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Appel à contribution de l’ICOM-CC

Call for papers: ICOM-CC Sculpture, Polychromy and Architectural Decoration

Monday, September 3, 2018 – 09:14

ICOM-CC Sculpture, Polychromy and Architectural Decoration

Call for Papers: Conserving the ephemeral: Light

9 – 10th May, 2019.

Tomar Polytechnic Institute, Tomar, Portugal

Light – a central ‘element’ throughout human’s history to and in ‘art making’, perception and appreciation ranges from the inclusion of actual light, the lighting of artworks, how a light source might interact with an artwork, the use of reflections, and using light itself as an artistic medium.

While the artist’s utilisation of light as an element contributes to the aesthetic appreciation and expression of the manifested intent and integrity of the art work, the conservator’s encounter with this ephemeral medium is traditionally restricted to the physical nature of light as electromagnetic radiation and specific ranges of the electromagnetic spectrum applied to the scientific analysis for qualitative and quantitative investigation of media and to inform preventive measures for light exposure of light sensitive media for exhibition display.

This meeting aims to focus on light as the artist’s ephemeral ‘material’ and invites abstracts for contributions that explore and examine considerations of materiality, and methods of recording, preservation and reconstruction of ‘light’ as an intrinsic element to the overall art work and how these may impact, determine and shape conventional conservation approaches and practices to works of art, such as:

–           Polychrome, gilded, decorated surfaces of sculpture (wood, stone, metal)

–           Architectural surface decorations: Interiors (historic and contemporary)

–           Contemporary sculpture and Installation Art (excluding time based media)

Abstracts should not exceed more than 500 words and state author(s) name, affiliation, and contact details for correspondence.

The abstract should also include a title and up to six keywords.

The authors are asked to indicate on the file name the last name of the main author and if the abstract is intended for an oral or a poster communication (for example SMITH_Communication or SMITH_Poster).

Please submit your 500 word abstract by the 14th October 2018 to:

icomccspadtomar2019@gmail.com

Authors will be notified of successful selection by 30th of November 2018. The contributions must be original and not published before.

Conservation des collections d’Histoire naturelle en fluides

Conservation des collections d’Histoire naturelle en fluides : retours d’expériences et perspectives – date de limite de soumission : 1er juillet 2018
Des journées de rencontres autour de la conservation des collections d’Histoire naturelle en fluide se tiendront à Paris du 5 au 7 décembre prochain. Organisées par le Centre de Recherche sur la Conservation, sous la tutelle du Ministère de la Culture, du CNRS, et du Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, elle se dérouleront dans la Grande Galerie de l’Évolution du Muséum (Jardin des Plantes, Paris).
Ces journées ambitionnent de réunir les acteurs français et européens impliqués dans la conservation des collections en fluide. Le partage d’expériences doit permettre l’établissement d’un inventaire des problèmes de dégradations qui menacent ces collections précieuses et un échange sur les solutions possibles expérimentées dans différents contextes. La première demi-journée sera consacrée à un workshop, animé par Dirk Neumann (Bavarian State Collection of Zoology, Munich, Allemagne) et Julian Carter (Wales Museum, Cardiff, Royaume-Uni) sur les bonnes pratiques et les solutions techniques pour préserver les collections. Les Journées de Rencontres « Conservation des collections d’Histoire naturelle en fluides » qui se tiendront du 5 au 7 décembre 2018, à la Grande Galerie de l’Evolution (Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Jardin des Plantes).L’inscription est gratuite mais obligatoire, dans la limite des places disponibles. Les communications seront faites en anglais ou en français, avec une traduction simultanée.Nous attendons vos contributions sur ces sujets et avons hâte de vous accueillir à Paris en décembre !

Le comité d’organisation est composé de :

Sophie Cersoy, Véronique Rouchon, Marc Herbin, Jacques Cuisin, Patrice Pruvost, Dirk Neumann et Julian Carter.

Deux thématiques sont proposées dans cet appel à communication :

  • Thématique n° 1 – Passé, présent et futur des collections : les participants sont ici invités à faire une description des collections dans lesquelles ils sont impliqués.
  • Thématique n° 2 – Les incontournables questions (ennuis, désagréments, contrariétés, difficultés) liées aux collections en fluide : les participants sont ici invités à faire part des difficultés rencontrées et questionnements liés aux collections en fluide.

