applicata nel campo del restauro.
Il convegno pertanto si propone di fare il punto sia sulla questione teorica della sostenibilità dell’uso dei beni culturali sia sugli avanzamenti della ricerca tecnicoscientifica in relazione a:
  • metodi di valutazione della sostenibilità di nuove destinazioni d’uso;
  • soluzioni strutturali per far fronte a funzioni d’uso differenti e diverse;
  • modalità di regolazione del microclima in ambienti a rischio di affollamento;
  • controllo del degrado biologico in presenza di visitatori;
  • inquinanti indotti dalla fruizione e processi chimici correlati;
  • valutazione critica di esperienze di moderazione dei flussi di pubblico;
  • valutazione di esperienze di monitoraggio integrato;
  • studio di prodotti e tecnologie sia tradizionali che innovative, atte alla conservazione e alla manutenzione, in funzione dello specifico tipo di riuso.

Maggiori dettagli in www.nardinirestauro.it

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Conference on 19th and 20th century secular wall paintings "Modern Traditions: 19th and 20th century wall paintings" 4 March 2005
UKIC Stone and Wall Paintings Section Secular Wall Paintings Conference Series No. 3
Skinners' Hall, Dowgate Hill, London EC4

The third (and final) in a series of one-day symposia dedicated to the study and conservation of secular wall paintings will focus on decoration from the 19th and 20th centuries. Papers treating
technical and art historical subjects will be complemented by presentations on recent conservation projects. The conference is being held in the Banqueting Hall of the Worshipful Company of Skinners, which contains a glorious cycle of murals by Sir Frank Brangwyn, RA, depicting incidents in the history of the Company.

Conference fees:
    UKP50 UKIC Members
    UKP60 Non-members
    UKP40 Full-time students.

Registration forms can be found at http://www.ukic.org.uk
within the Stone and Wall Painting Section, or can be obtained by sending your details to Caroline Babington <caroline.babington@btconnect.com
or  
Robert Gowing (Section Chair) c/o English Heritage (328-9 SR) 23 Savile Row London W1S 2ET

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Conference on consolidation. 13 April 2005 The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
66 Portland Place London.
The Gilding and Decorative Surface's Section, of the Institute  of Conservation Consolidation Conference Papers are being prepared at the moment for this most interesting Conference.
Speakers, include Marianne Webb from the RoyalOntario  Museum, Timothy Hayes from the National Heritage Board, Singapore and Velson Horie author  of Materials for Conservation and Keeper of Conservation at the ManchesterMuseum, and many others from the private sector.
Papers include "What happens when all your favourite consolidants don't work?", "Treating reverse glass painting and Verre-eglomise", "Understanding and use of modern epoxy and polymer consolidants and infillers", "The effects consolidation has upon musical instruments
and the "Science of both synthetic and natural materials used in this subject".
Tickets:
    Members: UKP75
    Non Members: UKP95
    Students:  UKP55 (places limited at the reduced rate)
Price Includes Buffet Lunch, Tea and Coffee. Tickets, Orientation packs and speaker list  available from January 2005
Contact:
Victoria Doran and Caroline Tragett Guildhall Art Gallery Guildhall Yard London EC2P 2EJ
+44 207 332 3632 Fax: +44 207 332 3341
victoria.doran: corpoflondon.gov.uk
Caroline Tragett: caroline.tragett@corpoflondon.gov.uk

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Conference on technical specifications. Developing Technical Tendering Specifications for Large Technology and Cultural Objects.
UKIC Metals Section Conference Wednesday 16th March 2005 Science Museum, London

The conference will create a much needed opportunity to discuss and debate the development of technical specifications for tendering purposes when dealing with large technology and other cultural objects.  This topic will be of particular interest to commissioners and contractors who are involved in developing or responding to technical specifications.  Interested parties include conservators, architects, quantity surveyors, museums managers and project funders.
The programme will include presentations that illustrate the viewpoint of the client, the consultant, main contractors and funding bodies.  A number of case studies will illustrate real world experiences, good and bad, relating to a range of technically challenging projects.  The speakers are experienced, seasoned professionals drawn from across the sector.  This programme has been developed in response to demand from the sector and is an opportunity for interested parties to consider how this often difficult but important issue can be moved forward.
For further details contact:
Suzanne Kitto +44 1132201936 suzanne.kitto@armouries.org.uk
Cost:
UKIC Members: UKP65
Non Members: UKP75
Students: UKP50

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Architectural Paint Research in BuildingConservationNationalMuseumCopenhagen, Denmark on 8th –11th May 2005 Understanding decorative paint with a view to informed conservation.
A conference will take place at the NationalMuseum, Copenhagen, Denmark on 8th –11th May 2005 at the invitation of the National Museum of Denmark in collaboration with English Heritage, Netherlands Department for Conservation, Helsingborgs Museer, Sweden, National Trust for England, and the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research.
The general themes of the conference are:
The Definition of Architectural Paint Research as a distinct discipline.
Why carry out architectural paint research?
Training for architectural paint research.
Architectural Paint Research as a method of understanding, documenting and recording the building – not just a mean of recreating historic decorative schemes.
Interpreting findings to the public.
Identifying and preserving decorative finishes.
Historic paint as archaeological reference.
Alternatives to repainting a decorative scheme.
Possible creation of a proposal for European Standard defining standards for Architectural Paint Research ?

The aim of the conference is :
To create a common understanding of the profession among those involved in the practical work of paint investigation
To create a dialogue with other building conservation professionals, such as conservation architects, building contractors, conservation legislators, curators, fine art conservators and building- archaeologists
To agree proposals for a European Standard defining standards for Architectural Paint Research.
The language of the conference will be English.
The conference-fee will be 2500 kr.=340 Euro.

