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VII - Amsterdam 2010


Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 8 e 9 Novembre 2010

La settima conferenza europea dei registrar ERC2010 è stata organizzata dal Netherlands Registrars Group - NRG, presso il Concertgebouw di Amsterdam.

Il programma, incentrato sul tema Being Green, ha visto alternarsi sessioni plenarie, workshop e seminari, in cui sono stati trattati vari argomenti come la sostenibilità in ambito museale e l'utilizzo di sistemi di gestione, nonchè di pratiche e procedure "verdi" a fronte di un contesto legislativo, relativo alla circolazione delle opere d'arte, sempre più complesso.


Di seguito si riportano i temi e gli interventi affrontati, estratti dal programma della conferenza, consultabile online.



Welcome, Introduction, Wrap up


Cindy Zalm, chair Netherlands Registrars Group

Michiel Nijhoff

Paul Spies

Max Meijer





Museums, Registrars and Sustainability

Maurice Davies


Air Freight Safety - European Legislation on Air Freight, Air Freight Safety and Cargo Screening

René Italiaander


TSA (Transportation Security Administration) in the USA

Scott Pfeifer

A Carbon-Neutral Research Centre for Beauty

Randy Klinger


Lending to Europe: an update

Frank Bergevoet


The Art of Transitions to Become Green

Derk Loorbach


Procedures at Museum Ludwig, Cologne

Beatrix Schopp





Sustainability and Climate Control in Museums

Bart Ankersmit


New Approaches to Museum Depots

Hans-Ewald Schneider


Sustainable Storage as Result of a Preventive Approach

Wouter Hijnberg and Marco Martens


Green, Red, Black: Analysis from the Going Green Survey

Stephen Mellor


The Greening of Fine Art Transportation: What Colour is your Crate?

Greg Gahagan, Klaus Hillman and Jonathan Schwartz


Registrars at the Centre of Collections Mobility

Marjolein Cremer


Will Being Green Influence Fine Art insurance?

Stephan Zilkens


The Loan is Insured = Green Light?

Cees Kortleve


From Manual Inventory Books to Digitized Inventory Records: A Preliminary Exploration of the National Palace Museum, Taiwan

Pang-Yen Cheng


Vibrrrrrrrrrrations. - The Impact of Vibration on Works of Art

Bill Wei


Energy-optimized Rebirth: The Renovation of the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum in Ludwigshafen am Rhein

Reinhard Spieler


How to Find a Needle in a Haystack? Implementation of RFID as an Improvement in the Management of a Scientific Collection: the Case of Institut Català de Paleontologia, Barcelona

Laura Celià


Experience with RFID Technology at Apice in Florence

Laura Reina


An International Concern: The Bizot Group Questionnaire and the V&A’s Approach to Becoming a Greener Museum

Sandra Smith




Panel discussion

Towards a new European Organisation: Sustaining the Knowledge of European Collection Mobility





Tracking the Collection: Integrating Location Administration in Your Adlib Database

Judith van Gent, Annelies de Mey and René van de Heuvel


Registrar, a Reference Description

Herma Hofmeijer




Acuni interventi sono disponibili in formato PDF su una piattaforma di file sharing.