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Call for Papers: MIDAS – Museus e estudos interdisciplinares

A revista MIDAS – Museus e Estudos Interdisciplinares está a aceitar artigos e recensões para o 1.º número que será publicado no último trimestre de 2012. O data limite é já dia 31 de março.

MIDAS é uma nova revista dedicada aos museus. É digital e semestral. Sobre a missão, gestão editorial e comité científico da revista consulte o site: ou a página no facebook:

Este “call for papers” não é temático. A revista aceita artigos que favoreçam a abordagem interdisciplinar e a problematização de temas no contexto do mundo dos museus, incluindo os seguintes domínios: Teoria dos Museus; Museus na Sociedade; Gestão de Museus; Conservação; Estudos de Públicos, Comunicação e Mediação; Políticas e Práticas de Exposição; Museus e Patrimónios; Novas Tecnologias; Arquitetura de Museus; História de Museus/Coleções; e Gestão de Coleções.

Submissão de artigos:
– português, espanhol, francês e inglês
– até 6 000 palavras (sem bibliografia incluída), ou cerca de 40 000 carateres (incluindo espaços)
– Microsoft Word, Times New Roman, 12
– Sistema Autor-Data do “Chicago Manual of Style”

Submissão de recensões:
– em português, espanhol, francês ou inglês
– publicações nacionais e internacionais (menos de 2 anos); e exposições
– até as 1500 palavras ou aproximadamente 10 000 carateres (incluindo espaços)
– Microsoft Word, Times New Roman, 12

Mais informação sobre as normas de publicação aqui:

Os textos devem ser enviados para:

University Museums and Collections Journal 1/2008


Divulgamos o aparecimento de mais uma revista sobre museologia –
University Museums and Collections Journal! Foi recentemente publicado o primeiro número e os artigos estão inteiramente disponíveis aqui:

About the Journal
The University Museums and Collections Journal is a peer-reviewed, on-line journal for the proceedings of the International Committee for University Museums and Collections (UMAC), a Committee of the International Council of Museums (ICOM). The Journal will appear at least once a year. It is completely on-line and no hard-copy formal publication is available. However, the Journal is an Open Access journal and is available free of charge or printing on demand is available at cost price.

The goals of the University Museums and Collections Journal are to provide global, inclusive access and distribution and to improve the museums, galleries and collections within universities worldwide by stimulating discussion of relevant issues and concerns.

Funding and Support
UMAC is responsible for the major costs of the Journal. It receives additional support from Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, in the form of a guarantee that the Journal will be archived and its information will be accessible in the future.

The International Council of Museums (ICOM) provided a special grant to get the Journal started.

With your membership, UMAC is able to publish the Journal. UMAC, as an International Committee of ICOM, receives funding from ICOM according to the number of its members. If you have found the
Journal helpful, please support its existence by joining ICOM and choose UMAC as your Committee of choice!

Copyright Policy
The International Committee of University Museums and Collections expects that authors will assign copyright to the University Museums and Collections Journal. The journal then routinely grants permission to authors for subsequent use of their materials, formally transferring copyright thereto if deemed necessary.

e-conservation n.º 5, 2008

Já se encontra disponível para download livre o número cinco da revista e_conservation em:



First ARP Seminar: From Practice to Theory – Master and PhD Research
30-31 May 2008, Lisbon, Portugal
Review by Rui Bordalo

A Look into the Past. “North Oltenia, Monuments Founded by Boyars” Symposium
8-11 May 2008, Tismana, Romania
Review by Anca Dina

Announcements, Awards, Publications

Education of Restorers in Ladakh, India
South North Project in Germany between ASA and THF Participants
By Suzy Hesse

Upcoming Events
July to August 2008

Is Minimal Intervention a Valid Guiding Principle?
By María Rubio Redondo

Conservation of Historic Monuments
The Restoration of Tsas Soma Mosque, Leh, Ladakh, India
By André Alexander and Andreas Catanese

A Romanian Copy of an Italian Painting.
The case of Daniele da Volterra’s “Descent from the Cross” by Petre
Alexandrescu at Antim Monastery in Bucharest
By Oana and Dumitru Gorea

Conservation and Restoration of the Historic Furniture from the
“Laboratorio Chimico” of the University of Coimbra. Methodology and
Intervention Criteria
By Carlos José Abreu da Silva Costa

Spain: the European Lacuna / España: la laguna europea
By Christabel Blackman Patterson

Lucas Cranach the Elder: Painting Materials, Techniques and Workshop Practice.
Review by Rui Bordalo

Para efectuar o download da revista, visite:

Podem enviar comentários e sugestões para o email: ou então podem utilizar o fórum do site.

e-conservation n.º 4, 2008

Já se encontra disponível para download livre o número quatro da revista e_conservation em .


