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Museological Review, n.º 15 (2011)

mars 23, 2011

Já se encontra disponível mais uma edição da « Museological Review » (n.º 15, 2011). Para quem não conhece é um jornal online editado pelos estudantes de PhD do departamento de museum studies da universidade de Leicester (Inglaterra). Apresenta sobretudo os resultados da investigação desenvolvida pelos estudantes desta universidade, mas também inclui artigos de académicos como Eiliean Hooper-Greenhill, Susan Pearce, entre outros. A revista existe desde 1994. Pretende ser anual, mas tem tido uma cadência irregular. Quase todos os números estão disponíveis aqui.

Museological Review, n.º 15, 2011

Alguns dos textos apresentados no simpósio ‘Materiality and Intangibility’, que decorreu em Leicester em 2009 estão incluídos neste número. No geral os artigos são diversos e reflectem a interdisciplinaridade da museologia actual. Este número conta com uma participação portuguesa, Tânia da Fonte.

Conteúdos:

Professor Susan Pearce Foreword: Materiality and Intangibility: Contested Zones

Jenniefer Gadsby The Effect of Encouraging Emotional Value in Museum Experiences

Magnus Gestsson and Serena Iervolino Interpreting Art in the Public Sphere: the Ways Display Locations and Strategies Affect the Meaning of an Artwork

Helen Saunderson Intangible Material: Interventionist Art Works

Mary Lester, Joanna Marchant, Ellie Miles and Kathrin Pieren ‘My London’: Exploring Identities Through Audience Participation and Critical Consumption

Robyn McKenzie From the Contested Zone: String Figures in the Museum

Tânia da Fonte Geo-archaeological Research: from ‘Drawing a Triangle’ to Three Dimensions

Catherine Moore The Material in the Immaterial – The Powell-Cotton Oukwanyama Film Archive and some Contemporary Material Responses among the Community it Depicts

Rebecca Wade The Boundaries of Knowability: Using the Archive to Reconstruct the 1839 Leeds Public Exhibition

J2 ‘In the Fold’ Imagining Words and Image

Publicités

Muséologies Les cahiers d’études supérieures, Vol. 5 No. 1

décembre 3, 2010

No passado dia 16 de Novembro foi lançado mais um número da revista candadiana « Muséologies Les cahiers d’études supérieures ». A revista foi criada em 2006 pela « Faculté des arts de l’Université du Québec (Montréal), e em particular pelo « programme d’études supérieures en muséologie ». Tem por objectivo divulgar os trabalhos de investigação dos estudantes de mestrado e doutoramento. Inclui em cada número entevistas a personalidades de relevo no sector museológico.

Mais em: http://museologies.org/

Le volume 5, numéro 1 (automne 2010)

Le numéro de l’automne 2010 de Muséologies regroupe des articles de Francine Couture, Anne Bénichou, Véronique Rodriguez, Alain Depocas et deux jeunes chercheures, Justine Lebeau et Mélanie Lord. Réunis autour de la problématique de la variation des œuvres au sein des collections muséales, les textes font état des questionnements que soulèvent la réexposition, la réactualisation et la pérennité des œuvres contemporaines. Deux entrevues collaborent au même titre que les articles à enrichir la réflexion sur les modes de collectionnement: la première avec Christian Bernard, directeur du Musée d’art moderne et contemporain de Genève (Mamco), et la seconde avec Richard Gagnier, chef du service de restauration du Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal.

Variabilité, identité spécifique et numérique des œuvres contemporaines
par Francine Couture

La réexposition d’œuvres contemporaines sous la forme de la présentation de nouveaux exemplaires physiques d’une œuvre conçue pour être unique questionne les notions de variabilité, d’identité spécifique et numérique de l’œuvre d’art. Dans cet article, Couture étudie trois cas de figure propres à cette réalité : la production d’une réplique ou d’une copie d’exposition, l’exposition d’un élément d’une œuvre, non pas comme un fragment, mais comme une œuvre autonome, et enfin l’exemple particulier de l’actualisation d’un énoncé verbal qui est porteur des valeurs d’unicité et de singularité attribuées à l’œuvre d’art. Elle conclut qu’il en résulte une transformation de l’institution muséale et de l’artiste engendrant notamment une redéfinition des rôles de chacun.

Des espaces monographiques au sein des collections muséales: déléguer ou produire une pensée et une pratique critiques de la collection ?
par Anne Bénichou

L’objectif principal de cet article est d’évaluer si l’acquisition d’espaces monographiques dédiés à des artistes permet de pallier certaines limites des modes de collection traditionnels des musées d’art moderne et contemporain. L’auteure distingue deux cas de figure. Dans le premier, le musée délègue entièrement à l’artiste la conception et le fonctionnement de son espace monographique. Celui-ci est dès lors traité comme une œuvre autonome à inscrire dans la collection, sans forcément en redéfinir les modalités. Dans le deuxième, l’institution travaille en étroite collaboration avec l’artiste, l’espace monographique devenant un lieu d’expérimentation artistique et muséologique qui génère une pensée et des pratiques critiques de collection.

La collection muséale et la variabilité de l’oeuvre: échantillon de pratiques et rôle de l’artiste
par Véronique Rodriguez

Pour de nombreux artistes, les années 1960 marquent un tournant dans leur pratique au cours duquel ils choisissent de délaisser les médias de création traditionnels : gravure, peinture ou sculpture pour se tourner vers de nouveaux médiums au caractère variable : la performance, l’installation ou la vidéo. L’entrée de ces œuvres dans les collections muséales entraîne son lot de changements. En analysant et comparant les pratiques au sein de deux institutions nationales, l’une au Québec (MBAQ) et l’autre en Suisse (Mamco), Rodriguez démontre que l’authenticité de l’œuvre ne repose plus uniquement sur sa matérialité, mais bien sur l’intention de l’artiste, devenue une valeur culte.

Conception d’une base de données de recherche sur des cas de variations d’oeuvres d’art
par Mélanie Lord et al.

À l’aide de tableaux, de figures, de diagrammes ainsi que d’exemples précis, Mélanie Lord, en collaboration avec Anne Bénichou, Francine Couture, Alain Depocas, Richard Gagnier, Justine Lebeau et Véronique Rodriguez, expose les grandes étapes d’idéation, de conception et de fonctionnement d’une base de données. Réalisé spécifiquement afin de colliger les données recueillies dans le cadre d’une étude portant sur les œuvres variables, cet outil de travail – tel que démontré dans cet article – a également eu des répercussions sur le travail du groupe, en les obligeant à adopter une typologie commune, et en forçant tous les membres de l’équipe à préciser les critères de leur recherche.

