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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - CM 2.0 Partners
    State Museums Berlin Institute for Museum Research http www smb museum ifm Museum of Fine Arts Budapest www szepmuveszeti hu Supporters The project is also supported by eleven associated partners from eleven different Member States Network of European Museum Organisations NEMO www ne mo org National Board of Antiquities Finland www nba fi en Netherlands Museum Association Netherlands www museumvereniging nl Amsterdam Museum Netherlands www amsterdammuseum nl UK Registrars Group

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - History
    report Lending to Europe was published The report identified obstacles for exchange of cultural moveable heritage between the member states of the European Union The report and the conferences resulted in The Action Plan for the EU Promotion of Museum Collections Mobility and Loan Standards 2006 More in depth analysis takes place in the book Encouraging Collections Mobility A Way Forward for Museums in Europe 2010 Whereas written documents have been produced also different expert groups have been active In 2006 during the Finnish Presidency working groups were set up to produce standard documents and proposals relating to specific areas of interest Collections Mobility is mentioned in the communication of the European Commission Brussels 10 5 2007 COM 2007 242 Final and the work plan of the Council of the European Union Brussels 2008 C 143 06 OMC committee for Mobility of Collections started working in 2008 A number of expert groups have produced surveys reports and recommendations resulting in recommendations for the EU Commission in June 2010 All the documents will be available on this website How did it start 2003 Delphi Greece 2004 Naples Italy 2004 The Hague the Netherlands Museum Collections on the Move 2005 Report Lending

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - History
    report Lending to Europe was published The report identified obstacles for exchange of cultural moveable heritage between the member states of the European Union The report and the conferences resulted in The Action Plan for the EU Promotion of Museum Collections Mobility and Loan Standards 2006 More in depth analysis takes place in the book Encouraging Collections Mobility A Way Forward for Museums in Europe 2010 Whereas written documents have been produced also different expert groups have been active In 2006 during the Finnish Presidency working groups were set up to produce standard documents and proposals relating to specific areas of interest Collections Mobility is mentioned in the communication of the European Commission Brussels 10 5 2007 COM 2007 242 Final and the work plan of the Council of the European Union Brussels 2008 C 143 06 OMC committee for Mobility of Collections started working in 2008 A number of expert groups have produced surveys reports and recommendations resulting in recommendations for the EU Commission in June 2010 All the documents will be available on this website How did it start 2003 Delphi Greece 2004 Naples Italy 2004 The Hague the Netherlands Museum Collections on the Move 2005 Report Lending

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - EU Activities
    addressing the separate topics of improving and expanding indemnity schemes and shared liability agreements at EU Member State level improving valuation processes for works of art and cultural goods and the systems mechanisms of valuation for the purposes of indemnity and shared liability simplifying and improving the process of risk assessment when lending and borrowing and making transport procedures more reliable and less expensive A REPORT ON PRACTICAL WAYS TO REDUCE THE COST OF LENDING AND BORROWING OF CULTURAL OBJECTS 2012 TOOLKIT ON WAYS TO REDUCE THE COST OF LENDING AND BORROWING OF CULTURAL OBJECTS 2012 In addition pursuant to the Work Plan for Culture 2011 2014 the Commission commissioned a study on the valuation of works of art for lending and borrowing purposes which is now finalized www eenc info news study on the valuation of works of art for lending and borrowing purposes OMC working group Mobility of collections 2009 2010 The Working Group was divided into five subgroups each of which addressed a different priority identified by Member States in relation to mobility of collections in Europe 1 State indemnity and shared liability agreements 2 Immunity from seizure 3 Long term loans 4 Prevention of theft and illicit trafficking 5 Mobility of museum professionals Exchange of expertise Experts from 25 Member States participated in this working group 5 sub groups were identified and hundreds of professionals around Europe were involved in and contributed to our work Read report as PDF STARTING POINT THE AGENDA FOR CULTURE The 2007 Commission Communication on a European Agenda for Culture in a globalizing world launched a wider reflection on the role of culture as a key element of the European integration process based on common values and a common heritage as well as on cultural diversity The three objectives of the

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - Archive
    Nacional de Antropología mnantropologia mcu es pdf manipulacion BienesCulturales pdf 11 13 November 2011 NEMO meeting Athens April May 2011 Final Event C M 2 0 Amsterdam Netherlands Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage 7 8 April 2011 International Exhibitions Organisers Group Meeting Musée D Orsay Paris France 23 25 February 2011 Training Session II C M 2 0 Budapest Hungary E U project Collections Mobility 2 0 Lending for Europe 21st Century www lending for europe eu id 211 1 3 December 2010 Training Session I C M 2 0 Antwerp Belgium E U project Collections Mobility 2 0 Lending for Europe 21st Century www lending for europe eu id 212 7 12 November 2010 ICOM General Conference Shanghai China ICOM http archives icom museum general conference2010 html 8 9 November 2010 7th European Registrars Conference Amsterdam Netherlands Stichting ERC2010 25 September 2010 10 NEMO Annual Meeting Copenhagen Denmark NEMO 30 June 6 July 2010 Summerschool Collections Management Antwerp Belgium University of Antwerp Exchange of experts History The topic of Collection Mobility was discussed and enhanced during the EU presidencies of the Netherlands United Kingdom Finland and Germany Collection Mobility in Europe Crossing Borders 2007 in Munich Germany Collection Mobility

