In a difficult time for museums, ICOM remains a point of support for museum professionals and is proud to announce the launch of a new series of webinars: four online seminars that will provide a space for reflection and discussion on relevant current topics for the museum sector.
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The Challenges of Museum Collections Today: Call for ICOM-ITC grants
ICOM, ICOM China and the Palace Museum award full and partial grants to attend the upcoming workshop of the ICOM International Training Centre for Museum Studies (ICOM-ITC), which will be held in Beijing, China, from 10 to 18 April 2019.
LANÇADA A CONVOCATÓRIA DAS BOLSAS IBERMUSEUS DE CAPACITAÇÃO 2017
O Programa Ibermuseus apresenta a convocatória das Bolsas Ibermuseus de Capacitação 2017.
Com esta ação, o Programa pretende promover a qualificação profissional das equipes de museus, além de estimular a circulação do conhecimento e facilitar o intercâmbio de conteúdos, experiências, práticas e conceitos entre os países da Comunidade Ibero-americana.
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MUSEUM BOOT CAMP: Surviving and Thriving within a University
Jill Hartz, University of Oregon, USA
This workshop is directed to museum professionals (particularly higher education museum professionals).
Participants will be introduced to the importance of aligning the museum/collection’s mission with the university (parent institution) mission; to evaluate the museum/collection’s educational role within the university structure; to apply basic theoretical and methodological skills to the development of a strategic plan, policies, and procedures; and to obtain a working knowledge of mission-driven strategic planning and implementation.
Workshop Participation Fee (includes morning coffee and tea service, light lunch, and workshop materials):
– Regular: 60 EUR
– UMAC members: 50 EUR
Payment by bank transfer — see details in registration form.
Barbara Rothermel, UMAC Vice-President, email@example.com
Jill Hartz has served as executive director of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon, Eugene, since August 2008. She was director of the University of Virginia Art Museum in Charlottesville from 1997 to 2008 and previously worked in various capacities at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University as well as in the publishing field. She has organized numerous exhibitions, primarily in the contemporary art field, and is the editor of five books, including Rick Bartow: Things We Know But Cannot Explain (co-edited with Danielle Knapp, 2015) and Hindsight-Fore-Site: Art for the New Millennium (University of Virginia Press, 2003). Knapp and Hartz co-curated the Bartow traveling exhibition of the same name. Ms. Hartz is currently president of the national Association of Academic Museums and Galleries and a reviewer for professional museum programs, including accreditation. She received her MA with Honors in English Language and Literature from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland in 1973 and pursued undergraduate studies at Oberlin College in Ohio.