Entretiens
Anne Bénichou et Francine Couture nous présentent le directeur du Mamco à Genève, en Suisse, Monsieur Christian Bernard. Il a conçu un musée unique où les expositions évoluent constamment et où les collections s’inscrivent dans l’actualité par des stratégies de collectionnement qui favorisent les ensembles monographiques au détriment de l’échantillonnage habituel. Bernard a développé pour son institution un système d’expositions en “changement continu” donnant à voir les œuvres et les stratégies expositionnelles, et où la collaboration de l’artiste aux transformations de l’espace muséal métamorphose le concept même de l’institution muséale.

Justine Lebeau est allée à la rencontre de Richard Gagnier, chef du service de restauration du Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal qui nous présente les défis posés par la mutation de la matérialité de l’art contemporain. Gagnier nous présente comment l’évolution des protocoles de conservation a mené à une nouvelle définition de la notion d’authenticité. En s’appuyant notamment de cas de figures tel que les installations et les œuvres allographiques, il fait état du type d’analyse et des procédés mis en œuvre pour assurer leur intégrité et leur pérennité.

Les auteurs

Francine Couture est professeure d’histoire de l’art à l’Université du Québec à Montréal et directrice du projet de recherche Réexposition, réactualisation et pérennité des œuvres contemporaines. Elle a coordonné la publication de ces livres : Les arts visuels au Québec dans les années soixante; La reconnaissance de la modernité ; Les arts visuels au Québec dans les années soixante L’éclatement du modernisme et Exposer l’art contemporain du Québec.

Anne Bénichou est professeure d’histoire et de théorie de l’art à l’École des arts visuels et médiatiques de l’Université du Québec à Montréal. Ses travaux portent, notamment sur les archives, les formes mémorielles et les récits historiques issus des pratiques artistiques contemporaines et des institutions chargées de les préserver et de les diffuser. Elle a dirigé l’ouvrage collectif Ouvrir le document qui vient de paraître aux éditions Les presses du réel.

Véronique Rodriguez est professeure d’histoire de l’art au Collège Ahuntsic et professeure associée à l’Université du Québec à Montréal. Ses recherches portent surtout sur la sculpture et l’installation, les pratiques d’atelier et d’exposition de l’art contemporain.

Alain Depocas dirige le Centre de recherche et de documentation (CR+D) de la fondation Daniel Langlois. Diplômé en histoire de l’art à l’Université de Montréal, il a travaillé comme documentaliste au Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal ainsi qu’à titre de responsable du site Internet de la Médiathèque du MACM. Il a aussi codirigé le Réseau des médias variables dans le cadre d’un partenariat avec le Guggenheim et a été le directeur de la recherche de DOCAM

Justine Lebeau termine actuellement une maîtrise en études des arts à l’Université du Québec à Montréal portant sur la réactualisation des collections fermées. Depuis 2008, elle assume le poste d’auxiliaire de recherche pour une étude présidée par Francine Couture portant sur la réexposition, la réactualisation et la pérennité des œuvres contemporaines. En 2009, elle participe également à la recherche pour le Modèle Documentaire développé par DOCAM à la Fondation Daniel Langlois.

Mélanie Lord détient un baccalauréat en arts visuels, et poursuit actuellement un doctorat en informatique cognitive à l’Université du Québec à Montréal portant sur la recherche et la diffusion de l’information dans les réseaux sociaux virtuels. Elle fait partie du groupe de recherche Millefeuille qui s’intéresse aux réseaux socio-sémantiques et participe à une recherche en psychologie qui étudie la structure des dictionnaires et le problème de l’ancrage des symboles.

Lançamento revista MUSA, vol III, 13 Nov. 2010

novembre 4, 2010

No próximo dia 13 de Novembro (sábado) será lançado o III volume da Publicação Cultural do Distrito: « MUSA. MUSEUS, ARQUEOLOGIA & OUTROS PATRIMÓNIOS », editada pelo Fórum Intermuseus do Distrito de Setúbal (FIDS) e Museu de Arqueologia e Etnografia do Distrito de Setúbal (MAEDS).

Local: Museu Agrícola da Atalaia (38º 42’ 29.61’’ N; 8º 55’ 23.92’’ O), Quinta Nova da Atalaia (concelho Montijo).

13 Novembro, 16h30

Iniciativa conjunta do MAEDS e da Câmara Municipal do Montijo

« Trata-se de um volume com o dobro das páginas (294 pp.) do volume anterior, com excelente apresentação gráfica, e conteúdos originais, que vai querer ler, consultar, ter na sua estante, partilhar com familiares e amigos e até mesmo oferecer como presente natalício. Terá a oportunidade de adquiri-lo por um preço muito especial praticado apenas no dia do lançamento. » (nota de imprensa MAEDS)

Índice MUSA, III

Entrada livre.

Oferta de uma prova de vinhos da Cooperativa Agrícola de Santo Isidro de Pegões.

Fonte: MAEDS

Call for papers: International Journal of Intangible Heritage, até 15 Dez. 2010

octobre 29, 2010

PLEASE ANSWER TO: ijih.editor@gmail.com

*International Journal of Intangible Heritage *

*Call for papers*

*International Journal of Intangible Heritage* seeks to be an inter communicative and interdisciplinary channel for scholarly research on intangible heritage around the world with respect to its preservation, transmission and promotion. With critical academic articles, provocative viewpoints and reviews, the *IJIH*, a peer-reviewed academic journal tries to enrich discourses on intangible heritage that reflects the connections between intangible heritage and people.

*International Journal of Intangible Heritage* is an annual-basis publication officially supported by the International Council of Museums (ICOM) with its publication secretariat office in the Cultural Exchange and Education Division, the National Folk Museum of Korea

*Deadline for the IJIH Vol.6*: *Dec. 15th. 2010*

*Editor-in-Chief*: Professor Amareswar Galla (E-mail: *a.galla@yahoo.com.au*)

*Publication Secretariat* ijih.editor@gmail.com

※ Prospective authors are requested to submit *the submission
form*attached with her/his article.

For further information and inquiries, please refer to the official webpage of IJIH: http://www.ijih.org

*How to write papers for International Journal of Intangible Heritage* **

*Scope *

Prospective authors may submit academic and research papers, columns, and short articles of 2000 words or reviews of 1,000 words on intangible heritage for publication in the journal.

*Format*

Manuscripts should adhere to the following criteria:

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Whatever word processing system is used to produce the manuscript, the final file should be saved and submitted in unjustified text alignment such as a Rich Text Format(RTF) file, without other formatting such as MS word.

*(2) Length *

Articles should be between 4000 and 6000 words long, excluding notes, bibliography and captions to illustrations. We aim for roughly 800 words for the page.

* To publish a longer article having more words, please consult with the Editorial Board by email to the Editor-in-Chief (*a.galla@yahoo.com.au*).

*(3) Typing *

The preferred font is either 12-point Times New Roman or 11-point Arial.
Authors should not use different fonts and different sizes of type.

