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Workshop „Preventive Conservation – Research and Best-Practices in Leibniz Research Museums“

An event held by the Aktionsplan Leibniz Research Museums

18./19. Juni 2018
„Haus der Leibniz Gemeinschaft“, Chausseestraße 111, 10115 Berlin

Workshop „Preventive Conservation – Research and Best-Practices in Leibniz Research Museums“

Maintenance and protection of their institute‘s collection of artefacts, specimens and objects is pivotal to Leibniz Research Museums. Within these eight institutions, conservation scientists, restorers, preparators, and other collection professionals have formed a network centered around the preservation of the millions of objects that are assembled under their roofs. In this workshop, members of the network will present current projects that highlight the various approaches towards maintaining the integrity of collection objects, ranging from medieval ships, archeological artefacts, technical heritage from different branches to skins and other objects of natural history. This is complemented by a public panel discussion incorporating different angles of the preservation of our cultural heritage. The event is supported by the Aktionsplan Leibniz-Forschungsmuseen.

Registration (free of charge): info.cec(at)mfn.berlin

Programme June 18, 2018

12:00 Registration at „Haus der Leibniz Gemeinschaft“, Chausseestraße 111, 10115 Berlin

13:00 Welcome and Introduction

13:30 Object Handling and Presentation
• Artefacts on the Move: How to Empty out Old Storage Areas, Ulrike Lehnert, Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, Mainz
• Logistics of a Big Move – Relocation of a Large Technical Collection, Tatjana Kessler, Deutsches Museum, Munich
• Minimizing Impact – Disaster Preparedness in Collections, Peter Giere, Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin
• Quality in Museum Lighting, Frank Heydecke, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg
• New Showcases – no more Problems? Annika Dix, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg

15:10 Coffee

15:40 Long Term Challenges
• Challenges of a Daylight Museum for Preventive Conservation, Amandine Colson, Deutsches Schi fahrtsmuseum, Bremerhaven
• Keeping Rust at Bay: Corrosion Protection for Technical Heritage, Stefan Brüggerho , Deutsches Bergbau-Museum,
Bochum
• Uncover the Invisible - What do We Know about Deterioration Processes in Mammal Skins and Hides? Christiane Quaisser
et al., Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin
• VIRMISCO – The Virtual Microscope Slide Collection – and the Challenge of Digitisation of Three-Dimensional Microscopic
Objects, Peter Decker et al., Senckenberg Museum für Naturkunde, Görlitz

17:00 Discussion

18:00 Museum für Naturkunde: tours behind the scenes (optional)

19:00 Panel Discussion at Museum für Naturkunde, Invalidenstraße 43, 10115 Berlin
Tut-ankh-Amon, Space Suit and Archaeopteryx– How to Preserve Our Cultural Heritage? A talk about challenges and
perspectives.Tba

Programme June 19, 2018

8:30 Registration at „Haus der Leibniz Gemeinschaft“, Chausseestraße 111, 10115 Berlin

9:00 Modern Materials and Methods
• 3D Technologies for Monitoring of Deformation Processes, Amandine Colson, Deutsches Schi fahrtsmuseum, Bremerhaven
• Strategies for Preserving Plastic Artifacts at the Deutsches Museum, Marisa Pamplona, Deutsches Museum, Munich
• Preservation of Animal Samples for DNA Analysis Biobank, Jonas Astrin, Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig, Bonn

10:00 Coffee

10:30 Closing Discussion, Christiane Quaisser, Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin / Stefan Brüggerho, Deutsches Bergbau-Museum, Bochum

11:00 Museum für Naturkunde: tours behind the scenes (optional)

Veröffentlicht am 25.04.2018