Appel à communication ICAR

Call for abstracts: ICAR Journal for young conservators

Thursday, March 15, 2018 – 14:18

ICAR : International Journal of Young Conservators and Restorers of Works of Art

Editor-in-Chief – Anna Kowalik, MA

Faculty of Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw

Publisher: Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw

We would like to inform you about the recruitment of abstracts to the third issue of “ICAR The International Journal of Young Conservators and Restorers of Works of Art”. It was founded at and is supported by the Faculty of Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Poland.

The international scientific Journal „ICAR” is dedicated to students and recent graduates of conservation and restoration of works of art and related disciplines from universities and conservation schools. „ICAR” is the answer to a desire to publish academic research in professional journals, indicated numerous times by students and emerging conservators and restorers. We hope that it will become a platform for exchange of thoughts, learning and development for emerging scientists – conservators and restorers of works of art.

We invite all students and young graduates to submit abstracts of their papers.

The Call for Papers for the third issue of the Journal is open from 19th of  February to 31st of March 2018.

We take greatest care of the quality of published papers. They are carefully selected by the Scientific Committee. Our journal is peer-reviewed. We cooperate with a number of reviewers from Poland and other countries. Positive opinions from reviewers (who are the specialists within their field of profession – conservation and restoration and other connected fields) is the base for qualifying materials for printing. „ICAR” is an international journal, and thus the papers are published in English.

Submit an abstract via https://submission.icarthejournal.org/

On the ICAR’s website www.icarthejournal.org in the tabs “for the authors” you will find full Editorial Guidelines and additional notes on how to prepare an abstract and a research paper.

If you have any questions please email them to:office@icarthejournal.org

ICOM-CC Metals Working Group Call for Papers

The ICOM-CC Metals Working Group and the Haute Ecole Arc Conservation-restauration Neuchâtel are pleased to announce the call for papers for the 9th Interim Meeting of the Metals Working Group.  This is the first time that the conference will take place in Switzerland and will be hosted by a University featuring a preeminent conservation-training program.

The conference will consider topics including:
Conservation treatment
● Archaeological and historical metal objects
● Modern metals
● Sculpture, public art and monuments
● Architectural metals
● Military heritage
● Industrial and technical cultural heritage
● Composite artefacts
● Preventive conservation and management of collections

Research studies in metal conservation
● Study of traditional methods of metal crafts including the history of techniques
● Advances in metal analysis and corrosion characterization
● Deterioration and conservation of modern metals
● Monitoring techniques for indoor metal collections (showcases, galleries and
buildings)
● Risk management analysis
● Progress in conservation methods (e.g. stabilization techniques, cleaning, etc.)
● Documentation and monitoring in metal conservation (e.g. 3D digitization,
modelling, etc.)
● New approaches to metal protection such as coatings and corrosion inhibitors

All aspects of the conservation, study and research of metallic cultural heritage are welcome and papers may explore other topics.
The program for Metal 2019 will feature a dedicated Young Conservation Professionals session. Students and recent graduates (not more than 3 years from the end of the studies) are invited to submit abstracts for this session. If selected their contribution will be published in the proceedings as short papers.

Submission Details
Please submit abstracts of 600 words or less for consideration. The work must be original and not previously published. Include the title, author’s name(s), professional title(s), affiliation(s), email address(es) and a biography of no more than 300 words. In the case of multiple authors please list all authors, professional titles, affiliations and include an email address for each author, indicating the corresponding author.
For submissions to the Young Conservation Professionals session, please indicate that you are submitting a paper to this session by including the letters YCP before the title of your abstract. For example, “YCP Conservation of Aluminum Trojan Horses”.
Deadline for submissions: March 31, 2018
Due to the success and popularity of the Paper-flow online submissions platform used for the first time for Metal 2016, we are using the same system for abstract and paper submissions for Metal 2019 (https://metal2019.paper-flow.com/). The platform will be live and ready to accept your abstract from February 1, 2018.
For further information, please see the conference website www.metal2019.org or email us at admin.metal2019@paper-flow.com
Call for Posters: Coming in June 2018 !

