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Dr. Tehmina Goskar | For Culture, Heritage and Museums in Civil Society Dr. Tehmina Goskar For Culture, Heritage and Museums in Civil Society Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home About me Contact me Post navigation ← Older posts Curator’s Advent. Day 24. Tea Posted on 24 December, 2016 by Tehmina Goskar Reply Tea opens up the curator’s mind. Share this: Email Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Facebook Posted in Museums | Tagged curator, curatorship, tea | Leave a reply Curator’s Advent. Day 23. The learning officer Posted on 23 December, 2016 by Tehmina Goskar Reply The invention of the curator, not the learning officer Just want to get something straight. The learning officer isn’t always ‘the fun one’ in the museum. Share this: Email Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Facebook Posted in Museums | Tagged curator, curatorship, learning | Leave a reply Curator’s Advent. Day 22. Conservation supplies Posted on 22 December, 2016 by Tehmina Goskar Reply In need of conservation supplies. Serious condensation inside a showcase Purchasing conservation supplies is retail therapy for the curator. Solander boxes. Unbleached cotton tape. Melanex sleeves. Acid free tissue. Goat hair brush. Distilled water. Tyvek. Humidity control cassettes. Nitrile gloves (S, M, L, XL). Solid brass paperclips. Book sofa. Light meter. Thermohygrometer. Plastazote. Museum gel. Share this: Email Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Facebook Posted in Museums | Tagged Conservation, curator, curatorship | Leave a reply Curator’s Advent. Day 21. Art hang Posted on 21 December, 2016 by Tehmina Goskar Reply Nothing is straight Simple, yet fiendish, the art hang requires a different set of skills to the mounting of objects in showcases or for open display. What happens when: The ceiling isn’t straight The tops of the walls aren’t straight The floor slopes The frames aren’t straight Throw out the spirit level and trust thine eyes. Share this: Email Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Facebook Posted in Museums | Tagged art, curator, curatorship | Leave a reply Curator’s Advent. Day 20. Documentation backlog Posted on 20 December, 2016 by Tehmina Goskar Reply Documentation at the Museo Nazionale Archeologico di Napoli, Italy The documentation backlog was the bees-knees museum trend of the late 1990s/early 2000s. It sailed forth amongst the arguments over access vs preservation and rose above the fights for and against perpetuity. Any curator who has the luxury today of dealing with a documentation backlog will no doubt relish the task ahead. It’s probably the nearest today’s curator will get to the Joy of Cataloguing. The depressing bits usually involve a lack of paperwork showing what belongs to the museum and what doesn’t and discovering an entire filing cabinet of ‘long-term loans’ or even ‘permanent loans’. Many modern museums will not permit time to be spent on documentation backlogs meaning that collections will be properly prepared for the post-truth era. Share this: Email Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Facebook Posted in Museums | Tagged curator, curatorship, documentation | Leave a reply Curator’s Advent. Day 19. The exhibition Posted on 19 December, 2016 by Tehmina Goskar Reply Fossils on show in gorgeous gallery at Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter. “Lights, levels, labels… and action!” The museum exhibition is the curator’s own art form. Stand aside. Share this: Email Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Facebook Posted in Museums | Tagged curator, curatorship, exhibition | Leave a reply Curator’s Advent. Day 18. Archives Posted on 18 December, 2016 by Tehmina Goskar Reply Photographic postcards displayed as museum objects in the Isles of Scilly Museum. Is an archive (series of documents) just another type of museum collection? No it is not. Archival and documentary collections are organised differently and the information they contain is (mostly) read rather than gleaned through observation, measurements and other forms of object research. However, sometimes you’re going to walk straight into Dilemma Avenue. Is a collection of photographs an archive or a set of objects? When is a manuscript book an archive and not an artefact? Context is everything. If 100 documents or papery writings come as a set you might like to threat them archivally. If you have two or three photographs as part of a donation you might be more tempted to keep them in situ and threat them as objects. What’s the most useful way you can organise archives for the benefit of your people? Share this: Email Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Facebook Posted in Museums | Tagged archives, curator, curatorship | Leave a reply Curator’s Advent. Day 17. Digitisation Posted on 17 December, 2016 by Tehmina Goskar Reply Digital photograph of me wearing neon glasses. Converting information into a digital format and preserving the data. That is all it is. Seriously. Share this: Email Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Facebook Posted in Museums | Tagged curator, curatorship, digital, digitisation | Leave a reply Curator’s Advent. Day 16. Slow death by copyright Posted on 16 December, 2016 by Tehmina Goskar 1 Nothing to see here The curator who wants to share collections freely and openly is saddened by the imperialistic appropriation of out of copyright works by virtue of creating a new slavish copy. The curator who wants to share collections freely and openly is saddened by the government licensing scheme for orphan works. The curator who wants to share collections freely and openly is saddened by the perpetuity in copyright imposed by corporate buy-outs. The curator dies bit by bit at every opportunity lost. Share this: Email Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Facebook Posted in Museums | Tagged copyright, curator, curatorship | 1 Reply Curator’s Advent. Day 15. Loan out Posted on 15 December, 2016 by Tehmina Goskar Reply Loan out: Be Against Trampled. Any curator should get excited at receiving a loan request. Traditionally addressed to “The Director,” s/he will ceremonially pass on the request to us in the know to seamlessly deal with the transaction. The particular breed of curator that usually deals with loans out (and in) are the wonderful registrars. Facilities reports all OK; insurance certificate received; condition check done; packed up and ready for shipping (transport booked?). Job done. Share this: Email Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Facebook Posted in Museums | Tagged curator, curatorship, lending, registrar | Leave a reply Post navigation ← Older posts My Latest Articles Curator’s Advent. Day 24. Tea Curator’s Advent. Day 23. The learning officer Curator’s Advent. Day 22. Conservation supplies Curator’s Advent. Day 21. Art hang Curator’s Advent. Day 20. Documentation backlog Social View tehm’s profile on Twitter View tehmina-goskar’s profile on LinkedIn View tehminagoskar’s profile on YouTube Subscribe to my blog Enter you...

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