Event (completed)
Location
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

EU Project »Academic Heritage and Universities – Responsibility and Public Access«

10.–11. February 2001

Saturday, 10th

The University Museum - Achieving Public Access
Chair: Professor Jochen Brüning, Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik, Berlin, Germany

Projects and visions within the network (brief surveys/papers, discussion
Going public (I): »Musei di Palazzo Poggi«
Professor Walter Tega and Professor Raffaella Simili, Università di Bologna, Italy

Going public (II): »Theatrum naturae et artis«
Professor Jochen Brüning, Berlin

The Vision of a University museum in Halle-Wittenberg
Kanzler Wolfgang Matschke and Professor Jürgen Stolzenberg, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

Going public (III): Setting up a Virtual Gallery
Dr. Eszter Fontana, Museum of Musical Instruments, Universität Leipzig, Germany

Visit of Theatrum naturae et artis of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Professor Jochen Brüning and Dr Cornelia Weber, Berlin

Briefing I: EU Project »Academic Heritage and Universities« – workplan, finances, and provisional timetable Mr Patrice Wegener, Project co-ordination, Martin-Luther-Universität, Germany

Work session I: A Directory of European University Collections
Chair: Dr Simon Chaplin, The Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons of England & Dr Steven de Clercq, Senior consultant Academic Heritage, Holland

Presentation of the sub-project (paper), discussion
Co-ordination & related issues

Public lecture: »The Return of the Object«
Professor Jochen Brüning, Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik, Berlin, Germany

Sunday, 11th

Work session II: Travelling Exhibition »Objects of Knowledge«
Mr Achim Lipp, Senior Museum Consultant, Germany & Mr Patrice Wegener, Project co-ordination, Martin-Luther-Universität, Germany

Presentation of the sub-project, discussion
Co-ordination issues

Work session III: Virtual Gallery - the network's »electronic business card«
Presentation of the sub-project, discussion
Co-ordination issues

Network issues
Chair: Dr Steven de Clercq, Senior consultant Academic Heritage, Holland & Mr Patrice Wegener, Project co-ordination, Martin-Luther-Universität, Germany

Internal structure & relationship with other projects, bodies (ICOM ...)
»Long term« Perspectives

Briefing II: EU Project - the next steps ahead
Mr Patrice Wegener, Halle

Concluding remarks

Siehe auch: Universeum. European Academic Heritage Network




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Interdisciplinary Laboratory Principal Investigators
Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik Alumni , Professorships
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Cornelia Weber
Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik Alumni
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