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Subject: Position at Juming Museum

Position at Juming Museum

From: Queenie Lin <queeniebee84<-at->
Date: Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Outdoor sculpture conservator
The Juming Museum
Taipei, Taiwan

Short term

Euro1000-2000 for one to two weeks plus airfare, accommodation and
other benefits.

The Juming Museum <URL:> is seeking a short
term metal conservator who is an expert for outdoor sculpture
conservation. The period of visiting is flexible, preferably during
the winter of 2009 or the spring of 2010.

Ju Ming is the most successful sculptor in Asiawho is born in
Taiwan. His work ranges from small carved wooden sculpture to
permanently-sited outdoor artworks. The JumingMuseumhouses mostly Ju
Mings work and other important contemporary Taiwanese artworks. The
museum is in the process of developing a RestorationCentertherefore
is looking for many technical and educational cooperation and
exchange opportunities in the future.

The successful candidate will be invited to Taipei, and will work as
a consultant and will be responsible for examination, treatment
proposals, minor treatments of Ju Mings copper sculptures (copper
and dyes) and advisory on future development of metal conservation
work at the museum. The duration of stay is negotiable.


    Professional training
    Minimum 3 years experience in sculpture conservation
    Experience in outdoor metal sculpture conservation
    English speaking, writing and communication skills
    Willingness to travel to Taiwanand interested in multi-cultural

For further information, please contact:

    Queenie Lin
    Collection and Research Dept.
    20842 No. 2
    Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
    886-2-24989940 ext. 1512
    Fax: 886-2-24988529

Interested candidates should email a letter of interest, CV and
portfolio by December 1, 2009 to

    Queenie Lin <queenie_lin<-at->jumingmuseum<.>org<.>tw>

                  Conservation DistList Instance 23:13
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Received on Tuesday, 20 October, 2009

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