Christian Degrigny, Laura Brambilla and Edith Joseph, Metal 2019 Steering Committee
Claudia Chemello, Coordinator, ICOM-CC Metals Working Group

Le Groupe de travail de l’ICOM-CC / métaux, avec la Haute Ecole ARC conservation-restauration de Neuchâtel, a le plaisir d’annoncer l’appel à communications pour sa 9 e réunion intermédiaire.
C’est la première fois que cette assemblée  se tiendra en Suisse et sera accueillie par un établissement d’enseignement supérieur  doté d’un programme de formation en conservation-restauration.
La conférence examinera les thèmes suivants :
Traitement de la conservation
● Objets métalliques archéologiques et historiques
● Métaux modernes
● Sculpture, art public et monuments
● métaux architecturaux
● Patrimoine militaire
● Patrimoine culturel industriel et technique
● objets composites
● Conservation préventive et gestion des collections

Études de recherche dans le domaine de la conservation des métaux
● étude des méthodes traditionnelles d’artisanat des métaux, y compris l’histoire des techniques
● Progrès dans l’analyse des métaux et la caractérisation de la corrosion
● Détérioration et conservation-restauration  des métaux modernes
● Techniques de surveillance pour les collections de métaux intérieurs (vitrines, galeries et
Bâtiments)
● Analyse de la gestion des risques
● Progrès dans les méthodes de conservation (par exemple, techniques de stabilisation, nettoyage, etc.). )
● Documentation et surveillance de la conservation-restauration des métaux (par exemple, numérisation 3 d, Modélisation, etc. )
● nouvelles approches de la protection des métaux tels que les revêtements et  inhibiteurs de la corrosion

Tous les aspects de la conservation-restauration, de l’étude et de la recherche du patrimoine culturel métallique sont les bienvenus et les documents peuvent explorer d’autres sujets.
Le programme de Metal 2019 prévoira une session consacrée aux professionnels de la conservation-restauration. Les étudiants et les fraîchement diplômés  (pas plus de 3 ans depuis de la fin des études) sont invités à soumettre des résumés pour cette session. Si ceux-ci sont retenus, leur contribution sera publiée de manière concise dans l’annonce de programme.

Appel pour un colloque au MUCEM en prévision

Atelier(s) d’artiste(s), 4-5 octobre 2018, Marseille : Appel à communications

    Atelier(s) d’artiste(s)

Lieux et processus de production
Matériaux pauvres – Matériaux nobles

Marseille, MUCEM
4-5 octobre 2018

Porter son attention sur ces Atelier(s) d’artiste(s) que sont les lieux, les processus de production, les matériaux employés et les savoir-faire mis en œuvre …

Des pistes multiples que  la SFIIC se propose d’explorer de manière pluridisciplinaire en partenariat avec le MUCEM et le CICRP.

Deux thématiques seront abordées :

  • Lieux et processus de production aussi divers que l’espace public, l’atelier d’artiste ou d’artisans, les manufactures…, et les enjeux pour leur conservation…..
  • Matériaux nobles – matériaux pauvres : L’« atelier », où l’on perfectionne des matériaux et où s’affirment des savoir-faire

Un appel à communications est lancé sur la thématique
Matériaux nobles – matériaux pauvres.

Les propositions sont à adresser à contact@sfiic.com pour le 7 janvier 2018 au plus tard et seront examinées par un Comité scientifique.

  • Modalités de l’ appel [ ICI ]

Acting in Contemporary Art Conservation

Call for Papers: SBMK Summit 2018

The Dutch Foundation for the Conservation of Contemporary Art (SBMK) has announced an international event to take place on the 15th and 16th of November 2018 in the Netherlands: the SBMK summit on (inter)national collaboration ‘Acting in Contemporary Art Conservation’. SBMK invites scholars, researchers, artists and educators to submit papers for this international symposium.

The aim is to create a lively event to meet peers, to share experiences and current research, and to get inspired to initiate new projects and collaborations. Several timely topics have been selected for this symposium and applicants are invited to present a proposal that either fits these topics or to suggest an additional theme, as the programme is open to include one more. The themes selected are: decision making, artist participation and oral history in conservation.

