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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - History
    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 to Europe 2005 Manchester United Kingdom Increasing the Mobility of Collections 2006 Austria Action Plan for the Promotion of Museum Collections Mobility and Loan Standards 2006

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - History
    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 to Europe 2005 Manchester United Kingdom Increasing the Mobility of Collections 2006 Austria Action Plan for the Promotion of Museum Collections Mobility and Loan Standards 2006

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - Good practices
    Emmaus a painting from the collection of the Kadriorg Art Museum and the three will form a separate case study presentation This is the first time the two museums the Swedish National Museum and the Art Museum of Estonia have worked in cooperation The presentation has been assembled in the framework of the Trans European Collection Mobility Project www codart nl exhibitions details 2479 Aleksandra Murre curator and manager of

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - Good practices
    anniversary exhibition Unveiling Masterpieces 11 September 2010 24 April 2011 The paintings on loan from Sweden The disobedient prophet ca 1630 by Lambert Jacobsz and The tribute money ca 1631 by Jacob Adriaensz Backer will be displayed together with The supper at Emmaus a painting from the collection of the Kadriorg Art Museum and the three will form a separate case study presentation This is the first time the two museums the Swedish National Museum and the Art Museum of Estonia have worked in cooperation The presentation has been assembled in the framework of the Trans European Collection Mobility Project www codart nl exhibitions details 2479 Aleksandra Murre curator and manager of collection of the Kadriorg Art Museum Art Museum of Estonia told that the Antwerp training was also useful for the loan project between our museum and Nationalmuseum in Stockholm because our registrar met there with the registrar from Nationalmuseum who was dealing with our loan After personal contact it became much easier to proceed with work 1 Jacob Backer Tribute Money Ca 1631 Oil canvas 139 x 159 cm Nationalmuseum Stockholm 2 Lambert Jacobsz The Supper at Emmaus Ca 1630 Oil canvas Art Museum of Estonia Kadriorg Art

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - Good practices
    anniversary exhibition Unveiling Masterpieces 11 September 2010 24 April 2011 The paintings on loan from Sweden The disobedient prophet ca 1630 by Lambert Jacobsz and The tribute money ca 1631 by Jacob Adriaensz Backer will be displayed together with The supper at Emmaus a painting from the collection of the Kadriorg Art Museum and the three will form a separate case study presentation This is the first time the two museums the Swedish National Museum and the Art Museum of Estonia have worked in cooperation The presentation has been assembled in the framework of the Trans European Collection Mobility Project www codart nl exhibitions details 2479 Aleksandra Murre curator and manager of collection of the Kadriorg Art Museum Art Museum of Estonia told that the Antwerp training was also useful for the loan project between our museum and Nationalmuseum in Stockholm because our registrar met there with the registrar from Nationalmuseum who was dealing with our loan After personal contact it became much easier to proceed with work 1 Jacob Backer Tribute Money Ca 1631 Oil canvas 139 x 159 cm Nationalmuseum Stockholm 2 Lambert Jacobsz The Supper at Emmaus Ca 1630 Oil canvas Art Museum of Estonia Kadriorg Art

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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 - EU Activities
    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 Agenda were the promotion of cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue the promotion of culture as a catalyst for creativity in the framework of the Lisbon Strategy for growth and jobs and the promotion of culture as a vital element in the Union s international relations In order to implement these objectives the European Agenda

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  • Lending for Europe - Collections Mobility - EU Activities
    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 Agenda were the promotion of cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue the promotion of culture as a catalyst for creativity in the framework of the Lisbon Strategy for growth and jobs and the promotion of culture as a vital element in the Union s international relations In order to implement these objectives the European Agenda

    Original URL path: http://www.lending-for-europe.eu/eu-activities/aa/2/ (2014-06-20)
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