Registration: See Invitation (pdf) Programme
For further information please contact Line Bregnhøi: line.bregnhøi@natmus.dk

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IPC 5th International Conference The Edinburgh International Conference Centre July 27-29  2006

The Institute of Paper Conservation will be holding its fifth international conference in the centre of Edinburgh at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre from Thursday 27th July to Saturday 29th July. The conference will celebrate 30 years of achievement in conservation and focus on the relationship of practical conservation and preservation of paper and book in the 21st century
The conference aims to provide a forum for debate, while reporting achievements and imparting information and expertise,  that will bring together students of conservation, professional conservators and conservation scientists.

  • Illustrated presentations or posters are invited on the following:
  • Case studies in paper conservation and paper science
  • Changes in working methods: including technological advances
  • The perceived shift towards preservation
  • A review of materials in conservation: historical and modern
    Contributions will be selected by committee. Closing date is 28
February 2005. Abstracts of 150 words with a biography of 50 words should be sent to
Barbara Venables c/o the IPC Office Bridge house Waterside Upton-upon-Severn WR8 0HG
+44 1684 591150 Fax: +44 1684 592380 e mail:   information@ ipc.org.uk

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Meeting on conservation science The British Museum Clore Centre Sackler Rooms 17 February 2005
The Science of Galleries A one day meeting
The British Museum Department of Conservation Documentation and
Science and The Institute of Conservation Science
The Meeting fee is ICS member UKP15 (UK), Non member UKP25 (UK). Please note payment must be in UK pounds. The fee includes morning coffee and a sandwich lunch.
To receive a registration form please contact
Susan Bradley
Head of Conservation Science and Analytical Chemistry Group
Department of Conservation Documentation and science
The British Museum
Great Russell St London WC1B 3DG United Kingdom
+44 20 73238679 Fax: +44 20 73238636
 e mail:   sbradley@ thebritishmuseum.ac.uk

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1st International Conference on Painting Conservation Valencia, Spain: March 9-11, 2005
contact person: Laura Fuster
deadline for poster abstracts : 1st february 2005
English version of this Conference also available at
http://www.upv.es/irp/seminario
The Polytechnic University of Valencia is celebrating the 1st International Conference  on Paintings Conservation from 9th to 11th March, 2005. Its the first time that such prestigious researchers from Italy, England, Germany, France, the United States, and, of course, Spain visit our University. The objective is to present the latest studies on painting conservation, and more specifically in this first edition, on the behavior, deterioration and conservation of canvas paintings.
It is a great opportunity for our students and other researchers and conservators from institutions, museums and private studios to take part in such an interesting forum in which the latest studies related to structural conservation of canvases will be shown.
Poster Session: The 1st International Conference on Painting Conservation will include a Poster Session. Posters should show recent and on-going research about canvas conservation topics.
Conservators are invited to submit a 100 word abstract *before* 1st February 2005 to the conference e-mail address, in order to be selected for its exhibition. It will be necessary for selected authors to be registered. All submissions must describe original research  which has not been published or currently under review by another conference or journal
Trade Fair: A Trade fair will be mounted in association with the Conference which includes several exhibitors displaying new publications, conservators' materials, technical resources, and
other innovative products of interest to conservators and students.
For more information:
seminario@ irp.upv.es


Corsi

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Corso di Formazione Permanente organizzato dal Politecnico di Milano: "La conservazione delle superfici nei Beni Culturali: degrado, materiali e tecniche" ( 3 edizione) data: 18 Febbraio - 17 Giugno 2005.
Direttori del corso: Prof. Amedeo Bellini, Prof. Giuseppe Zerbi
Maggiori dettagli in: http://www.chem.polimi.it/formazione/beniculturali/

Per informazioni: Arch. Mannucci Erica
Dipartimento di Chimica, Materiali e Ingegneria Chimica "G.Natta"
Politecnico di Milano
Piazza Leonardo da Vinci 32, 20133, Milano
Tel. 02/23993230 Fax. 02/23993231 E-mail: erica.mannucci@polimi.it



News
1) Bressanone. Scienza e beni culturali 2005 "Sulle pitture murali: Riflessioni, Conoscenze, Interventi".. Continua>>

2) L’appuntamento Arkos per il 2005: La fruizione sostenibile del bene culturale .. Continua>>

3) Conference on 19th and 20th century secular wall paintings "Modern Traditions: 19th and 20th century wall paintings".. Continua>>

4) Conference on consolidation. 13 April 2005 The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) .. Continua>>

5) UKIC Conference on technical specifications.Developing Technical Tendering Specifications for Large Technology and Cultural Objects .. Continua>>

6) Architectural Paint Research in Building Conservation National Museum Copenhagen, Denmark on 8th 11th May 2005 Understanding decorative paint with a view to informed conservation .. Continua>>

7) IPC 5th International Conference The Edinburgh International Conference Centre July 27-29  2006 .. Continua>>

8) Meeting on conservation science The British Museum Clore Centre Sackler Rooms 17 February 2005 .. Continua>>

9) 1st International Conference on Painting Conservation. Valencia, Spain: March 9-11, 2005 .. Continua>>

10) Politecnico di Milano Corso di Formazione Permanente: "La conservazione delle superfici nei Beni Culturali: degrado, materiali e tecniche" ( 3 edizione) data: 18 Febbraio - 17 Giugno 2005. .. Continua>>


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