Conference Review
The Object in Transition: A Cross-Disciplinary Conference on the Preservation and Study of Modern and Contemporary Art
Organiser: The Getty Conservation Institute
24-26 January 2008, Los Angeles, California
Review by Christabel Blackman

Conference Review
Conservation-Restoration Workshop for the Artistic Components of Historic Monuments
Organiser: Romanian Ministry of Culture and Cults
20-21 March 2008, Bucharest, Romania
Review by Anca Dina

2008 Worksites
Conservation of the Mural Paintings from the Church of the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel – “Mantuleasa”, by Simona Patrascu and Anca Nicolaescu

*Upcoming Events: April to June 2008

VARIM – A Useful System for Acquiring and Composing Images in Painting
Analysis Techniques, by Juan Torres, Alberto Posse, José Manuel Menéndez, Araceli Gabaldón,
Carmen Vega, Tomás Antelo, Marián del Egido & Miriam Bueso

Materials Used in Romanian Manuscripts from 15th to 19th century – Stereomicroscopy, by Mihai I. A. Lupu

Georges de Batz. The Mysterious Case of an Art Collector Extraordinary Found by Examination of a Painting, by Niccolo Caldararo

Survey and Drawing for a Conservation – Restoration Project. A Study for Genoa and Savona, by Giulia Pellegri

*Case Study
Saving the Materiality and Spirituality of a Living Church Mural Ensemble, Surpatele Monastery, 1706, by Anca Nicolaescu and Simona Patrascu

*Heritage in Danger
Emergency and Preventive Conservation of Abandoned Churches in Transylvania, by Peter Pal and Lorand Kiss

ICOM News: "Universal Heritage"


Publicado recentemente, o n.º 3-4 ICOM News 2007 apresenta os artigos seguintes:

– Message from the President
by Alissandra Cummins

Resolution No. 1: Protection and Promotion of Universal Heritage with Respect for Cultural and Natural Diversity (S.O. 1)
MAC and the Caribbean Inventory on the Slave Route Project
by Ieteke Witteveen,
President, Museums Association of the Caribbean (MAC), Director, National Archeologisch & Anthropologisch Museum (Curaçao)

Interview with Regine Schulz – Chairperson, Resolutions Committee 2007

Resolution No. 2: Accessibility of Information and Communication (S.O.2)
Towards the Creation of an ICOM Digital Resources Centre
by ICOM-Secretariat: Carla Bonomi, Webmaster, Asghar Hassanzadeh, Archivist, Lysa Hochroth, Editor and Elisabeth Jani, Documentalist

Resolution No. 3: Informing Museums on Intellectual Property Issues
Response from the Ethics Committee
Bernice Murphy,
Chairperson, ICOM Ethics Committee

Resolution No. 4: Preventing Illicit Traffic and Promoting the Physical Return, Repatriation and Restitution of Cultural Property
On Restitution, Exhibitions and Heritage
Patrick Effiboley,

Resolution No. 5: Disaster and Emergency Planning
ICOM-SEE, Regional Groups and MEP/TIEM
Mila Popovic – Zivancevic,
Chairperson, ICOM-SEE, Working Group of ICOM-Europe for South East Europe, Conservator Councillor, Head of “Diana” Department for Preventive Conservation, National Museum in Belgrade

Resolution No. 6: Promoting Sustainable Development (S.O.2)
Case Study – Hasankeyf: a Medieval Site Threatened by the Ilisu Dam

Resolution No. 7: Championing Higher Standards and Professional Development (S.O.3)
UMAC & the Latin American University Museums Network
William Alfonso López Rosas,
UMAC, Professor, Director of the Museo de Arte and the MA in Museology and Cultural Heritage Management, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Resolution No. 8: Improving the Consultative and Decision Making Process (S.O.4)
There might be some turbulence on our flight to Shanghai 2010…Knut Wik,
Chairperson, Advisory Committee

More Articles:

Historic Meeting of ICOM Former Presidents and Honorary Members
Voices of Young Bursaries
From Interviews with Jehanne Fabre, Editorial Assistant, ICOM-Secretariat
Diversity at the ICOM 2007: a newcomer’s observations
Clara Arokiasamy,
Chair, London Mayor’s Heritage and Diversity Task Force and Independent Consultant/Adviser

Artigos publicados em ICOM News, Vol. 60, No.3-4, 2007

Pode consultar o resumo destes artigos no seguinte endereço:

e-conservation n.º 3, 2008


O 3.º numero da revista e_conservation já foi publicado. Está totalmente disponível online:


New Website
Cultural Heritage Conservation Events

Conference Review
I Heritage Conference, Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa
14-15 February 2008, Lisbon, Portugal

