Events

HBIM – APPLICATIONS OF BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING FOR RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION OF REAL ESTATE

HBIM – APPLICATIONS OF BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING FOR RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION OF REAL ESTATE

The immovable heritage in Peru from different periods requires new technologies to be able to understand it and then design strategies for its conservation.

The appearance of the BIM (Building information modeling) methodology has revolutionized the design and construction sector. The HBIM (Heritage BIM), then, is shown as a high-impact technology for the conservation and management of real estate. This event brings together researchers of the UTEC real estate heritage, specialists from the culture sector, and specialists in BIM technology, in order to present the advances in the use of new technologies for the study of our heritage, as well as the challenges and opportunities.

Exhibitors:

  • Camila Capriata- Director of Monuments Management- Ministry of Culture
  • Edines Pebe-Specialist in Conservation of Real Estate Archaeological Heritage-Ministry of Culture
  • Gino Fernandez-Architect BIM Specialist with Experience in the Peru BIM Plan
  • Daniel Horna- Director of the Department of Sciences, UTEC
  • Valeria Fantozzi-Professor of the Department of Civil Engineering, UTEC
  • Luis Bedriñana-Professor of the Department of Civil Engineering, UTEC

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CYCLE OF CONFERENCES ON PREVENTIVE CONSERVATION – FEBRUARY MONTH

CYCLE OF CONFERENCES ON PREVENTIVE CONSERVATION – FEBRUARY MONTH

Doing the right thing – To reorganize a storage or no
“Museum storage is a place where most of the museum collections spend most of their lives. The main attention of collection care specialists was always focused on environmental conditions for collections in storage. However, a survey from 2011 has shown that the storage areas have become so crowded that the collections’ use has become increasingly hard. In this lecture we will focus on the RE-ORG method as a tool for reorganization and sustainable management of storages.”

  • Exhibitor: Veljko Dzikic- Head of the Preventive conservation department in The Central Institute for Conservation

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Risk management for cultural heritage
“Comprehensively identifying, prioritizing and treating the risks that affect cultural heritage is essential to guarantee its sustainability, and to optimize its benefits for society over time. This presentation introduces the basic concepts and tools for managing cultural heritage. risks (to which cultural heritage is exposed). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on heritage risk management will also be discussed ”

  • Exhibitor: Jose Luiz Pedersoli Jr. – Unit Manager, Strategic Planning ICCROM – International Center for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property

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CYCLE OF CONFERENCES ON PREVENTIVE CONSERVATION: FROM JANUARY 14 TO 28

CYCLE OF CONFERENCES ON PREVENTIVE CONSERVATION: FROM JANUARY 14 TO 28

Materials used in storage and exhibition
No material composition is permanent. New additives may cause direct or even indirect damages. Principles and guidelines for understanding and minimizing the risk of damage caused by materials used for storage or display will be presented.

  • Exhibitor: Jean Tétreault- Canadian Conservation Institute

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Specific loan conditions: criteria for transportation
The specific loan conditions per object in temporary exhibitions, the evolution of the selection criteria of materials and containers for packing and transporting cultural goods will be discussed.

  • Exhibitor: Benoit de Tapol- Museu Nacional de Catalunya

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Reflections on conservation with Gaël de Guichen: You ask and he answers
Through a participatory question and answer format, Gaël de Guichen will share the experience of his pioneering work of 50 years of preventive conservation.

  • Exhibitor: Gaël de Guichen- ICCROM Consultant

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Webinar: “FRXP spectroscopy to determine the origin of jars”

Webinar: “FRXP spectroscopy to determine the origin of jars”

“The jugs are one of the most common ceramics found in the colonial sites of the New World. In this seminar, I present the results of the analysis of jugs, visual and with portable XRF, from the sites of San Miguel de Piura and Carrizales, Peru. This study explores the possibility of chemical analysis in the field, and allows us to discuss the implications of the provenance of these ceramics for broader archaeological questions. ”

  • Speaker: Dr. Sarah Kelloway
  • Sydney Analytical, University of Sydney, Camperdown, NSW 2006, Australia

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Webinar: “Outdoor metal sculptures: preventive conservation dilemmas and realities”

Webinar: “Outdoor metal sculptures: preventive conservation dilemmas and realities”

“Outdoor metal sculptures are often covered with protective coatings to prevent further corrosion. Some coatings are non-reversible while others will fail in a matter of years. In all cases, reapplication of coatings is considered essential for their protection. In this presentation we will discuss preventive conservation for outdoor sculptures. Case studies from different contexts will be presented with the aim to initiate discussion on preventive measures that could prevent corrosion.”