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Margins should be at least one inch wide on all sides. Please do not justify the right margin. Left justification only.

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Automatic utilities such as bullet points, endnotes,etc. may be lost when the file is transferred to printer’s typesetting. Please type these in by hand or, in the case of endnotes, put them in a separate file.

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Captions etc. (these should include any necessary acknowledgement of copyright) should be sent as a separate file.

– It is the authors’ responsibility to obtain necessary permission for use of copyright materials. All such material should be acknowledged in accordance with the terms of any copyright permission.

*(7) Title Page*

The title page should adhere to the following criteria:

– Full Title: this should be specific and concise indicating the subject and scope of the paper submitted.

– Sub-title: the subtitles for page headers should contain no more than 50 characters (including spaces).

– The name of the author: this should appear with details of the author’s nationality and the name of the organisation to which they are affiliated.

-Abstract: authors are requested to submit an abstract of approximately 200 words outlining the content of their paper.

*(8) Citations*

Endnotes should be indicated in the text in normal type in the form of (1)
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*(9) Bibliography and references*

In matters of style, IJIH generally follows the rules set out in the Chicago Manual of Style (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, the 15th Edition, 2003).

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INVENIRE – nova revista

septembre 22, 2010

No próximo dia 6 de Outubro será apresentado publicamente o 1.º número da revista « Invenire » – Revista de bens culturais da Igreja. Trata-se de uma revista semestral da responsabilidade do Secretariado Nacional para os Bens Culturais da Igreja.

6 de Outubro, 18h00
Local: Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga

Sobre os objectivos da revista: « informar sobre o património cultural, documental e artístico da Igreja Católica em Portugal, (…) difusão de projectos de salvaguarda e intervenções de valorização, mas também na divulgação de estudos inéditos, propostas de interpretação actuais e obras pouco conhecidas do público em geral. » in newsletter Bens Culturais da Igreja

« Museologia.pt » disponível online

janvier 14, 2010

De louvar a iniciativa do IMC em tornar disponível na internet os dois primeiros números já publicados da revista Museologia.pt, de 2007 e 2008 respectivamente.

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A revista Museologia.pt, n.º 1/2007 está acessível no seguinte endereço:
http://www.imc-ip.pt/

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A revista Museologia.pt, n.º 2/2008 está acessível no seguinte endereço:
http://www.imc-ip.pt/

Informação ICOM.PT (II Série, Nº 7, Dez 09-Fev 10)

décembre 16, 2009

Foi recentemente publicado o sétimo número do boletim da Comissão Nacional Portuguesa do ICOM (II Série, Nº 7, Dez 09-Fev 10).

A responsável pela edição desta publicação trimestral é Maria Vlachou. (mariavlachou.pt@gmail.com). Neste número colaboraram: Ana Alcoforado, Graça Filipe, José Gameiro, Maria João Lança e Paula Menino Homem.

CONTEÚDOS:

01 Editorial, Maria Vlachou
02 Artigo, A Representação da Comunidade no Museu da Luz, Maria João Lança
09 Opiniões, A RPM deve ser dirigida pelo Estado (IMC) ou pelos próprios museus?, Graça Filipe e João Gameiro
11 Novos, recentes e Renovados, Museu nacional de Machado de Castro, Ana Alcoforado
15 Entrevista com…, Giacomo Scalisi
17 Notícias ICOM
18 Novas Publicações
19 Calendário de Iniciativas

O boletim esta inteiramente disponível no site do ICOM PT:
http://www.icom-portugal.org/

Informação ICOM.PT, n.º 6 (Set-Nov. 2009)

septembre 21, 2009

Pode encontrar na página do ICOM-Portugal (http://www.icom-portugal.org/) o novo número do Boletim INFORMAÇÃO ICOM.PT (Série II, nº 6, Set-Nov 2009).

A coordenação deste boletim é de Maria Vlachou, a quem devem ser dirigidos comentários, sugestões, ou temas a abordar em próximos números (mariavlachou.pt@gmail.com).

Conteúdos:

01 EDITORIAL
02 ARTIGO IDENTIDADE VISUAL: A imporância da personalidade na promoção do museu
16 OPINIÕES: Pagar ou não pagar? Será essa a questão?
19 NOVOS, RECENTES E RENOVADOS Museu de Évora
22 ENTREVISTA COM… Pedro Boléo
24 IN MEMORIAM Irisalva Moita (1924 – 2009)
26 NOTÍCIAS ICOM
27 Novas publicações
28 Calendário de iniciativas

Fonte: Lista de discussão MUSEUM

VISEU.M – Revista do Museu Municipal de Viseu

mars 27, 2009

Com data de Dezembro, foi publicado o nº 1 da Revista do Museu Municipal de Viseu, que recebeu o sugestivo título de VISEU.M – num preito à modernidade tecnológica e informática.

Logo na capa se fala em «Museologia e história local em foco» e, na verdade, a revista pretende ocupar um espaço editorial que, numa autarquia, assume cada vez maior importância: uma publicação anual (ou, até, semestral) em que se dão a lume textos que não cabem nos jornais, que não podem esperar pela revista científica de nomeada com número restrito de leitores e mui circunscrita divulgação; textos que resultam de uma investigação cuidada, conscienciosa e de grande interesse local; que não ultrapassam a dezena e meia de páginas e se fazem eco, por exemplo, de trabalhos universitários originais, que, mui frequentemente, ficam nas gavetas e se arriscam mesmo a ser, um

Bem andaram, pois, os promotores desta revista com as características para ela pensadas. Logo o índice – que tomo a liberdade de apresentar em anexo – mostra como se privilegiou a Museologia local (o texto de Clara Camacho mostra a importância dos museus autárquicos, os três textos seguintes referem-se a iniciativas museológicas concretas viseenses), para, numa 2ª secção, se dar conta de apontamentos da História local: as fortificações, Viseu nos conflitos fernandinos (séc. XIV), a feira franca e seu significado económico-cultural nos tempos dos reis de Avis… Isabel Monteiro estuda a presença dos judeus em Viseu e Luís da Silva Fernandes os primórdios das iniciativas de cariz turístico na cidade.

A secção 3 traz noticiário pontual (o Centro de Formação Profissional do Artesanato, o património da diocese – como salvaguardá-lo?…) e cinco recensões a obras ligadas à temática da revista.

De muito boa apresentação gráfica, original maquetização, a revista apresenta-se, pois, nestas suas 212 páginas, com futuro deveras promissor.

José d’Encarnação

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Fonte: lista de discussão Museum

Museum History Journal Vol. 2 (2009), N. 1

février 20, 2009

museum-history-journal

Museum History Journal é uma revista americana sobre museologia (http://www.lcoastpress.com/). Teve início em 2008 e publica agora novo número. A responsabilidade da edição cabe a Hugh H. Genoways (University of Nebraska State Museum) e Mary Anne Andrei (Corcoran Department of History – University of Virginia).

