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Workshop on low energy climate control

From: Morten Ryhl-Svendsen <morten.ryhl-svendsen<-at->
Date: Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Workshop on low energy climate control in museums and archives
Copenhagen
26-30 October 2009

Course aim: To inform conservators, curators and museum managers, as
well as architects and engineers, about the basic science of climate
control and building  construction, so that they become better
equipped to discuss technical details of building projects. The
motivation to offer this course is the perceived education gap
between conservators and curators on the one hand and building
engineers and architects on the other. The aim is to bring these two
groups into discussion range and thus enrich the present system of
exchanging stiff specifications with a measure of creative dialogue.

Teachers:

    Poul Klenz Larsen and
    Morten Ryhl-Svendsen
    National Museum of Denmark

    Tim Padfield
    Consultant in museum climate

Language: English
Price: EUR 600.

Because there is practical group work, the number of participants is
limited to 30 maximum.

The workshop is arranged in collaboration with the School of
Conservation of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, in
Copenhagen, Denmark.

Please find full announcement including course program, and
information on how to register at:

    <URL:http://www.padfield.org/
        tim/wiki/index.php/Storage/Announcement>

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