Actividades de formación

Curso Online. Introducción a la gestión de riesgos y emergencias en el patrimonio cultural, 15 septiembre – 27 octubre

Una aproximación general a los aspectos fundamentales de la gestión de riesgos catastróficos del patrimonio, a partir del conocimiento y difusión de algunos de los aspectos del Plan Nacional de Emergencias y Gestión de Riesgo en Patrimonio Cultural (PNEGR)

El objetivo docente específico es proporcionar una introducción a las herramientas básicas para la detección temprana y la evaluación de los riesgos, así como la puesta en marcha de acciones preventivas o de respuesta y recuperación en caso de emergencia, que favorezcan la conservación del patrimonio cultural, preservándolo para el futuro como un sector transversal (modos de vida y de producción de bienes económicos y simbólicos, derechos humanos fundamentales, sistemas de valores, tradiciones y creencias), elemento clave y nexo de cohesión social.

Esta una acción formativa online busca transferir e intercambiar experiencias y fomentar la comunicación y el desarrollo de buenas prácticas en la gestión del patrimonio cultural en riesgo.

Se ofertan 150 plazas. La inscripción se llevará a cabo mediante el formulario disponible en la web del IPCE.

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Programa


Online Course: Climate Change and Risk Assessment for Cultural Heritage, 10th August 2020

An online course on climate change and risk assessment for cultural heritage is being offered by ICOMOS Argentina, La Plata City Foundation and the Heritage and Climate Change Initiative, within the framework of the «New approaches to cultural and natural heritage” programme. The first edition starts on 10 August 2020, and will be available in Spanish and Portuguese. The second edition of the course will begin in October and will also be available in English.

Professors: Arq. Guillermo R. García, Arq. M. Gabriela Santibañez, Arq. Mauro García Santa Cruz, Lic. Jimena García Santa Cruz

Guest Professors: Mr. Toshiyuki Kono, Mr. Peter Cox, Mr. Andrew Potts, Mr. Christopher Marrion, Mag. Arq. Pedro Delheye, Lic. Walter Di Santo, Dra. Stacy Vallis

Information and registration: http://patrimonio-cc.eventbrite.com
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2805350249577394/
YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpqrKeil8Xo

 

 


Q&A Event: Potential New Funding Opportunities for Research & Innovation Infrastructure in Arts and Humanities, 7th August 2020 2-4 pm (GMT+1)

The AHRC Infrastructure team is inviting colleagues in IROs, university collections, and the wider GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) sector to attend a virtual information and Q&A session on Monday 10 August from 2-4 pm. This will begin with a short presentation followed by Q&A on potential future funding opportunities focusing on renewal, upgrade and maintenance of existing facilities and equipment in conservation, heritage science, digital capture and specialist study spaces. Registration for the event ends close of play on Friday 7 August 2020.

Registration:  infrastructure@ahrc.ukri.org.

Further information


IIC Congress 2020 Online: Getty Attendance Grants, deadline 25 September 2020

Thanks to the generosity of the Getty Foundation, IIC are pleased to be able to offer 30 grants to enable practicing conservators to participate in this year’s IIC Edinburgh Congress 2020 online – ‘Practices and Challenges in Built Heritage Conservation,’ from 2 – 6 November 2020.

Recipients will receive a special invitation to the online preview event, access to the full programme, live Q&A sessions, online networking events, exhibition and virtual tours with a further 30-day access to the congress platform to view all papers, posters and recorded sessions.

Application is open to individual practicing conservators from countries with emerging economies and in employment in either a public or private capacity. Please note these grants are subject to the regulations of the Getty Foundation and are not available to students, nor to recipients of other IIC-managed grants related to attendance at this IIC Congress.

This year Getty Grant recipients will also be able to participate in a professional development workshop online, led by Debbie Hess Norris, Bob Norris and Sarah Staniforth, Developing Leadership and Advocacy Skills for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage’. A £30 per diem payment for the 5 days (maximum £150) per grant recipient, will also be awarded to cover expenses that facilitate digital access and online participation, such as the purchase of headphones and enhanced data connectivity

How to apply:

There is no formal application form for this grant.  Instead you will need to send to the IIC office an application made up of:

  1. A brief statement (up to 250 words, in English) describing how attendance at the Congress would be of benefit to you and to conservation of cultural heritage in your country
  2. An outline of how the £30 per diem (maximum £150 per grant recipient) payment will be used to support your participation online.
  3. A copy of your current CV (curriculum vitae) with your full name and contact details / home postal address
  4. A signed letter of support from one senior professional conservator, who should be named, with their affiliations and full contact details.

Applications will be accepted in English only and should be sent by email to iic@iiconservation.org with email subject line: IIC Congress Getty Attendance Grant . The deadline for applications is the 25 September 2020

Further details about the grant can be found here.

Criteria for selection will include:

  • The current involvement of the applicant in conservation
  • The relevance of the Congress theme to the applicant’s current work
  • The potential benefit to the applicant’s career
  • The potential benefit to conservation of cultural heritage in the applicant’s country.

Successful and unsuccessful applicants will be notified as soon as a decision has been made. Successful applicants will be informed of the arrangements for payment of the per diem by mid-October 2020.

After the congress: Successful applicants are required to submit a short report of their participation to IIC; this will then be sent on to the Getty Foundation.


Píldoras (In)formativas: La patología del crizzling en las colecciones españolas de vidrio. Teresa Palomar.

La Sociedad Española de Cerámica y Vidrio publica este video de Teresa Palomar, investigadora de la PTI-PAIS, en el cual explica la patología del crizzling en las colecciones de vidrio españolas.

Teresa Palomar es investigadora #ComFuturo del Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio.