The SBMK summit is being organised in collaboration with the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands and the University of Amsterdam.

Deadline of the Call for Papers: 31 December 2017.

Published by  Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture Copyright UvA 2017

Appel à publication / Call for paper

Nous relayons ici l’appel à publication lancé par Hanna Hölling, notre collègue membre de l'[URI-cr].

Object – Event – Performance: Art, Materiality, and Continuity since the 1960s
2018 CAA | College Art Association, Los Angeles, Feb 21-24, 2018 – call for papers
In the 1960s, the art world and its objects began to experience a dramatic shift in what and how art can be. New modes of artistic expression articulated through Fluxus activities, happening, performance, video, experimental film and the emerging practices of media art questioned the idea of a static object that endures unchanged and might thus be subject to a singular interpretation. Different from traditional visual arts, the blending genres and media in art since the 1960s began to transform not only curatorial and museum collecting practices, but also the traditional function and mandate of conservation, now augmented to accept the inherent dynamism and changeability of artworks.

How do these artworks endure over time despite their material and conceptual changes? How do their identities unfold contingent on ruling knowledge, values, politics, and culture? Forging an examination of the physical and immaterial aspects of artworks at the intersection of art history and theory, material culture studies, and conservation, our session proposes to interrogate artworks that evade physical stability and fixity familiar from traditional works often conceived in a singular medium and meant to last “forever.” Intrinsically changeable and often short-duration, these artworks challenge art, conservation, and museological discourses. Not only do they test the standard assumptions of what, how and when an artwork is or can be, but they also put forward the notion of materiality in constant flux that plays a significant role in the creation and mediation of meaning.

[Send applications to:] Chair: Hanna B. Hölling, University College London, h.holling@ucl.ac.uk

The deadline for submissions is August 14, 2017. Please consult general guidelines for participants listed in the 2018 CAA Call for Participation (accessible here). A downloadable CFP for this session is available here.

(submitted by Hanna Hölling)

Appel à publications pour EGG – CerOArt

(Version Française)

EGG – 2016-2017

Le hors-série EGG (European Graduate Generation in conservation-restoration), publiera début d’hiver 2017  les premiers articles de jeunes diplômés des années 2016 et 2017. Ceux-ci peuvent porter indistinctement sur des études de cas, des recherches ou des réalisations pratiques dans le cadre de jurys et mémoires ou thèse de doctorat, pour autant qu’elles aient été présentées avec succès au sein des différentes formations.

Par la poursuite de ce projet, nous voulons réaffirmer l’importance, pour de jeunes conservateurs-restaurateurs, de partager leurs recherches et travaux sous forme de publication scientifique. En effet, la somme de savoirs accumulée dans la « littérature grise » (non publiée) des dossiers d’intervention, mémoires de fin d’études et thèses doctorales est phénoménale. La divulgation des résultats stimule les recherches, et leur complémentarité peut déboucher sur des projets communs au niveau européen. L’initiative donne, en outre, une meilleure visibilité aux différentes formations au sein des Hautes Écoles et Universités.

Modalités

Chaque étudiant ou diplômé désireux de soumettre un article doit préalablement contacter, au sein de l’établissement où il étudie, un enseignant faisant office de personne de référence et qui sera son intermédiaire vis-à-vis de CeROArt. La personne de contact est chargée du suivi de l’article scientifique (de l’élaboration à sa version finale), et veille à sa conformité par rapport à la charte éditoriale ;  elle est à même de procéder à la relecture d’un article émanant d’une autre institution; enfin elle vérifie les informations relatives à la formation et à l’École ou Université qu’elle représente, et qui seront publiées.

Les textes peuvent être soumis en français, en anglais, ou dans les deux langues. Les textes en anglais doivent impérativement relus par un native English speaker. CeROArt n’assume pas les traductions.

Site et Charte éditoriale la revue

Calendrier

Envoi des articles avant le 1 novembre 2017. Ceux-ci pour être pris en compte doivent respecter la charte éditoriale et être vérifiés (cf check list).

