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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Italian.Editor a erpanet.org" <Italian.editor a ERPANET.ORG>
To: <SEPIA-LST a NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Sent: Friday, September 03, 2004 10:24 PM
Subject: erpaTraining Amsterdam - programme released, registration open


> ' Apologies for cross-posting
> ' Please forward where appropriate
> '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
> '
> ' ERPANET Seminar
> ' Business Models related to Digital Preservation
> ' Amsterdam, The Netherlands
> ' September 20-22, 2004
> '
> ' http://www.erpanet.org/events/2004/amsterdam/
> '
>
>
> ERPANET is pleased to announce the programme of its seminar on business
models. This three-day event is co-hosted by the 'Netherlands Institute for
Archival Education and Research' (the Archiefschool; Amsterdam, The
Netherlands). It convenes international experts with long-standing
experience.
>
> This ERPANET seminar will explore the organisation, funding and
structuring of digital preservation in and among organisations. Adequate
business models are key in establishing a solid infrastructure and a
sustainable preservation programme. International experts will provide
seminar participants with case studies and cutting-edge knowledge.
>
>
> Programme
> The seminar starts on Monday, September 20, at 10:30 (registration open
from 10:00), and it closes on Wednesday, September 22, at 12:30.
>
> The seminar addresses organisational, financial, cultural and
collaborative aspects relating to the long-term management of digital
resources,
> with topics including:
> * sustainability issues
> * organisational structures
> * partnerships
> * funding
> * return on investment
> * costing in digital preservation
>
> Speakers include:
> * Rob Davies (MDR Partners, UK) - The EU Directive on Public Sector
Information;
> * Douglas Greenberg (Shoah Foundation, USA) - The case of the Virtual
History Foundation;
> * Claude Huc (CNES, France) - An Organisational Model for Digital Archive
Centres;
> * Maggie Jones (DPC, UK) - Determining the Costs, Issues to Consider;
> * Anne Kenney (Cornell, USA) - The Requisite Resources for Digital
Preservation Management; and
> * Julie Walker (MIT, USA) - DSpace, digital preservation and business
models.
> The Sessions are designed to be interactive with Practical Sessions and
discussions. For a detailed programme refer to the ERPANET website.
>
>
> Venue
> The venue is at the Vrije Universiteit (www.vu.nl) in Amsterdam, the
Netherlands. For travelling and hotel information please refer to the
ERPANET website  www.erpanet.org
>
>
> Social Programme
> A seminar dinner is organised for Monday. It will take place in the
restaurant "In De Waag" (www.indewaag.nl) starting at 7pm. After the last
session on Tuesday, you can join the group for a city tour and a subsequent
reception at the 'Netherlands Institute for Archival Education and Research'
(www.archiefschool.nl).
>
>
> To Register
> The registration fee is 150 Euro, to be paid in time before the conference
or at the conference.
> Online registration is possible at  www.erpanet.org
> For additional information, please contact  dutch.editor a erpanet.org
>
>
> Prisca Giordani
> ERPANET Italian Editor
> Institute for Archival and Library Science
> University of Urbino 'Carlo Bo'
> Piano santa Lucia 6
> 61029 URBINO (PU)
> Italy
> Italian.editor a erpanet.org
> http://www.erpanet.org

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ecpa" <Ecpa a BUREAU.KNAW.NL>
To: <SEPIA-LST a NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Sent: Monday, September 06, 2004 1:32 PM
Subject: FW: Open meeting, London, UK, 27 September 2004