About the Journal

A new, refereed international publication of critical evaluative histories relating to museums, to be published semi-annually by Left Coast Press, Inc., beginning in 2008. The term « museum » will be interpreted to include not only a broad range of museum types, including natural history, anthropology, archaeology, fine art, history, medical, and science and technology, but also related cultrual institutions, such as aquaria, zoos, botanical gardens, arboreta, historical societies and sites, architectural sites, archives, and planetariums. A variety of scholarly approaches, such as analytical, narrative, historical, cultural, social, quantitative, and intellectual, are anticipated.

January 2009
Vol. 2, N. 1
Table of Contents

*From the Editors*

*Feature Articles*

Wax Bodies: Art and Anato my in Victorian Medical Museums
Samuel J. M. M. Alberti

Narrativity and the Museological: Myths of Nationality
Donald Preziosi

Matter of Fact: Biographies and Zoological Specimens
Taika Dahlbom

Frederic Ward Putnam, Chicago’s Cultural Philanthropists, and the Founding of the Field Museum
Paul D. Brinkman

*Book Reviews*

Museum Skepticism: A History of the Display of Art In Public Galleries by David Carrier
reviewed by Bruce Robertson

Museums in Motion: An Introduction to the History and Functions of Museums, second edition by Edward P. Alexander and Mary Alexander
reviewed by Suzanne M. Fischer

Return to Alexandria: An Ethnography of Cultural Heritage, Revivalism, and Museum Memory by Beverley Butler
reviewed by Tiffany Jenkins

All Creatures: Naturalists, Collectors, and Biodiversity, 1850 – 1950 by Robert E. Kohler
reviewed by Charlotte M. Porter

*Archive*

Earliest known photographic portraits of Charles Darwin and Abraham Lincoln, celebrating the bicentennial of their births on February 9, 2009

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Para encomendar este número ou assinar a revista (bi-anual) pode visitar o seguinte site:
http://www.lcoastpress.com/journal_issue.php?id=113#subinfo

Journal ISSN: 1936-9824
Issue ISBN: 978-1-59874-828-4

Mais informações, contactar Stefania Van Dyke at Museums@LCoastPress.com
Museums@LCoastPress.com
http://www.LCoastPress.com

Nuova Museologia, n.º 19, 2008

février 18, 2009

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Em Novembro de 2008 foi publicado o n.º 19 da Revista Nuova Museologia que agora divulgamos. Veja em baixo quais os artigos deste número.

Direttore Responsabile: Giovanni Pinna
Redazione: Claudia Savoiardo
Promozione e Sviluppo: Carlo Teruzzi
Relazioni esterne: Donatella Lanzeni

Conteúdos:

Giovanni Pinna
Le idi di marzo sono giunte. Sì, Cesare, ma non trascorse pag.1

Andreas Henning
La Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister di Dresda su Second Life pag. 2

Aldo R. D. Accardi
Natura e Artificio negli interni museali pag. 4

Maurizio Maggi
L’albero e i suoi frutti: l’ecomuseo è ancora un museo? pag. 9

Enrica Dardes
La Guggenheim experience pag.13

Enzo Varricchio
Il patrimonio « immateriale » nella legislazione italiana pag.18

Lorenzo Guzzardi, Giancarlo Germanà Bozza
Musei e archeologia subacquea in Sicilia pag. 22

Annalisa Porzio, Valeria De Laurentiis, Ornella Schiappa
Ciro Massaro La Sala DAI a Palazzo Reale di Napoli pag. 26

Ileana Tozzi
La Pinacoteca diocesana di Rieti pag. 29

Maria Teresa Balboni Brizza
Al museo si può ancora provare meraviglia? pag. 32

Pier Federico Caliari
Museografi senza frontiere pag. 35

Short articles

Salvatore Zappulla
Rivive l’antico maniero di Calatabiano (Catania) pag. 39

Giovanni Pinna
Autonomia universitaria e museologia pag. 39

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Alguns dos números anteriores estão disponíveis em:
http://www.nuovamuseologia.org

University Museums and Collections Journal 1/2008

février 13, 2009

revista-online

Divulgamos o aparecimento de mais uma revista sobre museologia –
University Museums and Collections Journal! Foi recentemente publicado o primeiro número e os artigos estão inteiramente disponíveis aqui:
http://edoc.hu-berlin.de/browsing/umacj/

About the Journal
The University Museums and Collections Journal is a peer-reviewed, on-line journal for the proceedings of the International Committee for University Museums and Collections (UMAC), a Committee of the International Council of Museums (ICOM). The Journal will appear at least once a year. It is completely on-line and no hard-copy formal publication is available. However, the Journal is an Open Access journal and is available free of charge or printing on demand is available at cost price.

Goals
The goals of the University Museums and Collections Journal are to provide global, inclusive access and distribution and to improve the museums, galleries and collections within universities worldwide by stimulating discussion of relevant issues and concerns.

Funding and Support
UMAC is responsible for the major costs of the Journal. It receives additional support from Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, in the form of a guarantee that the Journal will be archived and its information will be accessible in the future.

The International Council of Museums (ICOM) provided a special grant to get the Journal started.

With your membership, UMAC is able to publish the Journal. UMAC, as an International Committee of ICOM, receives funding from ICOM according to the number of its members. If you have found the
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Informação ICOM n.º 3

janvier 5, 2009

Já se encontra disponível o 3.º número da publicação do ICOM-PT. Pode descarregar o documento a partir do site do ICOM-PT.

INFORMAÇÃO ICOM.PT
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Museum International n.º 237-238, 2008

septembre 29, 2008

Já foi publicado o n.º 237/238 da Museum International cujo volume é inteiramente dedicado aos museus e á museologia na China – « Ancient China, New Museums »

Table of Contents

Preface and Editorial

Chap 1: Sharing World Trends

Museums and the Protection of Cultural Intangible Heritage, Pan Shouyong
The Role of Natural History Museums in the Promotion of Sustainable Development, Dong Yuqin
The Concept of the Ecomuseum and its Practice in China, Su Donghai
The Development of Private Museums in China, Song Xiangguang
Dialectical Speculations on the Scientific and Technological Aspects of Cultural Heritage Protection, Shan Jixiang
Developments in China’s Digitalized Museums, Li Wenchang
A Survey of Approaches of Access to Museums in China, Cai Qin