Information complémentaire: muriel.verbeeck(at)ceroart.org

 English version

EGG – 2016-2017

In winter 2017, special issue EGG (European Graduate Generation in conservation-restoration), will publish the first articles by young graduates (2016 and 2017). These may be case studies, research or dissertations, provided that they have been successfully presented in the various trainings.

By this project, we wish to reaffirm the importance, for young conservators-restorers, of sharing their research and work in scientific form. There is in fact an exceptional amount of knowledge accumulated in the (unpublished) “grey literature” of intervention files, end-of-study dissertations and doctoral theses. The dissemination of the results stimulates research and their complementarity can lead to joint projects. In addition, the initiative gives greater visibility to the different types of training within Colleges of Arts and Universities.

Modalities

Each student or graduate wishing to submit an article must make prior contact with a teacher in the establishment in which he is studying, who will act as a reference person and be his intermediary with regard to CeROArt. The contact person is responsible for supervising the scientific article (from drafting to final version), and ensures that it complies with the editorial charter; this person is also able to proofread an article from a different institution; finally, he checks the information to be published regarding training and the College of Arts or University he represents.

Texts may be submitted in French, in English or in both languages. Texts in English must be proofread by a native English speaker. CeROArt will not provide translations.

Website: http://ceroart.revues.org/ (for English version, click on the upper right button)

Publishing Policy: http://ceroart.revues.org/index87.html

Check list: https://ceroart.revues.org/5198?file=1

Schedule

Papers’ submission: before November 1st 2017.

Additional information : muriel.verbeeck(at)ceroart.org

Call for participation

CAA 106 th Annual Conference

Los Angeles, February, 21 – 24, 2018

Object – Event – Performance
Art, Materiality, and Continuity since the 1960s
[Send applications to:]

Chair: Hanna B. Hölling, University College London, h.holling@ucl.ac.uk

In the 1960s, the art world and its objects began to experience a dramatic shift in what and how art can be. New modes of artistic
expression articulated through Fluxus activities, happening, performance, video, experimental film and the emerging practices of media art questioned the idea of a static object that endures unchanged and might thus be subject to a singular interpretation. Different from traditional visual arts, the blending genres and media in art since the 1960s began to transform not only curatorial and museum collecting practices, but also the traditional function and mandate of conservation, now augmented to accept the inherent dynamism and changeability of artworks.
How do these artworks endure over time despite their material and conceptual changes? How do their identities unfold contingent on ruling knowledge, values, politics, and culture? Forging an examination of the physical and immaterial aspects of artworks at the intersection of art history and theory, material culture studies, and conservation, our session proposes to interrogate artworks that evade physical stability and fixity familiar from traditional works often conceived in a singular medium and meant to last “forever.”
Intrinsically changeable and often short-duration, these artworks challenge art, conservation, and museological discourses. Not only do they test the standard assumptions of what, how and when an artwork is or can be, but they also put forward the notion of materiality in constant flux that plays a significant role in the creation and mediation of meaning.
The deadline for submissions is August 14, 2017. Please consult general guidelines for participants listed in the 2018 CAA Call for
Participation (accessible here). Selected contributions might be considered for publication.

Pour lire le programme complet, voir ICI

What is authentic about restoration?

Call for papers

  » What is authentic about restoration ? «  for an upcoming issue of Aesthetic Investigations focused on the philosophical implications of preservation, restoration, and conservation, as it applies to art or architecture. Editors Remei Capdevila and Sue Spaid welcome submissions from aestheticians, environmental philosophers, moral philosophers, cognitive philosophers, art conservators, architects, artists, architectural historians, art historians, etc.
Your previously unpublished paper cannot exceed 7500 words (including embedded footnotes) and must be: written in English, prepared for blind review, follow Aesthetic Investigations guidelines, and uploaded directly to the journal’s site. We especially welcome papers from writers whose native tongue is not English.
Many seem to agree that restoration generally means « restoring to normal use, » not original conditions. Where does that leave the « authenticity » or traceability of the artist’s achievements? We welcome aesthetic and philosophical discussions of the law and criteria in use in practice in the restoration of objects of value.
Papers may address/assess any of the following issues:
1)         Conserving to the photograph; photography’s role in guiding approaches, influencing outcomes, and measuring success, or alternative measuring sticks to photography.
2)         Are renovated buildings and conserved artworks co-authored?
3)         What are the boundaries of authenticity? What needs to be left of the « original » for it to be considered an original work? Are works perceived as poorly or improperly conserved works effectively « new » works by different artists?
4)         How do preservationist approaches, which discourage interventions, challenge intentionalist positions?
5)         Does aesthetics treat conservation as a fact of the matter or a controversial inconvenience?
6)         Is conservation a matter of appearance or does it have ontological considerations?
7)         What are the ethical aspects to be considered when restoring or preserving?
8)         How do preservationist practices challenge established notions of authenticity?
 We offer authors the possibility to submit a long abstract of around 1000 words consisting of a detailed outline of the paper and which should include the paper’s structure as well as its main claims, ideas, and arguments.
Submission deadline: June 30, 2017
 