> Message forwarded by the ECPA Secretariat, with apologies for
cross-posting:
>
> Photographic Materials Conservation Group (PhMCG): Open meeting, London,
UK, 27 September 2004
>
> Message forwarded from the Conservation DistList (Instance: 18:14, Sunday,
September 5, 2004)
>
> _____Forward header_____
> Date: 19 Aug 2004
> From: Angela H. Moor <xfa59 a dial.pipex.com>
> Subject: Photographic Materials Conservation Group (PhMCG)
>
> Photographic Materials Conservation Group
> Open Meeting
> The National Gallery
> Sainsbury Wing
> Trafalgar Square London UK
> September 27, 2004
>
> List of participating speakers:
>
>    The Mellon Advanced Residency Programme for Photographic
>    Conservation at The George Eastman House Rochester New York, with
>    personal observations by Kate Jennings, Fellow at the ARP in
>    2003.
>
>    Photographic Conservation Work Studies
>        Thomas Roderick Ewart
>        Akershus fylkesmuseum, Norway
>
>        Dino Makridis
>        Trondelag Folkemuseum, Norway
>
>        Sun Hee Park-Ogden
>        Private Conservator, London
>
>    Mounting Graphic Art and the Issues of Enclosing Paper: recent
>    projects at the British Museum
>
>         Joanna Kosek
>         Prints and Drawings Department, British Museum, London
>
>     Exploiting photographs within a mixed collection
>         Carol Morgan
>         Archivist, Institution of Civil Engineers, London
>
>     Research in the Conservation of Nineteenth Century Paper
>     Negatives
>         Kate Jennings
>         Conservator, Tate Gallery, London
>
>     The evolution of the photographic negative 1795-1965  "From
>     Paper to Plastic; the History and Chronology of Photographic
>     Negatives" Part 2
>         Ian Moor
>         The Centre for Photographic Conservation, London
>
>     Poster exhibit: "A storage method for photographs and other
>     materials".
>
>     Quiz with small prize.
>
> The full programme with abstracts and biographical information will
> be available at the meeting.
>
> Cost of meeting including coffee, lunch etc:
>     Members UKP29.00
>     Non Member UKP36.00
>
> To register:
>
>     Stephen Harwood
>     Hon Secretary,
>     stephen.harwood a nationalarchives.gov.uk
>
> If you would like to offer a paper or poster exhibit please contact
> the Programme Chair
>
>     Angela Moor
>     xfa59 a dial.pipex.com
>
> For registration form or further information about the PhMCG please
> see <URL:http://www.phmcg.org.uk>
>
>     Photographic Materials Conservation Group
>     PO Box 17286
>     Streatham
>     London SW16 2WT
>
> Members: Please check the Group's web site Members page for the
> Chairman's Letter and NCCR update
> ****End of forwarded message*****
>
>
>
> European Commission on Preservation and Access (ECPA)
> P.O. Box 19121, NL-1000 GC  Amsterdam,
> visiting address: c/o KNAW, Trippenhuis, Kloveniersburgwal 29,
> NL-1011 JV  Amsterdam, The Netherlands
> tel. ++31 - 20 - 551 08 39   fax  ++31 - 20 - 620 49 41
> URL: http://www.knaw.nl/ecpa/

ALTRO MESSAGGIO


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ecpa" <Ecpa a BUREAU.KNAW.NL>
To: <SEPIA-LST a NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2004 1:58 PM
Subject: SEPIA-LST Digest 30 August 2004


