Conservation DistList Archives [Date] [Subject] [Author] [SEARCH]

Subject: UKIC conference--addendum

UKIC conference--addendum

From: Louise Parker <louise.parker>
Date: Thursday, May 20, 2004
Conservation 2004
Working with the project culture
Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool
July 8-9, 2004

Organised by United Kingdom Institute for Conservation (UKIC)
Sponsored by English Heritage and Plowden Smith


Wednesday July 7, 2004

    1600    Registration and tea
    1900    Welcome Reception: Tate Liverpool
            Andrew Durham, Head of Conservation, National Museums,

Thursday July 8, 2004

    0830    Registration and coffee
    0945    Conference Welcome
            Chris Woods, Chairman, UKIC
    0955    Welcome to Liverpool
            David Fleming, Director, National Museums Liverpool

Session 1:
Changing Practice in a Changing World
Chair: Rob White, Principal Keeper, Conservation, Lincolnshire
    County Council Heritage Service

    1005    Keynote Lecture: "Show me the money!" Commissioning
            Conservation--an ECCO study
            Ylva Player-Dahnsjo, Chief Conservator, Conservation
            Unit, University of Dundee and President of European
            Confederation of Conservator-Restorers Organisations

    1025    Keeping it fair: Commissioning conservation at Historic
            Royal Palaces
            Sophie Julien, Historic Royal Palaces

    1050    Discussion
    1105    Coffee
    1130    Keynote Lecture: Taking the long view
            George Ferguson, President, RIBA and Director, Acanthus
            Ferguson Mann

    1150    Where did the money go? Conservation of collections in
            HLF funded projects
            Cathy Proudlove, Norfolk Museums

    1215    Access today and preservation tomorrow: resolving
            conflict through project working
            Jane Rowlands, Glasgow Museums

    1235    Discussion

    1250    Lunch

Session 2:
Unmasking Attitudes, Personalities and Politics
Chair: Simon Cane, Head of Collections Care, Birmingham Museums and
    Art Gallery

    1415    Keynote Lecture: Winds of Change: modernising the public
            sector and its impact on conservation procurement
            John Fidler, Conservation Director, English Heritage

    1435    IFACS and 40 years experience within the changing
            project culture  both in the UK and abroad
            Richard Pelter, Kiffy Stainer-Hutchins and Caroline
            Babington, International Fine Art Conservation Studios

    1500    "As others see us"--A call for conservators to be
            included in strategic planning of major projects
            Helen Hughes, English Heritage

    1525    Discussion

    1540    Tea

    1615    Expertise, gender and credibility
            Jane Henderson, Cardiff University

    1640    From back-bench to cabinet: The politics of projects and
            the role of the conservator
            Janet Berry, Centre for Sustainable Heritage, UCL

    1705    Discussion

    1730    Close of day

    1930    Conference dinner at Liverpool Town Hall
            Speaker: Ian Constantinedes, St Blaise

    Friday July 9, 2004

Session 3:
Trials, Tribulations and Triumphs
Chair: May Cassar, Director, Centre for Sustainable Heritage, UCL

    0930    Pass the parcel--archaeological archives, their creators
            and keepers
            Irit Narkiss, Wiltshire County Council Conservation

    0955    Out with the old... conservation and the clearance of
            displays and exhibitions
            Hazel Newey, Science Museum

    1020    Everyone wins at Shelburne Museum: Grant funding
            conservation in the US
            Richard Kerschner, Shelburne Museum, Vermont USA, and
            Kirsten Kruse, Science Museum (formerly Shelburne

    1045    Discussion

    1100    Coffee

    1130    SWOT at YAT (No flies on us!): Project-based
            conservation at YAT
            Julie Jones, York Archaeological Trust

    1155    Building projects in the National Trust: Developing
            conservation and conservators
            Fiona Macalister and Katy Lithgow, National Trust

    1220    Communicating conservation issues in a building project
            Siobhan Watts, Annie Lord and Fiona Philpott, National
            Museums Liverpool

    1245    Discussion

    1300    Lunch

Session 4:
Planning for a Better Future
Chair: Sarah Staniforth, Head Conservator, The National Trust

    1415    V&A and BM--a new era: Sistership and collaboration
            Birthe Christensen, British Museum and Sandra Smith,
            Victoria and Albert Museum

    1440    Planning for projects, the role of the conservator
            Jonathan Wallis, Derby Museums and Art Gallery

    1505    Planning and organising a collaborative research project
            David Howell, Historic Royal Palaces

    1530    Discussion

    1545    Tea

    1615    How to survive the project culture
            Allyson McDermott, Allyson McDermott Conservation

    1640    Great Britain: Developing, managing and implementing an
            innovative conservation design
            David Watkinson and Mark Lewis, Cardiff University and
            Matthew Tanner, Great Britain

    1705    Discussion

    1730    Close of technical sessions

Saturday July 10, 2004

    1000-1600   Optional tour of Liverpool

All enquiries should be addressed to:

    Juliet Hutchings,
    ICE Conferences,
    Institution of Civil Engineers,
    One Great George Street
    London SW1P 3AA, UK
    Fax: +44 20 7233 1743
    +44 20 7665 2318
    conservation2004 [at] ice__org__uk

Louise Parker
ICE Conferences
Institution of Civil Engineers

                  Conservation DistList Instance 17:70
                   Distributed: Sunday, May 23, 2004
                       Message Id: cdl-17-70-010
Received on Thursday, 20 May, 2004

[Search all CoOL documents]