The National Maritime Museum (NMM) in Gdansk, Poland will host the 2nd ICMM Northern European Workshop in its newly built Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew, a branch of NMM, on 22-23 May 2017
The workshop programme will consist of short presentations about current exhibitions, investments, and scientific projects carried out or planned in Northern European maritime museums.
The focus during the workshop in Tczew will be on three themes:
- conservation and making objects availabe in ’study/storage’ spaces in museums;
- education activities and working with audiences and the disabled;
- digtal documentation of archaeological objects/virtual content of museum collections
During the meeting staff of NMM will arrange guided workshop tours in the new building and nearby exhibitions in Vistula River Museum. The tours will focus on accesibility and special programmes which have been prepared for buildings like the Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew.
Workshop participants are invited to present short papers (up to 10-15 minutes) on the themes mentioned above.
CALL FOR PAPERS
WORKSHOP REGISTRATION FEE
The workshop registration fee is 70 euros per delegate.
The fee includes bus tranfer from Gdansk (main building of NMM, not the airport) to Tczew on 22nd and travel back on 23rd, lunch and dinner on 22nd and lunch on 23rd, plus coffee breaks on both days.
All delegates will be accommodated in one hotel – 40 euros per night/per person (Note: the hotel accommodation is not inlcuded in the participation fee).
Our aim, in line with the workshop model already established is to have a short, cheap, productive and effective meeting. This model keeps it affordable for both participants and organisers, even for those participants with limited travel and conference budgets.
A Registration Form can be downloaded by clicking here.
Registrations close 30 April 2017
Click here for information about the Workshop on the National Maritime Museum in Gdansk website