> This posting contains two messages:
>
> 1. Digital Imaging Conference at RIT, Rochester, New York, USA, 21-22
September 2004
>
> 2. Photography courses in Dublin, Ireland, 16 and 17 September 2004
>
> posted by the ECPA Secretariat, with apologies for cross-posting.
>
>
> 1. Digital Imaging Conference at RIT, Rochester, New York, USA, 21-22
September 2004
>
> Message forwarded from the Archives & Archivists LISTSERV List (sponsored
by the Society of American Archivists)
> _____Forward header_____
> Date:    Wed, 18 Aug 2004 08:19:26 -0700
> From:    Hannah Frost <hfrost a STANFORD.EDU>
> Subject: Digital Imaging Conference at RIT
>
> Posted on behalf of a non-subscriber:
>
> ***********
> Announcing:
>
> The American Museums Digital Imaging Survey Benchmarking Conference
>
>       Direct Digital Image Capture of Cultural Heritage
>       in American Institutions
>
> September 21 - 22, 2004
> Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York
>
> with an optional 3rd day spent with RIT's Image Permanence Institute
>
> For a preliminary program with registration information, please visit:
> http://www.cis.rit.edu/museumSurvey/conference .
>
> Conference topics will include:
>    - Benchmarking survey of digital imaging within cultural institutions
>    - Case studies of 6 trailblazing museums and libraries
>    - Digital imaging in conservation science
>    - Evaluation of digital camera systems
>    - Digital cameras: what's happening in the research labs?
>    - Criteria for camera development
>    - Metadata
>    - The future of digital imaging in the cultural heritage arena
>
> There will be project presentations, invited talks and panel
> discussions.  An evening reception will take place at the internationally
> renowned George Eastman House International Museum of Photography.
>
> ------------
>
> This conference is part of the Direct Digital Image Capture of Cultural
> Heritage Project sponsored by the Mellon Foundation. Principle
> Investigators are Professors Roy Berns of the RIT Munsell Color Science
> Laboratory and Franziska Frey of RIT's School of Print Media.
> ------------
>
> For more information, please contact:
> ****************************************
> Mitchell Rosen
> Munsell Color Science Laboratory
> Chester Carlson Center for Imaging Science
> Rochester Institute of Technology
> 54 Lomb Memorial Drive
> Rochester, NY  14623-5604
>
> Phone:  585-475-7691
> FAX:    585-475-5988
> email:  rosen a cis.rit.edu
> http://www.cis.rit.edu/rosen
>
> ***************
> ________________________
> Hannah Frost
> Media Preservation Librarian
> Stanford University Libraries
> *****End of forwarded message*****
>
>
> 2. Photography courses in Dublin, Ireland, 16 and 17 September 2004
>
> _____Forward header_____
> From: Zoe Reid ZoeReid a nationalarchives.ie
> Date: 08/24/04 05:38pm
> Subject: Photography courses in Dublin, Ireland
>
> I am currently involved in helping to organise two courses in Dublin on
the
> Care of Photographic collections. One is for the Society of Archivists on
> the 16th Sept and the other is the following day for mid career
> conservators, organised by the Institute for the Conservation of Historic
> and Artistic works in Ireland [ICHAWI] on the 17th.
>
> Please find a copy of the programmes for each course below.
>
> Many thanks
> ZoŽ Reid
>
> ZoŽ Reid,
> Conservator,
> National Archives of Ireland,
> Bishop Street, Dublin 8
> Tel: 01 407 2356
> Fax: 01 407 2333
> Email: zoereid a nationalarchives.ie <mailto:zoereid a nationalarchives.ie>
> *****
>
> SOCIETY OF ARCHIVISTS, IRELAND, IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE INSTITUTE FOR THE
CONSERVATION OF HISTORIC AND ARTISTIC WORKS IN IRELAND
>
> PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS
> Chester Beatty Library, Dublin
> 16 September 2004
> Programme
>
> 9.30-9.50am             Registration
> 9.50-10.40am            Basic care of photographic collections
> Speaker: ZoŽ Reid, Conservator, National Archives of Ireland
> 10.40-11am              Tea/coffee
> 11-11.50am      History of photography and identification of types of
photographs
> Speaker: Niamh McGuinne, Head paper conservator, National Gallery of
Ireland
> 11.50am-12.50pm         Digitisation of photographs
> Speaker: Edwin Davison, Davison and Associates
> 12.50-1pm               Questions
> 1-2.15pm                Lunch
> 2.15-4.15pm     Interventions by conservators in the care of photographic
collections
> Speaker: Susie Clark, Photographic Conservator
>
> COST:                   ?30 - Society of Archivists members
>                         ?15 - Society of Archivists student members
>                         ?40 - non-members
> PLEASE NOTE: LUNCH IS NOT INCLUDED. SHOULD ATTENDEES WISH TO HAVE LUNCH IN
THE SILK ROAD CAF…, CHESTER BEATTY LIBRARY, PLEASE MENTION THIS WHEN
BOOKING.
> Please book in advance before 6th September 2004 by contacting Bernie
Deasy, Training Officer, Society of Archivists, Ireland, c/o Provincial
Archives, Society of the Sacred Heart, Mount Anville Road, Dublin 14.
> E-mail: provincialarchives a eircom.net. Tel: 01-2780610. Fax: 01-2782557.
>
> Preservation and Conservation of photographs - 16 September 2004
> Name:
> Address:
> Telephone Number:
> E-mail:
>
> ************************************
>
> THE INSTITUTE FOR THE CONSERVATION OF HISTORIC AND ARTISTIC WORKS IN
IRELAND
> CONSERVATION ISSUES WITH PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLECTIONS
> Friday
> 17th September 2004
> National Photographic Archives, Temple Bar , Dublin
>
> Courtesy of the National Library of Ireland, a one-day course
"Conservation Issues with Photographic collections" will be held on 17th
September in the National Photographic Archives, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
>
> This course, specifically for paper conservators with photographic
collections under their care will be given Susie Clarke, freelance
photographic conservator. Susie Clark trained in paper conservation at
Camberwell School of Art and Craft. She subsequently worked as conservator
for the BBC Hulton Picture Library and has been a freelance conservator
since 1990.
> The day will begin with a session identifying the different photographic
processes. The major part of the day will be given over to conservation
problems and solutions. The day will conclude with a review of relevant
preservation issues.
> The collection of the National Photographic Archive will be used as a
reference source and teaching aid.
>
> This course will be limited to [8/10] participants.
>
> Should you wish to attend, please notify ZoŽ Reid (01 4072356) and
complete the form herewith and return along with the fee ?120 (lunch not
included) made payable to "The Institute for Conservation" as soon as
possible to:
>
> The Hon. Sec.,
> ICHAWI,
> 4, Castle Street,
> Dublin 2.
>
> PROGRAMME
>
> 10.00   Registration
> 10.00   Introduction and an Overview
> 10.30   Identification of Processes
> 12.00   Conservation problems and solutions
> 13.00   Lunch
> 14.00 aar Please find a copy of the programme   Conservation problems and
solutions
> 15.00   Tea/Coffee
> 15.15   Preservation (storage, environment, housekeeping, surveys)
> 16.30   End
>
> REGISTRATION FORM
> Name:
> Address:
>
>
> Telephone:
> Fax:
>
>
> I enclose a cheque for ?
>
> Signature
>
> Date
> ************************************
> *****End of forward header*****
>
>
> European Commission on Preservation and Access (ECPA)
> P.O. Box 19121, NL-1000 GC  Amsterdam,
> visiting address: c/o KNAW, Trippenhuis, Kloveniersburgwal 29,
> NL-1011 JV  Amsterdam, The Netherlands
> tel. ++31 - 20 - 551 08 39   fax  ++31 - 20 - 620 49 41
> URL: http://www.knaw.nl/ecpa/



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