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Vietnam National Museum of History

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Photographic and Archival Collections cover historical, artistic and identity-building values transformation over time, recorded through a huge amount of documents. At the same time, they are very fragile, vulnerable to different hazards, and difficult to manage. In order to respond to the collection’s needs, the course programme addresses collections care practices and reviews living cultural practices with current conservation principles, assessing the benefits and the sustainability of local materials and techniques for conservation. It also stimulates professionals to develop and carry out applied research to solve specific conservation challenges in their institutions.
CollAsia - Conserving Photographic and Archival Collections

Photographic and Archival Collections cover historical, artistic and identity-building values transformation over time, recorded through a huge amount of documents. At the same time, they are very fragile, vulnerable to different hazards, and difficult to manage. In order to respond to the collection’s needs, the course programme addresses collections care practices and reviews living cultural practices with current conservation principles, assessing the benefits and the sustainability of local materials and techniques for conservation. It also stimulates professionals to develop and carry out applied research to solve specific conservation challenges in their institutions.

What
The purpose of this course is to improve scientific literacy, critical thinking, and decision-making skills among the diverse professionals caring for photographic and archival collections, held in diverse heritage institutions (e.g. museums, archives, libraries, documentation centers, etc.). The course will focus on materials, techniques, conservation and use of diverse archival media, with a particular attention to photographs. Attention will be given to issues related to significance, institutional mandates, collaborative research, risk assessment, storing and access of collections. Participants will be encouraged to share traditional knowledge and practices used in their countries for the preservation of heritage collections, discussing their underlying principles and approaches relevant to the theme of the course.

How
The intensive training activity will consist of lectures, interactive sessions with practical exercises, and study visits. The working language will be English.

Who
The workshop will have up to 20 participants, of which 16 from the Asia-Pacific Region, and 4 from other regions. Participants will have at least three (3) years of hands-on experience with cultural heritage in museums, archives or other contexts. The course team will consist of specialists from the ICCROM network and beyond.

Scholarship
A number of scholarships are available for selected candidates, by CHA-Korea for professionals from the Asia-Pacific region, and by ICCROM for professionals from other regions. Priority will be given to selected candidates from ICCROM Member-states. Scholarships will cover round-trip travel, accommodation and meals in Ho Chi Minh City during the workshop.

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