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lunedì, luglio 07, 2014

Workshops on the Conservation and Restoration of Japanese Works on Paper and Silk at Museum fuer Asiatische Kunst, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

NATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR CULTURAL PROPERTIES, TOKYO

Workshops on the Conservation and Restoration of Japanese Works on Paper and Silk

at Museum fuer Asiatische Kunst, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

December 3rd – 5th and December 8th – 12th 2014

The National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo is pleased to announce two

workshops on the conservation and restoration of Japanese works of art on paper and silk

to take place in Berlin in December 2014. The workshops are free of charge, and will be

conducted in Japanese with consecutive English translation at Museum fuer Asiatische Kunst,

Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (Asian Art Museum, National Museums in Berlin).

Workshop 1: “Basic - Conservation of Japanese artworks on paper and silk -”

for Conservators, Restorers and Restoration Specialists, Curators, Researchers, and

Students of Asian Art and/or Restoration Sciences, December 3rd – 5th 2014

This three-day workshop is designed to introduce Japanese artworks on paper and silk through

lectures and demonstrations by Japanese specialists as well as practical exercises. Emphasis

will be on the formats, the materials and techniques, general principles of conservation and

restoration, as well as advice and practical exercises on the handling of scrolls.

Participation is limited to 20 and requires an application with the attached form part 1 by June

30th. Notification of selection will be send by e-mail on July 31th.

Workshop 2: “Advanced - Restoration of Japanese hanging scrolls -”

for Conservators, Restorers and Restoration Specialists, December 8th – 12th 2014

This five-day workshop is aimed at conservation and restoration specialists who already have

an advanced knowledge of Japanese restoration and conservation techniques. It is designed to

introduce the analysis of damages on Japanese hanging scrolls, emergency measures such as

reinforcement with paper strips (Japanese: orefuse), the removing and re-attaching of roller

rods as well as restoration techniques such as lining with Japanese paper through practical

exercises.

Applicants are required to have previously taken either “Basics for Japanese artworks

on paper and silk” or a similar Workshop of the National Research Institute for Cultural

Properties Tokyo such as JPC 2006 downward. Participation is limited to 10 and requires

registration with the attached form (part 1+2) by June 30th. Notification of selection will be

send via e-mail on July 31th.

Venue: Museum fuer Asiatische Kunst

Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

1st Floor Lecture and Event Room

via staff entrance: Takustr. 40, 14195 Berlin

Access: Subway U 3: Dahlem-Dorf , Bus X 11, X 83 (Dahlem-Dorf)

Suggestions for Accommodation:

Seminaris Campus Hotel Berlin, Takustr. 39, 14195 Berlin www.seminaris.com

Ibis hotel City West www.accorhotels.com/de/hotel-3571-ibis-berlin-city-west/

or the Motel one chain: www.motel-one.com/de/hotels/hotels-berlin.html

Application Form Part 1

for Workshop 1 “Basics - Conservation of Japanese artworks on Paper and Silk-”

for Conservators, Restorers and Restoration Specialists, Curators, Researchers, and Students

of Asian Art and/or Restoration Sciences, December 3rd – 5th 2014

Name:

affiliation / position:

e-mail:

address:

phone: facsimile:

if student, please state major: year:

Application Form Part 2

for Workshop 2 “Advanced -Restoration of Japanese Hanging Scroll-”

for Conservators, Restorers and Restoration Specialists, December 8th – 12th 2014

If you are applying for workshop 2 only, please provide details when you have previously

taken part in “Basics for Japanese Paper and silk conservation”, JCP or similar:

Please detail prior experience in conservation / restoration and in working with Japanese

materials, if any:

Please provide a short statement of interest indicating how participation is related to your

work:

Please return via e-mail to: a.hofmann_at_smb.spk-berlin.de

or via facsimile transmission to: +49-(0)30-8301-501 by June 30th 2014 at the latest.
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