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  • 1. TRUSTING MOBILITY WORKING GROUPS IN MUSEUMS Collections Mobility 2.0 31 de mayo – 1 de junio de 2010 Casón del Buen Retiro, Museo del Prado, Madrid
  • 2.
    • MUSEUMS MAKE A VITAL CONTRIBUTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, PLAYING A CRUCIAL ROLE IN CULTURAL EXCHANGES
    • MUSEUMS PLAY A FUNDAMENTAL ROLE IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NETWORKS OF TRUST
  • 3. EXPERIENCE IN TRUST BIZOT GROUP INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF MUSEUM DIRECTORS
  • 4. BIZOT GROUP, the 90s
    • Experts in exhibition organization from European Institutions. París, 1992, RMN
    • “ General principles for the management and exchange of works of art between institutions”
    • Code of conduct
    • Platform to convey information about the institution and the country of provenance
    • State Indemnity
  • 5. INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF MUSEUM DIRECTORS 2008
    • Directors of the leading museums and galleries
    • Contributión to the International harmonization of cultural policies of governments and institutions
    • Inspired the creation of other groups such as the IEO
    • Due to great demand for participation, a period of reflection has been established
  • 6. INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF MUSEUM DIRECTORS 2008
    • SUBJECT AREAS
    • State/Government guarantees (state indemnity)
    • Development of anti-seizure legislation in connection to illegal trafficking and restitution of collections (UNESCO, 1970)
    • Exhibition costs (loan fees, couriers and mail, etc)
    • Museum management models
    • Finantial crisis and museum economics
    • How to reconcile the preservation of collections and the use of energy in buildings, as well as storage and exhibition conditions (Prague, 2010)
    • Relations with new EU members, Russia, emerging countries, Middle East,…
  • 7. CONSOLIDATION OF TRUST LEARN FROM EACH OTHERS STANDARDIZATION GOOD PRACTICES INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF EXHIBITION ORGANIZERS (IEO and NAEO) EUROPEAN REGISTRIES GROUP CHARISMA CEN /TC 346 NEMO
  • 8. INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF EXHIBITION ORGANIZERS (IEO)
    • IEO (Barcelona, 2005) and NAEO (Roma, 2007)
    • Experts and permanent staff specialized in organizing large exhibitions
    • Together they design solutions to solve common administrative and technical problems related to the organization of temporary exhibitions
    • Common language in order to simplify procedures and save money
  • 9. INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF EXHIBITION ORGANIZERS (IEO)
    • SUBJECT AREAS
    • Loans of works of art (update of “Principles”)
    • Requirements and considerations of private lenders (limits to their demands)
    • Couriers/Mail (update of “Principles”)
    • Service contracs for mobility of collections
    • Types of insurance and complex clauses
    • State Indemnity
    • Contracts with artists and intellectual property rights
    • Copyrights/Reproduction rights
    • Joint organization of exhibition
    • How to organize an exhibition with an institution that has no collection
    • How to organize an exhibition in emerging and third world countries
    • How to organize an exhibition in times of crisis
    • Sustainability and “Green Issues”
  • 10. EUROPEAN REGISTRARS GROUP
    • Executive Board + bi-annual forum
    • Professionalize the role of Registrars
    • Promote the establishment of National Registrars Associations
    • Dissemination of information and documents via Internet
  • 11. CHARISMA Cultural Advanced Research Infraestructures: Synergy for a Multidisciplinary Aproach to Conservation /Restauration)
    • Multidisciplinary group: Universities, Museums and Research Centers
    • Ten members: Germany, Belgium, Spain, France, Greece, Netherlands, England, Italy, Poland and Portugal
    • Share resources and documents to foster scientific research in the fields of Conservation and Restauration
    • Dissemination of standars and good practices in the above mentioned fields, use of state of the art technologies and promotion of young scientists
  • 12. CENT /TC 346
    • European Standards Group for the preservation of cultural heritage
    • Terminological standardization to foster exchange and competitiveness
    • 5 working groups:
      • WG1 – General Guidelines and Terminology
      • WG2 – Analytical methods and materials´testing
      • WG3 – Asessment of conservation methos and products
      • WG4 – Environmental conditions Guidelines
      • WG5 – Packaging and transport
  • 13. NEMO (NETWORK OF EUROPEAN MUSEUM ORGANIZATIONS)
    • Network of European museum organizations that advises the EU on Museology
    • Promotes museum cooperation in Europe
    • Standardization and dissemination of models: loan contract
  • 14. NEMO (NETWORK OF EUROPEAN MUSEUM ORGANIZATIONS)
    • Network of European museum organizations that advises the EU on Museology
    • Promotes museum cooperation in Europe
    • Standardization and dissemination of models: loan contract
  • 15. Investing in our future GOOD PRACTICE IMPLEMENTATION TRAININGOF PROFESSIONALS MOBILITY OF PROFESSIONALS EUROPEAN MOBILITY GROUP
  • 16. EUROPEAN GROUP FOR COLLECTION MOBILITY
    • Implementation and dissemination of good practices at a European level
    • Training of trainers
    • Foster mobility of professionals
  • 17. EUROPEAN GROUP FOT THE MOBILITY OF COLLECTIONS
    • 5 working areas
    • State Indemnity, insurance and non insurance (comparison of 31 countries)
    • Seizure inmunity (European/national level)
    • Long term loans
    • Exchange of professionals and networks of trust
    • Measures against illegal trafficking, theft and restitution of objects (interconnection of databases)
  • 18. CONCLUSIONS
    • Advantages of teamwork
      • Peer review
      • Development of habits
      • Risk minimization
      • Most appropriate solutions
    • Requirements
      • Cooperation
      • Trust between members
      • Information exchange
      • Common goals
  • 19. We should never forget that we can build networks of trust between us, and that at the basis of our work lies in the trust society has bestowed upon us, so that we can preserve, enjoy and enrich our common heritage for future generations
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