Pensum/læringskrav

Day 1

Introduction to Course/Conservation Surveys and Audits

Keene, S. 1996: Managing Conservation in Museums, Ch. 8 and 9 pp. 112-171. Butterworth Heinemann and The National Museum of Science & Industry Science Museum, Oxford.

Walker, K. and Louise Bacon 1987: A Condition of Specimens in the Horniman Museum: a Progress Report. In Recent Advances in the Conservation and Analysis of Artifacts edited by Black, J. pp. 337-339, Summer School Press for University of London, Institute of Archaeology, London.

Museums and Galleries Commission 1992: Standards in the Museum Care of Archaeological Objects, Ch. 9-15 pp. 33-59. The Commission, London. Tilgjengelig på internett, se link i Fronter.

Day 2

External Influences on the Museum Climate/Environmental Monitoring and Statistical Analysis

Rowntree, D. 1981: Statistics without tears. An introduction for non-mathematicians, pp. 9-101. Penguin, Harmondsworth.DENNE BOKEN MÅ STUDENTENE KJØPE SELV.

Cassar, M. 1997: Environmental Management. Guidelines for Museums and Galleries, Ch. 2-5 pp. 14-74. Routledge & Routledge, London and New York.

Subject 1

Chemical Damage

Tétreault, J. 2004: Airborne Pollutants in Museums, Galleries, and Archives: Risk Assessment, Control Strategies, and Preservation Management, pp. 7-37 and pp. 77-89. Canadian Conservation Institute, Canada.

Hatchfield, P.B. 2002: Pollutants in the Museum Environment, pp. 1-54. Archetype Publications Ltd., London.

Thickett, D. and L.R. Lee 2004 [1996]: The Selection of Materials for the Storage or Display of Museum Objects. pp. 1-30, The British Museum, London.

Canadian Conservation Institute 1994: CCI Notes 17/1 and CCI Notes 17/2. Government of Canada, Canada. 5 p.

Subject 2

Biological Damage

Pinniger, D. 2001: Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Historic Houses. Archetype, London. STUDENTS MUST BUY THIS BOOK.

Pinniger, D. and Peter Winsor 2004[1998]: Integrated Pest Management. Museums and Galleries Commission, London. Finnes tilgjengelig på internett, se link i Fronter.

Subject 3

Physical Material Damage

Costain, C. 1997: Scientific Rationale for Studies on Packing and Transportation of Paintings in Art in Transit edited by Mecklenburg, M.F., pp. 19-23. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Erhardt, D. 1997: Art in Transit: Material considerations in Art in Transit edited by Mecklenburg, M.F., pp. 25-35. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Green, T. 1997: Performance Criteria for Packing in Art in Transit edited by Mecklenburg, M.F., pp. 49-57. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Hackeny, S. and Timothy Green 1997: Packing Case Designs in Art in transit edited by Mecklenburg, M.F., pp. 69-77. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Marcon, P.J. 1997a: A Circular Slide Rule for Protective Package Design in Art in Transit edited by Mecklengurg, M.F., pp. 93-106. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Marcon, P.J. 1997b: Shock, Vibration, and Protective Package Design in Art in Transit edited by Mecklenburg, M.F., pp. 107-120. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Marcon, P.J. 1997c: Shock, Vibration, and the Shipping Environment in Art in Transit edited by Mecklenburg, M.F., pp. 121-132. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Richard, M. 1997a: Foam Cushioning Materials: Techniques for their proper Use in Art in Transit edited by Mecklenburg, M.F., pp. 269-278. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Richard, M. 1997b: Control of Temperature and Relative Hunidity in Packing Cases in Art in Transit edited by Mecklenburg, M.F., pp. 279-297. National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.

Staniforth, S. 1997: Lending Paintings - The Conservator's View in Art in Transit edited by Mecklenburg, M.F., pp. 335-342. National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.

Publisert 5. apr. 2011 09:24 - Sist endret 17. aug. 2011 17:42