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Courses at University of Victoria

From: Lisa Mort-Putland <lmort-putland>
Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2001
Cultural Resource Management, University of Victoria is pleased to
offer the following immersion and distance education courses:

Making Museums Matter
September 13 - 15
Immersion Session

    Stephen E. Weil, one of the museum community's pre-eminent
    thinks, provides the framework for a facilitated three-day
    discussion in which you work with directors, trustees and
    colleagues who shape change in museums.

    Fee: $340 (non credit) Please register by: August 17

Memory and Narrative in the Museum
September 24 - 29
Immersion Session

    Oral histories can provide a powerful and evocative means of
    capturing and reflecting community memories and perspectives
    within the museum context. This new course focuses on the
    complex, often sensitive process of documenting historical and
    cultural memories through personal accounts and incorporating
    these narratives in curatorial and educational practice. Roberta
    Kremer, Ph.D. is the Executive Director of the Vancouver
    Holocaust Education Centre

    Fee: $560
    Please register by: August 31

Heritage Conservation Project Management
October 22 - 27
Immersion Session

    This course focuses on principles, techniques, experiences and
    resources in the management of heritage conservation projects.
    Project management theory and practice are addressed, with a
    pragmatic bias, through the discussion of case studies that
    emphasize conservation projects at the municipal level in Canada
    and abroad. Harold Kalman, Ph.D. is Principal, Commonwealth
    Historic Resource Management Limited.

    Fee: $560
    Please register by: October 1

Managing Cultural Organizations
November 5 -10
Immersion Session

    In times of significant change museums, galleries and other
    cultural institutions need a clear sense of mission, achievable
    goals, effective leadership, and thoughtful management. This
    course explores the complex forces that are re-shaping the
    cultural sector and considers the value of 'performance
    measures' as a framework for applying principles and practices
    that foster relevant and successful cultural institutions.

    Fee: $560
    Please register by: October 9

Museum Principles and Practices
September 17, 2001 - April 26, 2002
Distance Education

    This print and web based course explores the traditions of the
    museum profession along with the evolving roles and functions of
    museums in contemporary society. Course materials address the
    relationship of museums and communities, curatorship,
    collections and information management, preventative
    conservation, public programming, exhibition planning, and
    governance and management.

    Fee $630, includes tuition of $430 and a program fee of $200.
    Other charges may include: shipping fees to locations outside
    Canada or the US. $100; and texts, $63.94 plus tax. Please
    register by: August 29

Principles and Practices on Heritage Conservation
September 17, 2001 - April 26, 2002
Distance Education

    This survey of the dynamic field of heritage conservation
    provides you with an understanding of the evolution of the
    conservation movement, the ethical and legal contexts for
    conservation, and the technical and organizational foundations
    of professional practice.

    Fee $630, includes tuition of $430 and a program fee of $200.
    Other charges may include: shipping fees to locations outside
    Canada or the US. $100; and texts, $70.90 plus tax. Please
    register by: August 29

Curatorship and Community
October 9, 2001 - January 25, 2002
Distance Education

    This new distance education course examines the history,
    attitudes, knowledge and skills that underlie this shift in
    curatorial role and practice. Instructors: Carol Mayer, Ph.D.,
    is Senior Curator of the University of British Columbia Museum
    of Anthropology, and Elizabeth Kidd, M.A./ is Arts Programmer at
    the Roundhouse Community Centre in Vancouver.

    Fee $560; shipping fee of $60 outside Canada and the US. Please
    register by: September 7

Conserving Historic Structures
October 15, 2001 - February 1, 2002
Distance Education

    This innovative distance course enhances an understanding of the
    complex characteristics of heritage structures, systems and
    materials, and provides frameworks for planning appropriate
    conservation processes. To participate you must have completed
    senior level course-work in heritage conservation or have two
    years practical experience in conservation or preservation.

    Fee $560 plus $50 text fee=$610; shipping fee of $60 outside
    Canada and the US. Please register by: September 21

    Please contact us if you require further information or visit
    the web site for course outlines, information about instructors,
    and admission and registration forms at
    <URL:http://www.uvcs.uvic.ca/crmp>

Cultural Resource Management,
Division of Continuing Studies, University of Victoria
250-721-8462
Fax: 250-721-8774


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