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UKIC Ethnography Section

From: Roisin Miles <rosettadubh>
Date: Wednesday, March 31, 2004
Caught in a Compromising Position
UKIC Ethnography Section
Spring Seminar and AGM
Museum of London
April 19, 2004

Some places are still available for this meeting.  The programme
will be:

    Anne-Marie Deisser
    Freelance Conservator, Belgium
    Ethiopian movable cultural heritage: preserving the collection
    from the Medhanale Church.

    Annie Hall
    Conservator, Field Museum, Chicago
    They are putting a pipeline through my storage room?

    Theresa Heady
    Conservator, Rijksmusuem voor Volkenkunde, Lieden, The
    To clean or not to clean: The ethics of working in the field and
    dealing with indigenous objects with cultural sensitivity and
    how this can lead to ethical and professional conflicts.

    Nadine Li Lung Hok
    National Museums of Scotland
    Access, long-term object care and ethical issues involved in
    planning improved storage for National Museums of Scotland
    ethnographic collections.

    Louise Lawson
    Project Conservator, Glasgow Museums
    Working on a big scale: The Kelvingrove Project.

    Dervilla O'Dwyer
    Conservator, The Natural History Museum, London
    Surveying the Natural History Museum: long term planning versus
    immediate results--the compromise!

    Charles Stable
    Conservator, National Museums of Scotland
    Temporary Exhibition Projects and the Challenges to
    conservation: Case Study of the Conservation of a birchbark

To register, please contact

    Roisin Miles
    People's History Museum
    103 Princess Street
    Manchester M1 6DD
    rosettadubh [at] yahoo__co__uk

Non members UKP40
UKIC ES members UKP30
Student Non-members UKP20
Student members UKP15
Some student bursaries are still available

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