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Conference and workshop on knowledge management and imaging

From: Meg Wang <megwang<-at->
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2009
National Palace Museum (NPM) Experience:
Conservation Database of Artifacts:
Artifacts Knowledge Management Conference and
Techniques in Digitization Workshop

National Palace Museum
Taipei, Taiwan
23-24 July 2009

The Conservation and Preservation Department of the National Palace
Museum joined "The National Digital Archives Program (NDAP)" in 2005
to implement the Conservation Database of Artifacts (sub-project 5).
The mission of this project is threefold: firstly, retrospective
digitization of existing records, which has been produced since the
early 1970s; in addition to future digital documentation; and
finally to incorporate this new Database into the National Palace
Museum's collection management system. Thus, the aim of Artifacts
Knowledge Management can be achieved by one single retrieval system.

Our conservation treatment and radiography of artifacts have been
historically documented in print form, including paper files,
annotated drawings and film-based images: photographs, negatives and
X-radiographs. By carrying out this digital archive project, we are
able to review the state of conservation documentation in paper
format, to solve the backlog, and to catalogue the film-based
images. Therefore, one of the primary goals of this two-day
symposium is to share our practice methodologies for the
digitization of existing handwritten documentation and for the
digitization of conservation images and X-radiographs. Besides, the
complex issues of access to conservation information will be also
discussed.

The conference invites speakers who specialize in the field of
'computed radiography' and 'digitization of conservation
documentation'. We hope to dialogue with conservation community
world widely and to brainstorm with museum colleagues about the
ideas of conservation database as a means to Artifacts Knowledge
Management and the methodologies for the digitization in
conservation records and radiography.

Programme:

23 July 2009
Conference

    Lee, Swee Mun
    Conservation Documentation in Digital Form: a Singaporean Case

    Li, Tzu-Ning
    The Making of National Taiwan Museum Collection Management
    System (NTMCMS) And Its Application on Conservation Record

    Lin, Li-Wei
    Application on Computed Radiography in Cultural Relics

    O'Connor, Sonia
    Assessing Computed Radiography and Other Filmless Radiographic
    Capture Systems for the Investigation of Cultural Materials

    Wang, Chuping Meg
    Introduction to the Conservation Database of Artifacts at the
    National Palace Museum

    Wang, Chuping Meg
    Application on Computed Radiography in the National Palace
    Museum

    Wu, Shao-Chun:
    On Implementation of Museum Conservation Information System From
    the Viewpoint of Museum Information Organization

24 July 2009
Workshop

    Exercise A: Conservation Metadata Entry
    Exercise B: Conservation Image Digital Process
    Exercise C: X-ray Image Digital Process

Registration Guide: Online registration, starting from 1 June 2009
until 19 June 2009.

Conference maximum capacity: 200-250 people
Workshop maximum capacity: 45 people

Official website:

    <URL:http://www.npm.gov.tw/en/home.htm>

Contact:

    Ms. Chuping Meg Wang
    Conservation and Preservation Department,
    National Palace Museum
    Taipei, Taiwan
    +886 2 28812021 ext 2719
    megwang<-at->npm<.>gov<.>tw




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