1 edition of Managing conservation in museums found in the catalog.
Managing conservation in museums
|LC Classifications||AM141 .K44 2002eb|
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|Pagination||1 online resource (vii, 258 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||258|
by David Grattan and Stefan Michalski. Damage Caused by Incorrect Temperature and RH; Vulnerable Objects; Classes of Control; Special Collections; This general introduction to the current approach to controlling ambient RH and temperature in museums is intended for all museum professionals. It is based on the "Museums, Galleries, Archives and Libraries" chapter in the American Society of. Museum Grants in the USA. Managing a collection can be an arduous task, involving many players and moving pieces. From registrars to curators, collections managers to conservators, every team member cares for the objects housed in your help everyone achieve their collections goals and support your institution with a boost in funding, we’ve curated a few museum grants and.
- A risk management approach to the preservation of cultural heritage, a joint publication of the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) and ICCROM, written by Stefan Michalski (CCI) and José Luiz Pedersoli Jr (for ICCROM). The ABC method evolved during ten years of teaching a three week ICCROM course on Reducing Risks to Collections to experienced. The author discusses examples of in situ conservation of archaeological remains in contemporary private and public buildings including museums. Special emphasis is given on the Acropolis Museum which is linked with a wide range of conflicts at local, national and international level.
U.K. & European IPM Working Group Updates. Access the postprints and posters from 4th international conference on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Stockholm, Sweden, May Integrated Pest Management for Cultural Heritage by David Pinniger. A practical, color-illustrated, working handbook for the curator, conservator and all persons concerned with the management of collections. INSTRUCTORS. Donia Conn has worked in conservation and preservation for the past 18 years, specializing in book conservation and preservation training. She is a preservation consultant and adjunct faculty for the Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science teaching Preservation Management and Collections Maintenance.
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Managing Conservation in Museums, Second Edition: Keene, Suzanne: : by: The first book to Managing conservation in museums book conservators and other professionals in museums and libraries that professional management information can be as useful to them as their own specialist expertise.
It reviews the climate in which museums operate today, and describes the most up-to-date and relevant management techniques. 2nd edition published /5. Managing Conservation in Museums. London: Routledge, COPY. Explaining and critically reviewing management procedures such as performance indicators and strategic planning, this book shows how techniques from mainstream management can be used to facilitate a holistic and professional approach to the business of conservation Cited by: Managing Conservation in Museums, Second Edition Suzanne Keene Explaining and critically reviewing management procedures such as performance indicators and strategic planning, this book shows how techniques from mainstream management can be used to facilitate a holistic and professional approach to the business of conservation and collection preservation.
It offers practical guidance on strategy, quantitative planning and condition surveying, and presents many solutions to the challenges faced by museum staff and conservation new edition takes into account changes such as the arrival of the Heritage Lottery Fund, policies for access and the growing convergence of museums, libraries and archives/5(2).
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Subjects: Museum. A text aiming to show conservators and other professionals in museums and libraries that professional management information can be useful to them. It reviews the climate in which museums operate today, and then describes the most up-to-date management techniques.
Synopsis Explaining and critically reviewing management procedures such as performance indicators and strategic planning, this book shows how techniques from mainstream management can be used to facilitate a holistic and professional approach to the business of conservation and collection Author: Suzanne Keene.
Buy Managing Conservation Museums, Second Edition 2 by Keene, Suzanne (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Suzanne Keene. Last month we wrote about the importance of managing light to prevent damage to collections – we’re completing the story with a few tips on managing humidity and temperature.
I was actually prompted by a visit to a museum where a logger in one of the display cases was showing RH of over 67%. (ebook) Managing Conservation in Museums () from Dymocks online store.
Explaining and critically reviewing management procedures. Architecture in Conservation Managing Development at Historic Sites, 1st Edition. This very practical book guides museums on how to create the highest quality experience possible for their visitors. Creating an environment that supports visitor engagement with collections means examining every stage of the visit, from the initial impetus to.
This latter book successfully drew together information, largely from the museum literature, on the subject of collections care.
Since that date the literature on this subject has grown considerably. A large number of papers are now published by groups of museum scientists in the specialist conservation literature. There are also anFile Size: KB. University of Cambridge Museums (UCM) in partnership with the British Library is organising a one-day course in Project Management in Conservation and Collections Care, intermediate level.
This course will provide those working in conservation and collections care with an understanding of how project management techniques and principles can be.
Records Management for Museums and Galleries offers a comprehensive overview of records management work within the heritage sector and draws on over a decade of experience in applying fundamental principles and practices to the specific circumstances of museums.
The conservation and restoration of books, manuscripts, documents and ephemera is an activity dedicated to the preservation and protection of items of historical and personal value made primarily from paper, parchment, and leather. When applied to cultural heritage conservation activities are generally undertaken by a conservator.
Standards and Best Practices. A shared set standards are a critical element for any professional field. Standards are a tool to help museums assess and align their operations and performance; they serve to hold museums accountable—to each other, their stakeholders, the public and society at large; and they enable museum leadership and staff to make informed, ethical and consistent decisions.
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Building an emergency plan: a guide for museums and other cultural institutions / compiled by Valerie Dorge and Sharon L. Jones. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (alk. paper) 1. Museums—Management—Planning— Handbooks, manuals, etc. Emergency management—Handbooks, manuals, etc.
The Smithsonian Institution Archives cares for many different materials, from paper documents and photographs, to audio and video recordings and film. In addition, born digital holdings such as email, websites, social media, and other items such as exhibit CAD drawings can also be found in our collections (see more at Digital Curation).
Both analog and digital holdings require.The following is a list of the sorts of materials in general museum collections that may present a danger, either to museum workers and visitors, or to other objects in the collection. If you are concerned about such materials in your collection, contact a trained conservator through the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural.The Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies is fully peer reviewed and Open Access.
It contains research on conservation science, artefact studies, restoration, museum studies, environment studies, collection management and curation. Published from the UCL Institute of Archaeology from tothe journal was relaunched in in collaboration with the British Library, with a newly.