  • Expositor: Dr. Stavroula Golfomitsou
  • Senior Lecturer, Department of Conservation, University of Gothenburg

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Webinar: ” Sustainable preventive conservation: agents of deterioration in context”

Webinar: ” Sustainable preventive conservation: agents of deterioration in context”

“Preventive conservation can be understood as a practice of managing a system of agents of deterioration. If this system is further managed within the context of the institution where the work is being done, preventive conservation becomes an economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable approach to the long-term preservation of cultural heritage. This talk will introduce a variety of agents of
deterioration and the impact situational context has on their management.”

  • Expositor: Dr. Joelle Wickens
  • Assistant Professor of Preventive Conservation at the University of
    Delaware and the Associate Director of the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation.

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Webinar: “Light and lighting in the museum”

Webinar: “Light and lighting in the museum”

“The light and lighting of a museum are not limited to the exhibition halls. Both also find a place in research activities, with different types of photographic shots and scientific equipment. Light and lighting are present in conservation activities and restoration and naturally in museum exhibitions, without forgetting other spaces with specific activities such as offices, technical reserves and workshops.”

  • Speaker: Jean-Jacques Ezrati
  • He has been a member of the CIE France (Commision internationale de l’eclairage- France) membre division 3 – eclairage interieur, of the ICOMCC (International Council of Museums- Conservation Committee), of the ACE (Association des concepteurs lumière et éclairagistes) and of the AFNOR (association française de normalisation).

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Webinar: “Environmental management. An innovative approach in the field of biodegradation prevention”

Webinar: “Environmental management. An innovative approach in the field of biodegradation prevention”

“Preventive conservation is a discipline whose objective has been focused on reducing and avoiding the deterioration of cultural property, by modifying the environment and proper maintenance. Recently, a new approach called” Environmental Management “has been applied, which puts into practice strategies that incorporate new concepts, including sustainability in conservation. The multifactorial analysis of all this forms a tool that must also be viable, for the control of biodeterioration agents. Environmental and preventive conservation will be analyzed in the present dissertation. ”

  • Exhibitor: Dra. Nieves Valentin Rodrigo
  • Scientific advisor specialized in biodeterioration of cultural heritage.

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Webinar: ” Art and science: deciphering a feathered blanket in the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum “

Webinar: ” Art and science: deciphering a feathered blanket in the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum “

“Working closely with the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, , I had the opportunity to perform a conservation analysis of a feathered blanket purchased by the museum in 2004. The blanket, clearly archaeological in nature, was believed by the museum staff to be indigenous to California, and to relate to a number of more recently manufactured and well-studied feathered blankets.  What I will present in this talk is my own research into the materials, technology, and context of this blanket, applying history of technology and forensic methods, i.e. art and science.”

  • Exhibitor: Ellen Pearlstein
  • Was the Senior Objects Conservator at the Brooklyn Museum in New York, where she also served as an advisor on NAGPRA. She is a professor at the University of California-Los Angeles in the UCLA/Getty Program in the Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Material, UCLA Cultural Materials Conservation, and UCLA’s Department of Information Studies.

 


Webinar: “Some image techniques applied to heritage assets”

Webinar: “Some image techniques applied to heritage assets”

“For a long time, different imaging techniques have supported research work in very different areas. Thus, assets of artistic and cultural interest in their wide variety can be studied in both their historical and conservation aspects with the help of different imaging techniques. .

The Institute of Conservation and Restoration (early 1960s) was the embryo of the current Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain and already in its beginnings some of the techniques used today in the Physical Studies Laboratory of this institution were applied. Said techniques range from photography with visible radiation, endoscopy, u.v radiation-induced fluorescence. infrared photography, infrared reflectography and radiography on film and on a digital sensor. ”

  • Speaker: Tomás Antelo
  • He has been the Operator of the IPCE Radioactive Facility. until his retirement (2015). He has designed and installed specific devices for the application of the aforementioned techniques in the IPCE, in other similar centers, as well as in on-site interventions.

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