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The Training and Education needs for the Conservation of Modern and Contemporary Art

Thursday 09 July 2009 (Categories: Education and Training in Conservation, Modern Materials and Contemporary Art)

Save the Dates, June 12-13, 2010 The Training and Education and Modern Materials and Contemporary Art working groups (WGs) of ICOM-CC will be holding a joint Interim meeting in Maastricht on June 12-13 to discuss the conservation profession’s training and education needs for modern and contemporary art. The timing of the two day combined meeting is set to follow on directly from the “Modern Art: Who Cares II” conference, which is scheduled for June 9-11 in Amsterdam. It is anticipated that a combination of keynote speakers, submitted papers, panel discussions and break-out sessions will be included in the meeting, to address key issues such as: How are the various training programs adapting to the emerging needs of modern and contemporary art conservation? Is the development of existing programs sufficient, or is a completely new approach needed? Should more focus be placed on post-programme and/or mid-career education to provide enhanced training for conservators wishing to move into this area? Should training schools work more collaboratively to offer a range of approaches and focus on different specializations? Submission of Abstracts and Papers Abstracts of no more than 500 words should be submitted to both Rene Hoppenbrouwers and Tatja Scholte no later than Monday 5th October. Papers will be considered by a committee and selected on the basis of their contribution to the training and education needs for modern and contemporary art. Authors will be informed of the committee decision by Monday 7th December and will need to submit their 1st draft by Monday 1st February. The proofs will be returned to the authors after editing by Monday 1st of March and final drafts must be completed and returned by Monday 12th April in order to be incorporated into the Pre prints Further information and details regarding hotels and local transport will be sent to delegates in January 2010 and posted on the ICOM –CC web pages of the two WGs as well as on the INCCA and DistList web sites For further information please contact: Rene Hoppenbrouwers (assistant coordinator for Training and Education WG) hoppenbrouwers@sral.nl Tatja Scholte (assistant coordinator for Modern Materials and Contemporary Art WG) Tatja.Scholte@icn.nl


 

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