Chapter 2: Museums in China: identity and diversity

The Qing Palace: From a Forbidden City to a Public Heritage, Guo Changhong
A New Concept: ‘Capital, My Museum’, Yao An
The Conservation of Shanghai’s Diverse Cultural Heritage, Chen Xiejun
A Cultural Record of the Three Gorges, Wang Chuanping
A Plan to Safeguard Kunqu Opera of Jiangsu Province, Gu Lingsen and Wang Tingxin
Museums in Taiwan and the Development of Cultural Awareness, Chen Kuoning
The Yinxu Museum: the Ruins of Yin and the Yin-Shang Culture, Tang Jigen
The Creation of Cultural Capital through the Showcasing of World Art: the Beijing World Art Museum at the China Millennium Monument, Wang Limei

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Museums and the Protection of Cultural Intangible Heritage, Pan Shouyong

Museums have existed in China for over 100 years. There are now over 40,000 museum specialists working in China, all of whom can contribute to the protection and dissemination of China’s intangible heritage. This article examines recent efforts by the government to protect intangible heritage, including the creation of symposia, legislative programmes and a protection centre, as well as the role played by universities in disseminating knowledge on folk culture heritage or intangible heritage. It discusses the role museums can play in protecting intangible anthropological heritage following the signing of the Shanghai Charter and the issues raised by the recent national inventory of intangible cultural heritage items. The loss of intangible heritage through market exploitation is treated alongside core questions regarding the basis for heritage protection. Finally, the article takes a look at the recent development of eco-museums in China, which emphasize not only conservation and participation, but foreground fundamental questions of the ownership of intangible heritage.

The Role of Natural History Museums in the Promotion of Sustainable Development, Dong Yuqin

This article examines the challenges faced by natural history museums from different countries within the context of globalization, particularly in the light of the recent call of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) for ‘museums as instruments of social and cultural development’ to advance social and cultural development and promote harmony between humanity and nature. It draws upon domestic museums’ recent experiences and combines urban and business ecology, futurology and sociology from the perspective of globalization, to examine the global ecological crisis and the opportunities as well as challenges faced by museums in protecting biodiversity. It argues that natural history museums should keep up with the times through active participation in the protection of their own country’s and locality’s biodiversity just as they would contribute towards that of historical and cultural heritage. It also underlines the importance of establishing visits to natural history museums as a meaningful tradition to be transmitted between generations, and appeals to museums professionals to join forces to help safeguard the environment and humanity’s natural heritage.

The Concept of the Ecomuseum and its Practice in China, Su Donghai

The theory of the ecomuseum is a new concept derived from reforms effected in the international museum world. This concept, combined with new museological ideas has fundamentally marked the active transformation of museums. This article explains the background to the period over which the ecomuseum concept emerged, the motivations of the founders of the ecomuseum movement and includes a brief introduction to the latest developments in the ecomuseum concept. The causes behind China’s ecomuseum movement, its development and present status are analysed and discussed to provide insights into Chinese museum reform and its developmental trends.

The Development of Private Museums in China, Song Xiangguang

China has a long tradition of cultural and art collections. Towards the end of the 1980s, certain collectors called for the establishment of a new kind of museum that would enable a wider appreciation of private collections. Recent years have also seen enthusiasm on the part of businessmen for the possibilities museum ownership offers – principally, offering a platform for the promotion of enterprise culture and the influence of business on society, as well representing an opportunity to contribute to society. The Chinese Government responded positively to the idea of philanthropists and private enterprises opening and running museums. In the document Management Methodology in Museums it outlined details for those wishing to set up privately-owned museums. It actively nurtured the development of private museums as a way of enriching the socio-cultural life of the general public and involving more people in the preservation of cultural heritage.

Dialectical Speculations on the Scientific and Technological Aspects of Cultural Heritage Protection, Shan Jixiang

This article discusses cultural heritage conservation trends with regard to the state of science and technology in China. It analyses major issues urgently waiting to be addressed or arising from the academic frontier. It proposes that appropriate handling of the relationships between emergency rescue and preventive protection, specialized research and comprehensive research, general research and specific task-based research and between technological innovation and propagation, is crucial to the sustainable conservation of cultural heritage. In this particular light, the article outlines new measures and directions for further discussion.

Developments in China’s Digitalized Museums, Li Wenchang

In this article the question of the digitalization of China’s museums covers both the digitalization of museums and digital museums. It looks at how different national museums have engaged with digitalizing their collections and how the process has given fresh impetus to these institutions such as the Dunhuang Research Institute. The article examines in detail the digitalization efforts made by institutions such as the Capital Museum, as well as looking at the involvement of commercial enterprises, government departments and universities. It also explains current problems and challenges deriving from arbitrary development without long-term vision. The article proposes strategies for tackling some of these issues and examines the prospects for future self-sustaining development.

A Survey of Approaches of Access to Museums in China, Cai Qin

Admission fees present an obstacle both to museums aiming to provide better public value and services, and to their own self-development. Free access to museums is a long-standing practice and an important issue within the global museum community. The most direct result of free access is an increase in visitor numbers, which can in turn help promote the development and management of museums. Free access also significantly helps to improve the services of public cultural facilities as well as the development of public-interest cultural undertakings. However, it has resulted in certain problems that require immediate action. Free access is not a simple practice but a complex, systematic project. Not all museums should be required to open free of charge. Some can adopt different and effective measures for open access at various levels, such as free entry to certain areas or during allocated time segments, low entrance prices, free tickets, donated tickets, and so on.

The Qing Palace: From a Forbidden City to a Public Heritage, Guo Changhong

The Qing Palace Museum or Forbidden City occupies a unique status among Chinese world heritage. Apart from being a cultural heritage site, it is the country’s largest museum, boasting a diverse collection of artworks. Its vicissitudes have reflected changes in the country at large over the past eighty years and echo shifts in attitudes towards cultural heritage. Therefore, to analyse aspects of the museum is to study, from a strictly archeological perspective, the evolution of the concept of cultural heritage within the historical context of China.

A New Concept: ‘Capital, My Museum’, Yao An

As Beijing’s central museum, the Capital Museum exemplifies Beijing’s urban culture and testifies to the development of the city. Against the backdrop of globalization, the Capital Museum conceived the new concept of ‘Capital, My Museum’. To help transmit this idea, the Capital Museum organized various exhibitions, bringing science, history and culture closer to the general public, and began to record the course of urban development in contemporary Beijing. Assuming the protection and conservation of the city’s diverse cultures as its solemn responsibility, the Capital Museum has undertaken to protect and display the intangible cultural heritages of the Beijing area. It has promoted many cultural and creative programmes, with the aim of building an intimate relationship between the museum and its visitors.

The Conservation of Shanghai’s Diverse Cultural Heritage, Chen Xiejun

Following substantive developments in Shanghai’s culture in technological, economic and societal terms, the conservation of Shanghai’s diverse cultural heritage has increasingly become a topic of daily conversation and has gradually entered the common consciousness. Chen Xiejun is Director of the Shanghai Museum, a role which he combines with being an executive on the Museum Association of the Asia Europe Foundation and Vice Chair of the China National Committee of the International Museum Association, Assistant Director of the Chinese Society of Museums and Assistant Director of the Shanghai Association of Museums of Culture.

