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Symposium on climate

From: Jorgen Wadum <j.wadum<-at->
Date: Friday, December 18, 2009
International Symposium on the future of Museum Climate seen in the
    context of Global Climate Change and Energy Priority
National Gallery of Denmark
Solvgade 48-50 Copenhagen
Monday March 1, 2010

Program

    9:15        Welcome by Dr. Jorgen Wadum
                Keeper of Conservation

    9:30        Session one: Museum climate: a choice

                The Minister for Climate and Energy, opening speech
                Stefan Michalski
                Senior Conservation Scientist at CCI-ICC, Canada
                Decision models for the protection of collections.

                Sarah Staniforth
                Historic Properties Director National Trust, UK
                Climate changes and museum practices

    10:30       Discussion/summing up
                Dr. David Saunders
                British Museum, UK

    11:00       Coffee/tea

    11:30       Session two: Air quality

                Michael K. Hansen
                Head of Security and Maintenance, SMK
                Going green--challenges and possibilities

                Dr. Morten Ryhl Svendsen
                Nationalmuseet, Denmark
                Energy consumption vs. quality of indoor climate

    12:10       Discussion/summing up
                Dr. Tor Brostrom
                Gotland University, Sweden

    12:30       Lunch at SMK

    14:00       Session three: NI-regulations and EU standards

                Dr. Susanna Pettersson
                Director of Development, Finnish National Gallery
                EU-ambitions for Collections Mobility

                Dr. David Saunders
                Keeper of Conservation British Museum, UK
                Challenges and possibilities

    14:40       Discussion/summing up
                Rasmus Vestergaard
                Director SNYK and of the Danish Museum Organisation
                (ODM)

    14:50       Coffee/tea

    15:15       Session four: The museum as part of the green
                movement

                Dr. May Cassar
                UCL London, UK
                From a Low Carbon Past to a Low Carbon Future: What
                can Building Retrofit Policy learn from Museums

                Martin Fluri
                Director EPEA Kopenhagen, Denmark
                Going beyond green:  Cradle to Cradle, a strategy
                for quality and total beauty

    15:50       Final panel discussion
                Dr. Tim Padfield
                Freelance consultant in preventive conservation, UK

    16:30       Reception and visit to the special SMK exhibition
                Nature Strikes Back and RETHINK Relations, the
                National Gallery of Denmark contribution to the
                multi-venue exhibition RETHINK Contemporary Art and
                Climate Change.

                <URL:http://www.smk.dk/smk.nsf/
                    docs/238521a3da75076fc125753700310b00>

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The seminar is organised by the National Gallery of Denmark in
collaboration with The Association of Danish Museums (ODM)

Reservations for eventual last minute changes: on-line booking
facilities will be available from January 2010 at

    <URL:http://www.dkmuseer.dk/>


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