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Museum studies in Amsterdam and Liège

  1. 1. Training future heritage and  museum professionals at the Reinwardt Academie Amsterdam
  2. 2. Amsterdam Academic education University of Amsterdam Heritage studies Museum studies Curatorship Restoration Professional education Amsterdam School of the Arts Reinwardt Academie
  3. 3. Reinwardt Academie • 1976  Leiden • 1992  Amsterdam • about 550 students • 28 lecturers (20 fte)
  4. 4. Reinwardt Academie • Bachelor programme (1976) • Master programme (1994) • Research programme (2006)
  5. 5. Reinwardt Academie • Bachelor programme Cultural Heritage • Master programme Museology • Research programme Cultural Heritage
  6. 6. Reinwardt Academie • Bachelor programme ‐ budget € 3,500,000 • Master programme Museology ‐ € 150,000 • Research programme ‐ € 113,000
  7. 7. Bachelor programme • 4 years (240 EC) • Dutch • about 500 students • no selection • fee € 1620 / year (1 EC = 28 real hours)
  8. 8. Bachelor programme • Lectures, projects, workshops (150 EC = 62 %) • Internships (3x, 90 EC = 38 %) • Excursions (Netherlands + Paris, Berlin, London)
  9. 9. Master programme • 18 months (90 EC) • English, international • about 45 students • selection • fee € 10,000 (1 EC = 28 real hours)
  10. 10. Master programme • Lectures, projects, workshops (45 EC = 50 %) • Internship (1x, 15 EC = 17 %) • Excursions (Netherlands + Berlin) • Research project (30 EC = 33 %)
  11. 11. Collections based organisation director Curator 1 Curator 2 Curator 3 Curator 4 etc.
  12. 12. Functions based organisation Chart Title director Collections Communication Preservation Research Exhibitions Education Documentation Conservation
  13. 13. Chart Title director Collections Communication Preservation Research Exhibitions Education Documentation Conservation
  14. 14. Chart Title director Collections Communication Preservation Research Exhibitions Education Documentation Conservation
  15. 15. theory professionalism ethics practice
  16. 16. • Theory: museology ‐ body of knowledge and understanding ‐ framework for reflection ‐ following the tradition of the ICOM International Committee for Museology ‐ influence of New Museology
  17. 17. Our mission is to help people determine their place in the world and define their identities, so enhancing their self-respect and their respect for others. Tynes & Wear Museums, Newcastle (U.K.)
  18. 18. Inspiring Learning AN IMPROVEMENT FRAMEWORK FOR MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES AND ARCHIVES http://www.inspiringlearningforall.gov.uk/ 2004
  19. 19. Generic Learning Outcomes Generic Social Outcomes
  20. 20. society institution functions heritage basic parameters
  21. 21. society institution functions heritage conceptualising heritage institutions
  22. 22. historical social society institution functions internal heritage external institutional constraints professional
  23. 23. historical social society ax is institution of tfunctions ra di tio n heritage an d re ne w al institutional constraints professional
  24. 24. historical social institution functions internal heritage external institutional constraints professional
  25. 25. historical social functions internal external institutional constraints professional
  26. 26. “integrated museum” UNESCO round table,  Santiago de Chile 1972
  27. 27. “integrated museum” Integration: • Academic disciplines • Museological disciplines • Society
  28. 28. “integrated museum” Integration: • Academic disciplines • Museological disciplines • Society • Heritage disciplines
  29. 29. “integrated museum” • Access • Representation • Participation
  30. 30. research preservation communication basic functions
  31. 31. research inf man coll man exh vis serv
  32. 32. theoretical & methodological perspectives
  33. 33. Bachelor programme 1 2 3 4 heritage the field society communication I “the object” institutions audiences presentation significance cultural biography GLO’s & GSO’s II collection communication management minor minor III optional optional IV strategic business plans
  34. 34. Master programme I introduction module core modules internship 10 EC 5 x 7 EC 15 EC research project II 30 EC core modules: professional development collection development audience development product development sustainable development
  35. 35. bachelor: general competencies • 5 core responsibilities • critical reflection & body of knowledge • personal professional competencies
  36. 36. bachelor: general competencies 5 core responsibilities • to manage heritage information • to analyse, interprete and value heritage • to preserve heritage • to give access to heritage • to position a heritage institution
  37. 37. master: general competencies • philosophical and ethical competencies • public focus • organizational awareness • self‐management

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