In 2020, the Munch Museum will open its new building in the centre of Oslo, in the newly developed harbour area Bjørvika in a cultural hub together with The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet from 2008 and the new Oslo Public Library. The exhibition spaces of the new building will be five times larger than what the museum has today. This will greatly expand the scope and possibilities of the museum. The Munch Museum houses a large part of Edvard Munch's complete works, which he bequeathed to the City of Oslo at the end of his life.
The detailed programme of the Conservator's conference: Renovated, rebuilt, saved - how they survived WWII has now been announced.
Conservation, preservation and prevention of items from the years 1939-1945
To see the full programme please go to: http://www.konferencjakonserwatorska.pl/en/programme/
To register, please visit: http://www.konferencjakonserwatorska.pl/en/registration/
Contract Type: Temporary fixed term (12 months)
Salary: £28,063 per annum
Closing date: 18 February 2018
As the leading museum for London, we tell the story of the world’s greatest city and its people – so why not make this the place to discover your story of London?
The Museum of London is offering an exciting post within its Conservation and Collection Care Department.
The latest issue of IIC's Annual Review, for 2016 - 2017, published at the 2018 Annual General Meeting, is available from the IIC web-site here. This was presented at the 2017 Annual General Meeting and is the first in a new series of reviews to present IIC's activities and engagement throughout the past year. We hope you enjoy this latest issue of the new way of conveying news about IIC's current activities and future plans.
On 08/09 January 2018, PHEA, the Plastics Heritage European Association was founded in the Brussels Design Museum ADAM.
Organizers: National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo, Japan and ICCROM
Job reference: 1596
£30,236 - £33,000
Fixed Term Part Time
Notice to all IIC Hon. Fellows and Fellows
The latest electronic ballot for election to IIC's Fellowship has just been posted on the IIC web-site and you are invited to take part in this. The ballot is open to all IIC Fellows in good standing (i.e. those whose membership fees are up to date) and to all IIC Honorary Fellows.
The David Booth Conservation Department at The Museum of Modern Art is pleased to offer a two-year fellowship in sculpture conservation, starting September 2018. The fellowship provides an opportunity to acquire comprehensive training in sculpture and objects preservation, conservation, and restoration in a museum setting.
The David Booth Conservation Department at The Museum of Modern Art is pleased to offer a two-year fellowship in painting conservation, starting September 2018. The fellowship provides an opportunity to acquire comprehensive training in paintings preservation, conservation, and restoration in a museum setting. Working as part of the paintings conservation team, the fellow will assist conservators with all facets of the preservation, conservation, and restoration of paintings, including acquisition, exhibition, treatment, collection care, and research.