Dato:
10/12/2019 - 09:00 - 16:00
Sted:
The Hirschsprung Collection, Stockholmsgade 20, 2100 Copenhagen

How to identify, preserve and work with authenticity in House Museums and Collection Museums in the Nordic countries.

A network meeting for curators, researchers and conservator-restorers working with house museums and collection museum in the Nordic Countries.

In a museum landscape of ever increasing pressure to present success and output, it is important to remember who we are and why we are here. House and collection museums in the Nordic countries have a rich history linked to lived life, to artists and to collectors. These are museums that make history present through intimacy and atmosphere. In all this, authenticity is a prime concern. But house and collection museums also face their unique challenges. The seminar “Stay Real” brings us together to share experiences and research across disciplines such as history, conservation, cultural history, museum studies and art history.

We are proud to present the key-note:

Is there a museum in the house?
Sceptical ways of looking at house museums by Linda Young, emeritus Deakin University, Melbourne.
 
Seminar programme to follow shortly.

 

Place: The Hirschsprung Collection, Copenhagen
Time: 9 am to 4 pm
Fee: DKK 149, includes lunch and coffee
Limited capacity – book early!

The Seminar is organised by:
The Danish Network for House Museums, The Hirschsprung Collection, Faaborg Museum and The Danish Association of Art Historians.

For inquiries and suggestions, contact Rasmus Kjærboe, rkj@arthistory.dk

   

Photo: Anna Ancher’s studio, Anchers Hus.
Photos: Faaborg Museum and Malergården, a collection museum and a house museum respectively. Both are defined by an intimate experience in historic rooms.
 
Tilmeldingsfrist:
02/12/2019 - 12:00
Pris / Fee:

Dkk 149, includes lunch and coffee

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