A Cultural Record of the Three Gorges, Wang Chuanping

The Three Gorges heritage site and the Three Gorges Cultural Conservation Project both contributed to the establishment of the Three Gorges Museum. This gave rise to a distinctive management style and exerted enormous imaginative power through its choice of location, its architectural design, the wide publicity it received and its announced developmental targets. The completion of the China Three Gorges Museum at Chongqing met a long-standing need to protect and exhibit cultural relics from the Three Gorges. The effect has been to provide an important platform for the implementation of in-depth research, the enhancement of the culture of the Chang Jiang region and the establishment for humanity of a permanent record of the Three Gorges.

A Plan to Safeguard Kunqu Opera of Jiangsu Province, Gu Lingsen and Wang Tingxin

Kunqu opera is China’s oldest form of traditional theatre. The style has survived through the tradition and training of apprentices and through a diminishing number of extant handbooks. However, it has become increasingly difficult to pass on knowledge regarding this art form, so new strategies are being discussed for maintaining its traditions. If kunqu opera is to survive, its oral foundations must be strengthened. With the modern-day pressures of continuous public performances, greater attention must be paid to pooling the well-preserved traditions of performing ensembles with those of troupes using drama handbooks. The strength and solidity of the Kunqu Academy of Jiangsu Province is due to its ensemble of kunqu players. Businesses have made contact with the academy in attempts to keep its techniques alive and have initiated measures designed to preserve those specific to kunqu opera’s heritage. A new channel for the protection, continuance, recreation and development of China’s kunqu opera has thus been created.

Museums in Taiwan and the Development of Cultural Awareness, Chen Kuoning

This paper discusses how the government plays a dominant role in the shaping and execution of cultural policies to ensure the healthy development of museums in Taiwan, encouraging the founding of various types of museums and, through exhibitions and other cultural activities, fosters the growth of local cultural awareness among the public. Through the integration of an overall community construction scheme and a local cultural museum plan, Taiwanese people have become more attached to the conception of Taiwan as their hometown, while various activities hosted or helped by local museums have become focal points in their cultural lives.

The Yinxu Museum: the Ruins of Yin and the Yin-Shang Culture, Tang Jigen

More than 3,000 years ago there was a powerful line of kings in China known as the Shang Dynasty, the founder of which was called Yang. After the royal line was established there were seventeen generations and thirty-one monarchs between 1600 and 1046 BC a history of more than 550 years and during this period the capital city changed location several times. In about 1300 BC, the twentieth Shang king Pan Geng moved his capital to Anyang in today’s Henan Province, where it remained the Shang capital until the kingdom fell some 250 years later. In accordance with the guiding principles contained in UNESCO’s World Heritage Convention, the Yinxu Heritage Site is without doubt ‘extraordinary and universally important’. On the strength of the bronze and jade vessels alone, it is evident that a sophisticated ceremonial infrastructure developed there and constituted a cultural tradition now lost. Moreover, the oracle bone records excavated in Yinxu show the recognizable shapes of Chinese pictograms as they were written 3,000 years ago. The oracle bone script is the earliest recorded form of Chinese writing, and some of the characters are still used today in their modern form worldwide. The stated aim of the Yinxu Museum is to highlight the ‘universal value’ of this collection.

The Creation of Cultural Capital through the Showcasing of World Art: the Beijing World Art Museum at the China Millennium Monument, Wang Limei

This article takes a look at a year in the life of the Beijing World Art Museum, located at the China Millennium Monument. The museum is in the process of internationalizing its operations, taking as its mission the dissemination of knowledge and increasing understanding of world art and civilization. It has enlisted the support of a team of Chinese and foreign specialists to engage with its central problem: the lack of a proper collection. In the face of the challenges and opportunities posed by the world market, the museum is learning from the successes of some of the world’s most renowned museums. In the process, it has accumulated cultural capital by combining excellent service and efficient operation, thus reaping handsome social and economic benefits.

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Nuova Museologia, n.º 18, 2008

août 25, 2008

Foi publicado o n.º 18 da Revista Nuova Museologia. Veja em baixo os conteúdos.

Direttore Responsabile: Giovanni Pinna
Redazione: Claudia Savoiardo
Promozione e Sviluppo: Carlo Teruzzi
Relazioni esterne: Donatella Lanzeni

Articles

Giovanni Pinna
Musei di impresa pag.1

Enzo Varricchio
Il Diritto Museale, ontogenesi di una disciplina giuridica pag. 2

Monica Perillo Marcone
Lionello Venturi e i musei pag. 8

Iñaki Díaz Balerdi
Immagine e redditività: il Guggenheim Bilbao pag. 14

Matilde Russo
Il collezionismo a Catania nel Settecento pag.17

Irene Fabbri
MAMbo e la comunicazione: pragmatismo o idealismo? pag.21

Ivan Norscia, Elisabetta Palagi
Museologia multisensoriale pag. 24

Giulia Camin
Che cosa si intende per diletto? pag. 28

Sebastiano Barassi
Cesare Brandi e la conservazione dell’arte contemporanea pag. 30

Pier Federico Caliari
Villa Adriana, an ethical Museum pag. 33

Short articles

Maria Luigia Pagliani
Le Musée des monuments français pag. 38

Anna Vaglio
Giuseppe Garibaldi. Sulle tracce di un mito al Museo del Risorgimento di
Milano pag. 38

Icom France
L’exception française en question pag.39

Fonte: H-MUSEUM

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Alguns dos números anteriores estão disponíveis em:
http://www.nuovamuseologia.org/

Património Imaterial

juillet 10, 2008

O último número da revista francesa « Culture et recherche » apresenta um dossier dedicado ao Património Cultural Imaterial. Está disponível online: http://www.culture.gouv.fr/

Arts du spectacles, traditions et expressions orales, pratiques sociales, rituels et événements festifs, savoir-faire artisanaux… autant de pratiques et de connaissances transmises de génération en génération, vivantes et évolutives, par lesquelles une communauté, un groupe expriment leur identité.

Tel est le patrimoine culturel immatériel au sens de la convention adoptée en 2003 par l’Unesco et ratifiée en 2006 par la France.

La mise en œuvre de cette convention, qui nécessite la participation des communautés et qui implique de repenser la notion même de patrimoine, confronte les chercheurs et acteurs concernés à de nouvelles questions méthodologiques et scientifiques.

Ce dossier fournit une première synthèse des réflexions et débats en cours, tant dans notre pays qu’au niveau international, et présente les orientations prises en France pour la connaissance et la sauvegarde de ce patrimoine.

