transmis par la FFCR :
Merci à Céline BONNOT-DICONNE, CR, qui nous a transmis cette information :
voici l'appel à communication pour la prochaine réunion intermédiaire du groupe cuir de l'ICOM.
Elle aura lieu à Rome du 23 au 25 mars 2010 et réunira plusieurs autres groupes de travail : textile, bois et mobilier, scuplture/polychromie, peinture mural et pierre.
Le thème est : La conservation pluridisciplinaire, une vision d'ensemble des intérieurs historiques
(Multidisciplinary conservation : a holistic view for historic interiors).
Merci de diffuser largement cet appel à communication
pièce jointe :
Have you worked on an interesting case in a castle or an historic house?
Did you contribute together with other conservators from different disciplines on a bigger project?
Would you like to inform the field about interesting interdisciplinary research taking place?
If yes, than this is a call for papers for you! Please, send us a 500-words abstract!
Call for papers
Multidisciplinary Conservation: a Holistic View for Historic Interiors
Interim Meeting of Five ICOM-CC Working Groups
Wood, Furniture, and Lacquer
Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
Mural Paintings, Stones, and Rock Art
Leather and Related materials
in collaboration with
Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione e il Restauro (Rome),
Complesso Monumentale di San Michele a Ripa , sala dello Stenditoio
23 – 25 March, 2010
Multidisciplinary approach to the conservation of historic interiors will be the subject of the ICOM-CC Joint Interim Meeting at the Complesso del San Michele - headquarters of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities - Rome, March 23-25, 2010. Five ICOM-CC Working Groups will gather together to discuss and elucidate problems related to the historic, environmental, ethical and technical aspects that may arise at the conservation/restoration of artefacts which, while differing in techniques and materials, form as a whole a unique context of the heritage interior.
Contributions should focus on specific projects providing guidelines for preventive conservation and methodology of treatments as well as on theoretical issues, conservation techniques and research with the aim of evaluating the state of the art on this issue.
The official language of the conference will be English.
We invite the submissions of paper/poster proposals by all conservators, conservation scientists, curators and art historians in the field independent of their ICOM-CC membership status. All submitted proposals will be reviewed by the program committee consisting of the Coordinator and Assistant Coordinators of the individual ICOM-CC Working Groups. Abstracts will be selected on the following criteria: adherence to the theme of the meeting, interdisciplinary work, originality and value of contents. Preference to the ICOM-CC working group members will be granted on the basis of similar scientific value of the abstracts.
Proceedings of the presentations will be published on the ICOM-CC web-site immediately after the Interim Meeting. Authors will be required to submit full papers at the time of the conference at the latest.
Please send an abstract for the paper/poster via e-mail to the relevant coordinator of the ICOM-CC WG by September 30, 2009. Abstracts of no more than 500 words should include also the title, authors’ names, profession, ICOM registration number, and address of the corresponding author including the e-mail. Successful authors will be notified by October 30, 2009.
• Wood, Furniture, and Lacquer
Dr Malgorzata (Margaret) Sawicki
Dr Elsje Janssen
• Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
• Mural Paintings, Stones, and Rock Art
• Leather and Related Materials