New dendro-researcher in CATS

New dendro-researcher in CATS

  CATS appoints Andrea Seim as new dendro-researcher Andrea has over ten years of experience in the field of dendrochronology, both in dating archaeological and historical material and in relating tree growth to climate. She worked in dendroarchaeological laboratories in South Germany (Bavarian State Department for the Protection of Monuments ...

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A Dark Future? Results from a research project

A Dark Future? Results from a research project

  Research on the darkening of drawings containing lead white In a CATS-project supported by the Ministry of Culture (Kulturministeriet Forskningspulje), researchers from the School of Conservation (KADK) and the National Gallery of Denmark (SMK) with the Royal Library as an external partner, have undertaken a thorough investigation of old mas...

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Permanence in Contemporary Art – Cheking Reality

Permanence in Contemporary Art – Cheking Reality

A seminar arranged by the National Gallery of Denmark in collaboration with The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark and supported by the International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art – INCCA. November 3-4th 2008   The Conservation and Curatorial Department at the National Gallery of Denmark and the Roy...

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Museum climate seen in the context of Global Climate Change

Museum climate seen in the context of Global Climate Change

 © Thomas Saraceno, Biosphere   An international symposium held at the National Gallery of Denmark, March 1st 2010 How can we create exhibitions and expose our common cultural heritage in a sustainable way which is also acceptable for future generations? How can museums be run in a more CO2 neutral way while simultaneously guaranteeing an [&he...

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