Conteúdos:

Actualité pages 2-9

Appels à projets
Programme national sur la connaissance et la conservation des matériaux du patrimoine : 2e cycle d’appels à projets
Résultats de l’appel à projets de recherche 2008 de la Délégation aux arts plastiques.
Le grand pari de l’agglomération parisienne

Europe
GAMA, un portail pour les arts multimédias en Europe
Lancement de la version finale du portail MICHAEL

Numérisation du patrimoine
Conservation à long terme du patrimoine numérisé
Un prix international pour le site Internet Cornemuses d’Europe et de Méditerranée

Conservation-restauration
Une nouvelle technique d’analyse par laser appliquée aux œuvres d’art (LRMH)
Sauver des eaux le patrimoine archéologique en bois (ARC’Nucléart)

Partenariats
Les Bibliothèques virtuelles humanistes
La sauvegarde des archives du Commissariat général aux questions juives

Publications
André Malraux et l’architecture
Le Corbusier. L’atelier intérieur

Dossier: Le patrimoine culturel immatériel pages 10-54
coordonné par Christian Hottin

Editorial pages 10-11

Une convention internationale et un concept récent

Une convention passe aux actes, Rieks Smeets (Unesco) pages 12-14

Une nouvelle perception du patrimoine, Christian Hottin pages 15-17

La mise en œuvre par la France de la convention de l’Unesco, Christian Hottin pages 18-19

Les sites français du patrimoine mondial face à la convention de 2003, Christian Hottin page 20

Deux nouveaux instruments juridiques de l’Unesco bien distincts : la convention sur le PCI (2003) et la convention sur la diversité culturelle (2005), Gilles Delcourt page 21

Les problématiques européennes, Bruno Favel page 22

Kate Moss et les bars de Cayenne: ethno-chic et actifs immatériels, Jocelyn Pierre et Sylvie Grenet pages 23-25

Patrimoine ethnologique et patrimoine immatériel: permanences et mutations

D’une notion l’autre, l’une et l’autre notions et leur prise en compte par le ministère de la Culture, Christian Hottin pages 26-27

Les inventaires en France, Sylvie Grenet pages 27-28

Deux études sur le patrimoine immatériel, Gaetano Garcia pages 29-31

Les enjeux de l’institution du patrimoine culturel immatériel : compte rendu du séminaire organisé au Lahic (2006-2008), Chiara Bortolotto pages 32-34

Recherche et métiers de la culture: regards croisés

L’immatériel et les musées, première approche à partir d’une enquête auprès des musées, Marie-France Calas pages 35-37

Du folklore aux musiques et danses traditionnelles, Jean-Pierre Estival pages 38-39

La Médiathèque Caraïbe et le patrimoine musical caribéen, Gustav Michaux-Vignes pages 40-41

Les corpus de la parole: patrimoine immatériel et langues de France, Olivier Baude et Michel Alessio pages 42-43

Techniques de construction en bois en Europe: entre matériel et immatériel, François Calame pages 43-45

Un programme d’archives sonores dans la Sarthe, avec la radio Fréquence Sillé, Franck Pohu page 46

Vers un portail des cultures du monde, Pierre Bois page 47

Protéger l’immatériel: les arènes de bouvine en Bas-Languedoc, Christian Jacquelin pages 48-49

Une enquête dans les Côtes-d’Armor, Inventaire et ethnologie, Odile Canneva-Tétu page 50

Débats récents pages 51-54

4e colloque de l’Ename Center, mars 2008, Gand (Belgique) page 51

La place des communautés dans les politiques du patrimoine culturel immatériel, janv. 2008, Maison des cultures du monde, Vitré page 52

Le patrimoine culturel immatériel en Europe: inventer son inventaire, nov. 2007, Institut national du patrimoine, Paris page 53

5e journée du patrimoine culturel immatériel, mars 2008, Maison des cultures du monde, Paris page 53

Festival international Jean Rouch, 27e bilan du film ethnographique, mars 2008, musée de l’Homme, Paris page 54

Museal, n.º 3

juin 17, 2008

O n.º 3 da revista MUSEAL, editada pelo Museu Municipal de Faro, já saiu e conta com a participação de investigadores portugueses e espanhóis. O tema deste número é « Museus de Fronteira. Fronteira como Museu? »

Organiza-se em quatro partes:
– O património sem fronteiras
– Museus de fronteira marítima
– Dois Museus de fronteira
– Museus das regiões de fronteira

A revista apresenta ainda os Prémios 2006 da Associação Portuguesa de Museologia e a Carta de Princípios da Rede de Museus do Algarve.

A Revista integra um Conselho Científico constriuído por António Nabais (Presidente da Assembleia Geral da Associação Portuguesa de Museologia), Clara Camacho (Subdirectora do Instituto de Museus e Conservação), João Brigola (Universidade de Évora), José da Encarnação (Universidade de Coimbra) e Rui Parreira (Direcção Regional da Cultural do Algarve).

ÍNDICE

Museus como fronteira: a raia entre Portugal e Espanha
Luís Jorge Gonçalves

O património sem fronteiras
Fronteiras de geometria variável: o Alentejo central na Pré-história | Manuel Calado
Museus, fronteiras e romanos | José d’Encarnação

Museus de fronteira marítima
Museus da fronteira marítima: o caso de Sesimbra | João Ventura
Museo Marítimo “Seno Corcubíon” | Manuel Coronilla Castro

Dois Museus de fronteira
Museu do Café Delta, em Campo Maior | António Nabais
Museu de Cáceres: um decénio de colaboração transfroenteiriça | Juan Valadés Sierra

Museus das regiões de fronteira
Los museos de la provincia de Huelva en Andalucía. Sus relaciones con Portugal | Olga Duarte Piña
Museus de fronteira no Algarve: Novos espaços, novos desafios | Dália Paulo
Los Museos de Extremadura | Maria José Pérez del Castillo
Museus das regiões de fronteira – Alentejo Entre a Renovação e a obra nova, a mudança de ciclo dos museus alentejanos | João Carlos Brigola
Museu de Francisco Tavares Proença Júnior: o caminhar de um século | Aida Rechena
Um museu numa região com fronteira – breve história do Museu da Guarda | Dulce Helena Pires Borges
Al otro lado del Niño – Presencia portuguesa em museos gallegos | Samanta Coleman Aller

Fonte: Lista de Discussão Museum

Lançamento do 6.º número da Revista Artis

décembre 29, 2007

No passado dia 20 de Dezembro de 2007 foi lançado o 6.º número da Revista Artis, publicada pelo Instituto de História da Arte da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa.

Conteúdo:

Pedro de Abreu Malheiro, Subsídios para o estudo da escultura egípcia do Império Antigo: reinado de Netjerikhet / Djoser – início da III Dinastia, pp. 15-46.

