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Int'l Workshop on Flexible Materials in Asian Collections Exchange of Approaches to Conservation, Presentation and Use

Published: 2003
Price: Free
Publisher: ASEF
Status: Out of Stock
Pages/Weight: 237 pages / 663 g
Related project: ASEMUS 2003: International Workshop On Flexible Materials In Asian Collections

The International Workshop on Flexible Materials in Asian Collections was held from 7th to 25th April, 2003. The meeting was an in-depth discussion on a broad range of Asian tangible cultural materials and its respective needs for support and handling as part of an ongoing collaboration between Asian and European Museums. This volume is a post event publication of the above event including a brief report on the workshop and working papers on

  • the diversity of value of flexible materials like bamboo and its utilization for craft and its preservation,
  • the preservation and conservation of archive materials,
  • the application of digital technology to museum collection management,
  • the integrated pest management and many other related topics.

Readership: Curators, researchers, academics students and professionals interested in cultural heritage and museum study.

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