Please contact the editors for any questions:
Remei Capdevila  remeicw@alum.mit.edu
Sue Spaid articles@aestheticinvestigations.eu

CALL FOR PAPERS

6th interdisciplinary ALMA conference « Painting as a story »

31 MAY– 3 JUNE
Wednesday, May 31, 2017 – 12:00 to Saturday, June 3, 2017 – 12:00
Brno, Czech Republic
Brno, Czech Republic

Methodological novelties to the fine arts’ research with the accent on the role of time depending processes affecting the object‘s identity and state of preservation.

Conference topics:

  • Degradation phenomena (from chemical mechanisms to impacts on artwork’s aesthetic value and identity)
  • Unclear history (consistency and controversy of historical and analytical facts and comparative studies)
  • Unclear future (recent experience with conservation of modern and contemporary art)

6th interdisciplinary ALMA conference focused on research, technology, history and conservation/restoration of paintings. The conference is going to be held in historical premises of the Augustinian Abbey, Mendel Square, Brno, on May 31 – June 3 2017. The usual date of the conference was postponed from the traditional November of an even year to spring of an odd year to achieve regular annual periodicity with a conference held in Krakow, Poland with a similar specialization. The tandem of these two conferences will create a united discussion platform for the field of interdisciplinary research of the fine arts in the Central European region. Therefore, in the programme committee of the ALMA conference 2017 there are not only Czech members, but also members from Slovakia, Austria, Germany and Poland. For the first time the conference is organized not only by establishing institutions of ALMA laboratory, i. e. Academy of Fine Arts in Prague and Institute of Inorganic Chemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences, v.v.i., but also Moravian Gallery in Brno, Masaryk University Brno, and two partner institutions from Slovakia – Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava and Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava. Because of the Czech-Slovak format of the organizing committee, it was decided to held the conference in Brno for the first time. The conference is going to be held under the patronage of the Rector of Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, MgA. Tomáš Vaněk, and the Rector of Masaryk University Brno, doc. PhDr. Mikuláš Bek, Ph.D. The conference is intended for researchers from the fields of natural and material sciences, humanities, restoration and conservation and arts, interested in current scientific knowledge on the topic and its possible use in practice.

The topic of the conference is “Painting as a story” where the need of the interdisciplinary approach can be seen in any potential context. Also a crystallographic workshop focused on authentication of artworks and the provenience analysis organized by International Union of Crystallography becomes a regular part of the tandem of Central European conferences.

The ALMA conference 2017 registration is now open and accessible on the website: https://www.alma-lab.cz/eng/informations-and-registration. It is possible to submit oral or poster presentations. Main conference language is English, a limited number of presentations can also be in Czech or Slovak.

Presenting students can ask for a financial support. Conference proceedings “Acta Artis Academica” is included in the international ISI Proceedings database (Web of Science). Important information can be found in the invitation (attached below).

Invited speakers

  • Katrien Keune / University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Koen Janssens / University of Antwerpen, Antwerpen, Belgium
  • Luciano Pensabene / Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy
  • Giovanni Cavallo / Scuola universitaria professionale della Svizzera italiana, Canobbio, Switzerland
  • Gilberto Artioli / University of Padova, Padova, Italy (CrysAC IUCr)
  • Costanza Miliani / University of Perugia, Perugia, Italy
  • Jiří T. Kotalík / Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic

Call for abstracts and registration opening: 7 November 2016

Abstract submission: 28 February 2017

Submission for financial support (for presenting students): 28 February 2017

Decision of acceptance: 20 March 2017

Early-bird registration: 30 April 2017

Date of the conference: 31 May – 3 June 2017

Questions regarding registration can be sent to a contact e-mail address: alma2017@alma-lab.cz.