Upcoming Events

February – April 2008

John Asmus, from Lasers to Art Conservation

Conservation of Archeological Objects
Preservation and Conservation of Mummies and Sarcophagi
by Gian Luigi Nicola, Marco Nicola and Alessandro Nicola

Material Studies and Characterisation
Materials Used in the Chinese Textiles
from the National Museum of Art of Romania
by Ileana Cretu and Mihai I. A. Lupu

Case Study
Saving the Materiality and Spirituality of a Living Church Mural Ensemble, Surpatele Monastery, 1706
by Anca Nicolaescu and Simona Patrascu

Conservation Education in Portugal

Conservation Organisations in Europe
ARP – Professional Association of Conservators-Restorers of Portugalby André Varela Remígio

Modern Heritage Documentation for Conservation and Cultural Development
in the Mediterranean Region, an Interdisciplinary Approach and Postcolonial Perspective

by Annarita Lamberti

e_conservation, n.º 2, 2007


O 2.º numero da revista e_conservation já foi publicado. Está totalmente disponível online:


2007 Worksites
Medieval Values Discovered at the Assumption Church, Cepari Village, Argeş, Romania (1752)
by Mihail Gabriel Bîrhală

Events Review
Lecture on Preventive Conservation of Contemporary Art
30 November 2007, Sintra, Portugal

Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development of Historical Cities in Asia
4-5 December 2007, Berlin, Germany
by André Alexander

Upcoming Events
December 2007 to February 2008

Cultural Project
The Sibiel Cultural Centre, Ecomuseum – Contemporary Art Gallery
by Ovidiu Daneş

Material Studies
An Alteration Phenomenon of Cinnabar Red Pigment in the Mural Paintings from Sucevita
by Ioan Istudor, Anca Dină, Geanina Roşu, Doina Şeclăman and Gheorghe Niculescu

Conservation of Contemporary Art
Reconstructing a 1972’s Neon Light Installation at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto
by Filipe Duarte

The Church of “The Beheading of St. John the Baptist” from Arbore – Previous Interventions from the Perspective of Derestoration
by Anca Dină and Oliviu Boldura

Conservation Organisations in Europe
Chamber of Restorers in Slovakia
by Barbara Davidson

The Crucifixes of Marginime
by Ovidiu Daneş

Documentation for Architecture Conservation:
La Villetta Cemetery in Parma, Italy (part 2)

Formal References in Funerary Architecture
by Maria Carmen Nuzzo

The Urban Planning of Parma Cemeterial System
by Silvia Ombellini

The Master Plan for the Safeguarding and Restoration of La Villetta
by Elisa Adorni

The Virtual Museum – The Memory of the Cemetery Heritage
by Simone Riccardi

Lost City, Resumed Architectures
a book by Michela Rossi,
reviewed by Federica Ottoni

LACONA VI Proceedings
(Laser in the Conservations of Artworks)
reviewed by Rui Bordalo


Divulgamos aqui o primeiro número da revista, que já se encontra disponível online para descarregar.

INDEX – No. 1, October 2007

*News – 2007 Summer Worksites

*The Conservation of the Mural Paintings from the Assumption Church, Humor
Monastery, Romania
By Teodora Poiata and Rui Bordalo

*The Lamo Centre at the Munshi House, Leh, Ladakh
By Anca Nicolaescu

*Conference Review
Directions in Preventive Conservation,
26-29 September 2007, Sibiu, Romania

*Open Access
Introduction: Discussion of e-conservationline Poll Results

*Interview with Ioan Istudor
A Lifetime Dedicated to Conservation Science
By Anca Nicolaescu and Teodora Poiata

*Conservation Project
Leh Old Town – Conservation Project, Ladakh, Indian Himalayas
By André Alexander and Andreas Catanese

*Conservation of Paintings
Choosing Varnishes. In Between the Concept and the Reality Falls the Practicing
By Christabel Blackman

*Care of Collections
Creating Enclosures Using Microsoft Excel
By Shelagh Linklater

*Case Study
The Church of Sucevita Monastery – The Conservation of Mural Paintings
By Anca Dina

*Conservation Education in Belgium
By Rui Bordalo

Information and Knowledge. Management of Cultural Heritage
Case Studies from the Work of the Foundation for Information Society
By Lia Bassa

*Documentation for Architecture Conservation:
La Villetta Cemetery in Parma, Italy
Cemeteries as Heritage Monument
By Michela Rossi

*La Villetta, the Main Cemetery in Parma
By Michela Rossi

*A Cemetery Information System
By Cecilia Tedeschi

*Heritage in Danger
Introduction; Call for Papers

*Book Review
Introduction to the Preventive Conservation of Textiles
A book by Christos Karydis

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