Luís Manuel de Araújo, Duas estatuetas do « Império Antigo » na Colecção Egípcia do Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, pp. 47-60.

Nuno Simões Rodrigues, A donzela de marfim. A agalmatofilia como representação estética na Antiguidade Clássica, pp. 61-71.

Tatiana Kuznetsova-Resende, A Aventura da Alma (ou a inserção de um mosaico romano no seu contexto histórico), pp. 73-92.

Raquel Fraga, O painel quatrocentista da Sé do Funchal: novos dados para o estudo material, pp. 93-120.

Vitor Serrão, O retábulo quinhentista da igreja dos santos sapateiros Crispim e Crispiniano, patronos da conquista de Lisboa aos mouros, pp. 121-138.

António João Cruz, A cor e a substância: sobre alguns pigmentos mencionados em antigos tratados portugueses de pintura – pigmentos amarelos, pp. 139-160.

Patrícia Alexandra Monteiro, Luís Urbano Afonso, Fontes para o estudo dos pigmentos na tratadística portuguesa: da Idade Média a 1850, pp. 161-186.

Jorge Rodrigues Batista, O tecto seiscentista da igreja paroquial de São João das Lampas (Sintra), pp. 187-208.

Vanessa Fragoso, Théologie et mystique des fleurs et des fruits au Portugal du XVIIe siècle, pp. 209-224.

Ricardo J. Nunes Silva, A presença do escultor polaco, José da Pax, na vila da Covilhã, nos finais do reinado de D. João V (1742-1744). Documentos Inéditos, pp. 225-234.

Maria Helena Souto, Luigi Manini e as Artes Decorativas em Portugal na 2.ª metade de Oitocentos, pp. 235-248.

Alice Nogueira Alves, Inventariar para Salvar. Mousinho de Albuquerque e a Comissão incumbida de examinar os Edifícios dos Conventos Suprimidos (1836), pp. 249-267.

Clara Moura Soares, A galeria de pintura do Restaurante « Leão de Ouro »: percursos de uma colecção, pp. 269-307.

João Medina, Eça e Rafael. Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, modelo do pintor Camilo Serrão, personagem de Eça d’A Tragédia da Rua das Flores?, pp. 309-324.

Barbara Aniello, José de Almada Negreiros, do caos à estrela dançante, pp. 325-355.

Andrés Luque Teruel, Nueva propuesta de clasificación de las esculturas planas de Picasso en París, Vallauris, Cannes y Mouguins, en 1943 a 1951. Intimidad y colosalismo, pp. 357-402.

Maria João Baptista Neto, Coleccionadores e Connaisseurs de obras de arte: Francis Cook (1817-1901) e John Charles Robinson (1824-1913) em Portugal, pp. 403-442.

Luís Marques, Antropologia do Património e da Arte, pp. 443-465.

Luís Elias Casanovas, Garry Thomson, a serenidade da competência, pp. 467-471.

Museum International n.º 235 Setembro de 2007

octobre 29, 2007

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Foi publicado no passado mês de Setembro o n.º 235 da revista « Museum International », cujo título é:

The Stakes of the Collection in the 21st Century
Les enjeux de la collection au XXIe siècle
La Colección en el Siglo XXI

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Editorial – * Isabelle Tillerot

Chapter I: Alterity and Philosophy of the Collection

San Francisco, Mexico, and the Teotihuacan Murals – Kathleen Berrin
Collection and Context in a Cameroonian Village – Steven Nelson
A Place to Work – Michael Baldwin, Charles Harrison Mel Ramsden
Para-Performative Practices and Late Modernism: on contemporary art and the museum -Matthew Jesse Jackson

Chapter II: Rethinking Universality

Introductory Remarks on the Notion of Universality – Roland Recht
The Phenomenology of Art: the site of the work of art, the space of the collection – Éric Marion
The Museum, a Universal Device – Jean-Louis Déotte
The Ethics of Collecting: universality questioned – Cécile Marceau

* Só se encontra disponível para descarregar o editorial

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« International Journal of Intangible Heritage », II vol. 2007

octobre 25, 2007

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Já saiu o 2.º número da revista « International Journal of Intangible Heritage ». Disponível em:
http://www.ijih.org/

The International Journal of Intangible Heritage is an annual refereed academic and professional English language journal dedicated to the promotion of the understanding of all aspects of the intangible heritage of the world, and the communication of research and examples of good professional practice.

Contents

Viewpoint
Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage: Key Factors in Implementing the 2003 Convention
Richard Kurin

Main Papers
Gomek Gomanan: Ritual and Power Among the Tagabawa Bagobos of Davao, Mindanao, The Philippines Honey Libertine R. Achanzar

Life and Tradition of the Ababda Nomads in the Egyptian Desert, the Junction between Intangible and Tangible Heritage Management
Jolanda E.M.F. Bos-Seldenthuis

Defining Intangible Cultural Heritage and its Stakeholders: the Case of Japan
Voltaire Garces Cang

The Problems and Opportunities of Content-based Analysis and Description of Ethnic Music
Dirk Moelants, Olmo Cornelis, Marc Leman, Jos Gansemans, Rita De Caluwe, Guy De Tré, Tom Matthé & Axel Hallez

Whalers’ Shanties of Barouallie, St. Vincent: Observations on the Nature, Decline and Revival of a Unique Caribbean Maritime TraditionDaniel Lanier & Vincent Reid

Museums and the Intangible Heritage: the Case Study of the Afrikaans Language Museum
Matilda Burden

Crossing Cultures through the Intangible Heritage: an Educational Programme about Migration in GreeceMaria Vlachaki

Short Papers, Reports & Reviews

– A Major Advance towards a Holistic Approach to Heritage Conservation: the 2003 Intangible Heritage Convention
Mounir Bouchenaki

– Project Report: the National ‘Human Living Treasures’ Programme of the Astra Museum, Sibiu, Romania
Corneliu Ioan Bucur

-2007: the Year of Jeju Folklore Project – Reviving the Cultural Heritage of Nature’s Paradise
Han Minho

– Conference Report: Tangible-Intangible Cultural Heritage: A Sustainable Dichotomy? the 7th Annual Cambridge Heritage Seminar
Charlotte Andrews, Dacia Viejo-Rose, Britt Baillie & Benjamin Morris

– Symposium Report: Only in America? Ethnographic Archives, Communities of Origin and Intangible Cultural Heritage
Martin Skrydstrup

– Project Report: Born in Europe: an International Programme on Representing Migrant Experiences in European Museums
Udo Gößwald

– Book Review
Tim Harte & Ineke Vorster. Indigenous Knowledge on the South African Landscape: Potentials for Agricultural Development (Cape Town: HSRC Press, 2006)
Patrick J. Boylan

– Brief Biographies of the Authors
– Instructions to Contributors