Next Steps Developing and Sustaining Appropriate Skills in Conservation: Educational Strategies for Life-long Learning
|Duration:||9th -12th August 2011|
|Place:||Manila, the Philippines|
|Partners:||ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property)|
|SEAMEO-SPAFA (Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization - Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts)|
|In collaboration with:||The Getty Foundation|
|the National Museum of the Philippines|
|Aim:||The aim of the Leaders in Conservation Education of the CollAsia 2010 programme project is to bring innovation and change to the way that conservation education is practised in Southeast Asia by maximizing the potential of leading professionals in the region. Now that the current CollAsia2010 series of activities, supported by the Getty Foundation, draws to a close, the final activity is a forum to assess what has been achieved and how we can build upon those successes for the future. This is crucial because as CollAsia2010 enters its final phase, ICCROM and SEAMEO SPAFA are committed to ensuring that the programme’s results are sustainable and have a long-term positive impact beyond 2011.|
The objectives of the Forum are to:
|Participants:||Past participants from CollAsia2010 training activities are invited to attend. Other interested parties from within and outside Southeast Asia shall be informed of the event and their participation is most welcomed. The travel costs to Manila, accommodation and subsistence costs during the forum of up to 22 participants will be covered by the Getty Foundation, SEAMEO SPAFA, ICCROM, and the National Museum of the Philippines. Registration for the forum is free of charge.|
|Featured Speaker:||Professor at UMD and consultant to the World Trade Association, Patricia Marshall will speak on her efforts to model change through enterprise. She was a primary participant in the funding and leadership of several startups focused on conservation. For example, she organized the immigrant community in large cities to create eco-friendly businesses like green dry cleaners. Her most successful venture was a small business focused on carpet repair & cleaning service in New York City. Starting with a borrowed van and a Brooklyn backyard operation, the business flourished into an enterprise with 25 employees and a reputation for excellent, on-time service. They now have contracts to regularly clean the carpets of several mid-town hotels and the business continues to expand via word of mouth. Patricia will also address the opening ceremony.|
|Call for Contributions:||
SEAMEO SPAFA and ICCROM invite all former CollAsia2010 participants to submit proposals for contributing to the Forum. Participants can discuss and update the audience on the adaptation of approaches to conservation in their conservation projects or training events or other aspects of concrete experiences that the former participants consider as a direct outcome of having participated in CollAsia2010.
CollAsia2010 has covered the following topics: storage, climate change, community, built heritage, exhibition, intangible cultural heritage, textiles, traditional knowledge conservation methodologies, underwater archaeology, preventive conservation, flexible materials, and conservation of on-site objects.
Proposals should consist of an abstract of 200 words, outlining the issues to be discussed in the presentation. During the seminar 20 minutes will be allotted for each presentation. The proposals for papers should be sent to SEAMEO SPAFA not later than 20 July 2011. The abstract proposal should also be accompanied with brief bio-data information of no more than 150 words. The abstract and bio-data should be sent as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org and Kevin@seameo-spafa.org.
The proposals will be screened by SEAMEO SPAFA and ICCROM. In the selection of the presentations, special attention will be paid to the relevance of the proposal to the development of new conservation solutions for collections in different contexts and to the innovative dimension of the issues discussed.
|Format of Presentation:||
Please indicate the format of the presentation. Dimensions for photographic or poster exhibitions is that each image should be A2 landscape size. If planning a presentation using film or performance/demonstration please indicate what technical equipment will be required.
Please return the completed form to: SEAMEO SPAFA 81/1 Sri Ayutthaya Road, Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Thailand Tel: +662 2804022-9 Fax: +662 2804030 Email: email@example.com and Kevin@seameo-spafa.org.