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - Trainers
    civilisations de l Europe et de la Méditerranée Head of Collections Department 33 144 176 006 emilie girard at culture gouv fr Germany Germany Regina Linder ZKM Center for Art and Media Registrar 49 721 8100 1009 linder at zkm de Gisela Märtz Jewish Museum Berlin Head of Collection Management 49 302 599 3555 g maertz at jmberlin de Dorothea Nutt Stiftung Museum Kunstpalast Registrar Exhibition Department 49 211 899 7239 dorothea nutt at smkp de Katrin Strube Jewish Museum Berlin k strube at jmberlin de Greece Greece Alexandra Alexopoulou Hellenic Ministry of Culture Archeologist Museologist 30 21 8232 093 teme deep at culture gr Charalampos Chaitas European Parliament Brussels charalampos chaitas at europarl europa eu Anastasia Gadolou National Archeological Museum Athens 3 021 082 177 17 a gadolou at gmail com Stefanos Keramidas Hellinistic Ministry of Culture stefanosker at gmail com Anastasia Lazaridou Byzantine Museum Deputy Director 302132139565 vicedir at byzantinemuseum gr Katerina Mavromichali State Museum of Contemporary Art Department of Research Education and Conferences 30 231 058 9148 mavromichali at greekstatemuseum com Thouli Misirloglou Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art Historian of Art curator mthouli at yahoo com Marlen Mouliou Hellinistic Ministry of Culture amp Tourism Archeologist Museologist amp Heritage Curator 30 210 825 8675 mmouliou at gmail com Sofia Tsilidou Hellinistic Minstry of Culture Archaeologist Museologist 30 210 825 8688 stsilidou at culture gr Despina Zernioti Museum of Asian Art Corfu despinazernioti at yahoo gr Hungary Hungary Diana Balázs Szécsi Museum of Fine Arts Budapest 36 1 469 71 38 diana szecsi at szepmuveszeti hu Henrietta Galambos Museum of Fine Arts Budapest Head of Legal and Registrars Department 36 1469 7245 henriett galambos at szepmuveszeti hu Krisztián Fonyódi Museum of Fine Arts Legal and Registrars Department krisztian fonyodi at szepmuveszeti hu Ireland Ireland Hugh Maguire The Hunt Museum Limerick Ireland Director 353 0 61 490082 hugh at huntmuseum com Kim Smit National Gallery of Ireland 35 316 633 540 ksmit at ngi ie Italy Italy Laura Carlin Institute for Cultural Heritage Director of Museum Service 39 051 527 6631 LCarlina at regione emilia romagna it Tiziana Giuberti Galleria d arte moderne e contemporanea Ferrara Arte S p a Ferrara 39 0532 2177 91 t giuberti at comune fe it Michela Ulivi Galleria Nazionale di Arte Antica Rome 39 06 481 4591 michela ulivi at beniculturali it Latvia Latvia Ilze Knoka Literature and Music Museum Director 37 167 216 430 ilze knoka at rmm lv Ginta Gerharde Upeniece Latvian National Museum of Art Riga ginta gerharde at lnmn lv Malta Malta Martin Spiteri Heritage Malta Collections Manager 35 622 954 321 martin d spiteri at gov mt Netherlands The Netherlands The Frank Bergevoet The Netherlands Cultural Heritage Agency Coordinator CM 2 0 project manager Museometrics f bergevoet at cultureelerfgoed nl Birgit Maas University of Amsterdam Heritage Collections Special Collections and Allard Pierson Museum Loans Registrar 31 20 525 2577 b maas at uva nl Leontine Meijer van Mensch Reinwardt Acade y Amsterdam School of Arts leontine meijer at ahk

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - Training Materials
    Immunity from Seizure Stephen J Knerly Jr Kristen L Gest Hahn Loeser Parks LLP International Loans State Immunity and Anti Seizure Laws Shchkin s Case English translation Anna O Connell Immunity for Seizure Nout van Woudenberg Hillary Bauer Presentation Budapest Long term loans collection research Tuula Hamalainen Freda Matassa Long term loans introduction Freda Matassa Long term loans definition and process Freda Matassa Conditions of Long term Loan Freda Matassa

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - Past Training Courses
    with the administration of international loan of artworks teachers and professors in museology museum studies and instructors in collections management issues who were willing to take upon them the role of trainer They were asked to cascade the knowledge acquired through the training programme further to the museum workers in their country by co organising trainings on the subject after February 2011 Priority was given to candidates that were linked to a museum cultural heritage association or official body that could support his her actions both on an organisational level and financially for the sake of achieving the widest possible scope of national distribution A feedback on the progression and the results of the national trainings will be asked for by September 2011 2 Participants professionals dealing directly with the administration of international loans of artworks collection keepers registrars exhibition coordinators etc who were interested in improving and promoting the topic of mobility of collections in practice We invited them to implement the best practice concepts standards and procedures on lending and borrowing as presented in the training into their own collection management practice and to promote these standards among their colleagues Number of participants The Antwerp and Budapest venues were open each to ideally maximum 56 participants 1 Trainer 1 Participant from each of the Member States 2x26 52 2 4 Local Experts For the future Trainers and Participants who were chosen by a competition See Call for Participants the programme coverd training fee hotel maximum three nights and catering expenses Travel costs were also covered for the Trainers Selection criteria of participants Concerning Trainers as well as Participants a Call for participants had been published requiring the following information Professional CV Motivation letter Filled in Application Form For Trainers short description about the future national training Content of

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