European Graduate Generation in conservation-restoration

EGG – 2016-2017

EGG-2014 (European Graduate Generation in conservation-restoration), publiera à l’automne 2017  les premiers articles de jeunes diplômés des années 2016-2017. Ceux-ci peuvent porter indistinctement sur des études de cas, des recherches ou des réalisations pratiques dans le cadre de jurys et mémoires ou thèse de doctorat, pour autant qu’elles aient été présentées avec succès au sein des différentes écoles européennes.

Par la poursuite de ce projet, nous voulons réaffirmer l’importance, pour de jeunes conservateurs-restaurateurs, de partager leurs recherches et travaux sous forme de publication scientifique. En effet, la somme de savoirs accumulée dans la « littérature grise » (non publiée) des dossiers d’intervention, mémoires de fin d’études et thèses doctorales est phénoménale. La divulgation des résultats stimule les recherches, et leur complémentarité peut déboucher sur des projets communs au niveau européen. L’initiative donne, en outre, une meilleure visibilité aux différentes formations au sein des Hautes Écoles et Universités.

Modalités

Chaque étudiant ou diplômé désireux de soumettre un article doit préalablement contacter, au sein de l’établissement où il étudie, un enseignant faisant office de personne de référence et qui sera son intermédiaire vis-à-vis de CeROArt. La personne de contact est chargée du suivi de l’article scientifique (de l’élaboration à sa version finale), et veille à sa conformité par rapport à la charte éditoriale ;  elle est à même de procéder à la relecture d’un article émanant d’une autre institution; enfin elle vérifie les informations relatives à la formation et à l’École ou Université qu’elle représente, et qui seront publiées.

Les textes peuvent être soumis en français, en anglais, ou dans les deux langues. Les textes en anglais doivent impérativement relus par un native english speaker. CeROArt n’assume pas les traductions.

Le site de la revue : http://ceroart.revues.org/

La charte éditoriale de la revue : http://ceroart.revues.org/index87.html

Calendrier

Au plus tard le 30 octobre 2016 pour les diplômés 2016: envoi des sujets, des titres et des résumés/abstracts et mots-clés ainsi que d’une brève + référence et nom du référent (fiche modèle téléchargeable dès le 1e juillet 2016). Envoi des articles avant le 15 décembre 2016.

Au plus tard le 1 juin 2017 pour les diplômés 2017: envoi des sujets, des titres et des résumés/abstracts et mots-clés ainsi + référence et nom du référent (fiche modèle téléchargeable dès le 1e juillet 2016). Envoi des articles avant le 1 octobre 2017.

Information complémentaire: muriel.verbeeck(at)ceroart.org

Appel à contributions

Evolution de la conservation préventive en France – 8 et 9 juin 2017 – Pierrefitte

L’Association des Préventeurs Universitaires (APrévU) existe depuis le début de l’année et  vient de mettre en ligne un site internet :https://aprevu.com

Elle lance un appel à contributions pour la conférence, qui aura lieu les 8 et 9 juin 2017 aux Archives Nationales à Pierrefitte.

Date limite : résumés pour le 15 juillet 2016 au plus tard : https://aprevu.com/2016/06/11/appel-a-contribution

Appel à contributions

La Revue MONUMENTAL 2017-1 – Conservation /restauration des monuments historiques et innovations technologiques [immeubles et objets mobiliers]

Objectif : faire un point, de façon transversale, sur l’ensemble des nouveaux processus et outils mis au point ces dernières années dans le domaine de la restauration des monuments historiques [meubles et immeubles].

Vous êtes invités à faire parvenir vos propositions avant le 1er juillet 2016 à la rédaction de la revue MONUMENTAL

Plus de détails   ici  

Ecole Supérieure d'Art d'Avignon [ ESAA-cr ], Département de conservation-restauration