[S-fotografie] Fw: SEPIA-LST 2 July 2004

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Ricevo e inoltro alla lista,
saluti Oriana Goti
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> This posting contains two messages:
>
> 1. GCI Conservation Guest Scholar program 2005/2006
>
> 2. International course "Preservation issues surrounding contemporary
photographs",  Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 23-24 and 27-28 September 2004
>
> posted by the ECPA Secretariat, with apologies for cross-posting.
>
>
> 1. GCI Conservation Guest Scholar program 2005/2006
>
> N.B. Applications are welcome from researchers of all nationalities.
>
> Message forwarded from the Conservation DistList (Instance: 18:4,
Thursday, July 1, 2004)
> _____Forward header_____
> Date: 30 Jun 2004
> From: Anna Zagorski <azagorski@getty.edu>
> Subject: GCI Conservation Guest Scholar program
>
> The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) is pleased to announce that
> applications are being accepted for the 2005/2006 Conservation Guest
> Scholar program.  Grants will be awarded to established scholars and
> professionals from conservation and allied fields to pursue
> independent scholarly research while in residence for three to nine
> months at the Getty Center in Los Angeles.  With an emphasis on the
> visual arts (including sites, buildings, and objects), the program
> seeks to encourage new ideas and perspectives in areas of wide
> general interest to the conservation community.  Conservation Guest
> Scholar benefits include air fare, housing, and a monthly stipend.
> Further information and an application form are available online at
>
>     <http://www.getty.edu/grants/research/scholars/
>         conservation.html>www.getty.edu/grants/
>         research/scholars/conservation.html
>
> or you may contact the
>
>     Getty Grant Program by e-mail at
>     310-440-7374
>     Fax: 310-440-7703
>     researchgrants@getty.edu
>
> Applications for the 2005/2006 program are due by November 1, 2004.
>
>     **** Moderator's comments: The above URL has been wrapped for
>     email. There should be no newline.
>
> Anna Zagorski
> Research Associate
> *****End of forwarded message*****
>
>
> 2. International course "Preservation issues surrounding contemporary
photographs",  Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 23-24 and 27-28 September 2004
>
> Message forwarded from the Conservation DistList (Instance: 18:4,
Thursday, July 1, 2004)
> _____Forward header_____
> Date: 1 Jul 2004
> From: Cor Mulders <informatiecentrum@icn.nl>
> Subject: Course on photographic preservation
>
> "Preservation issues surrounding contemporary photographs"
> International course
> Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage (ICN)
> Instituut Collectie Nederland, Amsterdam
> Sep 23-24, 27-28 (4 days)
>
> Content: The goal of this workshop is to provide the curator or
> collection manager with a general understanding of the most
> important preservation aspects surrounding contemporary photographs.
> The identification of contemporary processes--including chromogenic,
> silver dye bleach, dye diffusion, dye transfer, photograms and a
> general overview of digital prints--will be taught and technical
> information concerning finishing techniques (laminates and "Diasec"
> face-mounting) for contemporary photographs will be provided.
> Aspects of deterioration surrounding contemporary photographs and
> their finishing techniques will be discussed as well as preservation
> standards for the long-term storage of contemporary photographs.
>
> The standards for exhibition lighting and exhibition materials will
> also be discussed and various mounting supports and hanging systems
> will be examined. A practical part of the workshop will centre on
> large format works and participants will be encouraged to share
> their ideas and experiences. Since there are few standard answers in
> this area the goal of the practicum is to arrive at a list of
> working methods and techniques for the installation, storage and
> transport of large works.
>
> Target group:Curators and collection managers with an interest in
> conservation
> Instructors:
>
>     Clara von Waldthausen
>     Photograph conservator in Amsterdam, the Netherlands
>
>     Martin Jurgens
>     Photograph conservator in Hamburg, Germany
>
> Participants: 10
> Study material: Reader
> Price:  EURO 725
>
> For information contact:
>
>     Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage (ICN)
>     Angeniet Boeve (angeniet.boeve@icn.nl) or
>     Monique de Louwere (monique.de.louwere@icn.nl
>     Gabriel Metsustraat 8
>     1071 EA Amsterdam
>     The Netherlands
>     +31 20 3054659
>     Fax: +31 20 3054620
>
> Application form:
> Name
> Surname
> Date of birth
> male/female
> Organisation
> Position
> Address
> Country
> Telephone
> E-mail
> Fax: Course Title and price
> Background
> Reasons for application
> Signature
> Place and date
>
> Please send by mail or Fax: to:
>
>     Instituut Collectie Nederland
>     Secretariaat Opleidingen
>     Fax: +31 20 3054620
>     Postcode 76709
>     1070 KA Amsterdam
>     The Netherlands
>
> Cor Mulders
> Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage (ICN)
> Library
> PO Box 76709
> 1070 KA Amsterdam
> The Netherlands
> +310 20 3054760
> Fax: 310 20 3054700
> *****End of forwarded message*****
>
>
>
> European Commission on Preservation and Access (ECPA)
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