Ha trabajado estudiando esta patología en las colecciones del Palacio Real de Madrid (Patrimonio Nacional) y del Museo Tecnológico del Vidrio de la Real Fábrica de Cristales de La Granja.

Podéis encontrar sus publicaciones en este apartado, buscando en la página por su apellido.

Palomar, Teresa


Impact Assessment for World Heritage I- what are the main things you need to know, 16 July 2020, 12:00 PM (Rome, Italy)

Impact assessment is an approach and methodology that can promote better evidence-based decision-making in advance of planning for change at or near World Heritage properties.

The three Advisory Bodies (ICCROM, ICOMOS and IUCN) have been collaborating, in partnership with the UNESCO World Heritage Centre and the International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA), on the elaboration of a new joint World Heritage Impact Assessment (WHIA) Guidance document within the framework of the ICCROM-IUCN World Heritage Leadership Programme.

The objective is to develop an impact assessment guidance for World Heritage properties, using a framework that can be applied to both natural and cultural properties and to small or large-scale projects, either within broader environmental impact assessments (EIA), or used stand-alone.

The session will explain the basics of what an Impact Assessment is, and how it is connected to the conservation and protection measures needed for World Heritage properties. This is part 1 of a 2-part session on World Heritage Impact Assessment.

Speakers:

  • Eugene Jo, World Heritage Leadership Programme Manager, ICCROM
  • Sarah Court, ICCROM Focal Point on World Heritage Impact Assessment
  • Mizuki Murai, World Heritage Conservation Officer, IUCN
  • Richard Mackay, ICOMOS Focal Point on World Heritage Impact Assessment

Further information

Link to Webinar

 


Training Modules del proyecto HERITAGE-PRO para profesionales del patrimonio

HERITAGE-PRO es una iniciativa de seis socios europeos de cinco países que se esfuerzan por responder a la demanda de una capacitación interdisciplinar para profesionales de diferentes disciplinas en relación con la gestión y conservación sostenibles del patrimonio cultural. Esta iniciativa está financiada por el programa europeo ERASMUS + 2018-2021.

Ya están disponibles los módulos de formación del programa en inglés y en alemán Las versiones en español y en sueco estarán listas en unos meses.

Se trata de 5 módulos que abordan temas y habilidades cruciales para aprovechar el potencial del patrimonio cultural para afrontar retos sociales.

1. Retos Globales y Oportunidades en el Área del Patrimonio Cultural.
2. Trabajo en Equipo Eficiente y Resolución Efectiva de Conflictos Interdisciplinares.
3. Puesta en Valor del Patrimonio Cultural.
4. Participación en la Conservación del Patrimonio Cultural.
5. Comunicación Efectiva en Entornos Interdisciplinares.

Acceso a los módulos

 



Seminarios Web del GTPE (EPWG) «Patrimonio y Cambio Climático: Llamado para una movilización climática», 18 julio, 14.00 (hora París)

El Grupo de Trabajo Internacional de Profesionales Emergentes de ICOMOS (EPWG) se complace en presentar una serie doble de seminarios web sobre el tema “Patrimonio y Cambio Climático” durante junio y julio de 2020.

Las comunidades se están transformando globalmente para abordar las causas y los impactos del cambio climático: ¿Cómo podría contribuir el patrimonio? ¿Cómo sería la práctica del patrimonio como parte de la solución? La próxima sesión explora estas preguntas a través del trabajo de tres colegas en la primera línea de acción climática en Puerto Rico, Tailandia, Fiji, y otros, que demostrarán maneras para impulsar y posibilitar la acción climática desde el patrimonio cultural.

El debate (Sábado 18 julio, 14.00 PARÍS) contará con la participación de la Prof. Dra. Witiya Pittungnapoo, Elia Nakoro y la Dra. Isabel Rivera-Collazo, y forma parte del Programa de Seminarios Web de ICOMOS Internacional.

El seminario será en inglés, con disponibilidad de traducción a otros idiomas durante la sesión de preguntas y respuestas.

Más información 

Registro

 


«Culture: An Accelerator Under-Used?», Join the UN HLPF Side Event on 13 July 2020, 12:00 – 13:30 New York Time

Etiquetas:

As part of the UN High-Level Political Forum taking place virtually on 7-16 July 2020, ICOMOS is pleased to announce their Side Event, «An Accelerator Under-Used? Realising the potential of culture for short-term recovery and long-term sustainable development» on 13 July 2020 from 12:00-13:30 EST.

Organised jointly by the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA)United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) and ICOMOS, the session will investigate how well culture has been integrated into the UN 2030 Agenda process so far, and the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

It will draw lessons from this experience, and assess how far we have come since 2015. To find ways to build back better, making the most of the interlinkages highlighted by the 2030 Agenda, there will then be an open discussion. This will explore, holistically, how cultural actors, assets, perspectives and institutions can strengthen policy responses across the board, supported by insights from government agencies, major cultural networks and independent experts.

We are honoured to have among confirmed speakers, H.E. Mr. Ernesto Ottone, Assistant Director General, Culture, UNESCO; H.E. Mr. Jerobeam Shaanika, Deputy Chef de Cabinet, Office of the President of the UN General Assembly; José Alfonso Suárez del Real, Minister for Culture of Mexico City; Dr Daisy Fancourt, UCL, Lead on WHO Europe Report on Culture and Health; and Nikiesha Hamilton from Brooklyn Museum, beside representatives of the Culture 2030 Goal campaign (ARTERIAL Network, Culture Action Europe, International Music Council).

Please see the full list of speakers in the event flyer, and join us at this event on Zoom at https://bit.ly/385c77N.

 


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