Annual Conference 2004, Berlin (Germany)

20 years ago

»Art Applied to History«

Host: Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum),
Unter den Linden 2, 10109 Berlin, Germany


Saturday, 4 September 2004

12.00 ICDAD board-meeting
Deutsches Historisches Museum
13.00 Registration: Pei-exhibition hall
14.00 Opening of the conference
Words of welcome:
Hans Ottomeyer, host
Elisabeth Schmuttermeier, President of ICDAD
14.30 "The object as historical source"
  Emperor Wilhelm II. and the Dragon Style
Widar Halen
  Florida History
Marianne Lamonaca
  Case Study of Wolfsonian Object
Sarah Schleuning
19.30 Welcome reception at the Pei-exhibition hall,
Deutsches Historisches Museum

Sunday, 5 September 2004

09.30 "Works of Art and History" Session I
Deutsches Historisches Museum
  Symbol-Ornament- Form and History in the Decorative Arts and Design. Some Examples for Interrelations
Rainald Franz
  Furniture and History (Danish West Indies)
Inge Mejer Antonsen
  Fantasies of the Past. Revival Style Writing-desks in the Bavarian Castles of King Ludwig II.
Afra Schick
  Created in Berlin, collected in Basel
Burkard von Roda
12.30 Lunch at the Deutsches Historisches Museum
13.30 Excursion to Potsdam by bus
14.30 Schloss Glienicke
"Historic Design
hosted by Samuel Wittwer
17.00 Marmorpalais
Questions of Display
hosted by Burkhardt Göres
18.30 Departure for Potsdam downtown and Berlin

Monday, 6 September 2004

  Full-day excursion by bus

07.30 Departure from the Deutsches Historisches Museum
hosted by Hans Ottomeyer
09.30 Torgau Palace
"Faith & Power", Saxony in the Europe of the Reformation Era
hosted by Harald Marx and Eckhardt Kluth
12.30 Lunch
17.00 Dresden Palace
Opening of the "Grünes Gewölbe"
Welcome and reception by Dirk Syndram
19.30 Departure for Berlin
22.30 Arrival in Berlin

Tuesday, 7 September 2004

  Kunstgewerbemuseum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin,
Tiergartenstr. 6, 10785 Berlin
10.00 Words of Welcome
Angela Schönberger, director
  "Works of Art and History" Session II
  Glass, Museum of Applied Art Berlin
Susanne Netzer
  Four Bustelli Chinese Figurines at the National Museum of Slovenia
Mateja Kos
  The Works of medieval illustrated Embroidery as historical Objects
Alexander Silkin
  The Art Cabinet of the Duke of Pomerania
Barbara Mundt
12.30 Lunch
13.30 Departure to Spandau and Köpenick
  Storage of the Deutsches Historisches Museum in Berlin-Spandau
Arms and armour - furniture - scientific instruments
hosted by Hans Ottomeyer, Leonore Koschnick and Gerhard Quaas
  Schloss Köpenick
Furniture and exhibition design
hosted by Angela Schönberger and Achim Stiegel

Wednesday, 8 September 2004

  Deutsches Historisches Museum, Auditorium
09.00 "Museums applied to History"
  Museums and History
Hans Ottomeyer
  Collections goals, Resources, Opportunities and Challenges in a modern decorative Art Museum?
Zsusanna Lovay
  DNA from Blood, Sweat and Tears in a Royal Collection
Sofi Ernstell
12.00 Marketplace for new projects, exhibitions and research
  The Bequest of Carlo Scarpa at the MAK
Rainald Franz
  New Branch of the UPM (Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague)
Helena Koenigsmarková
13.00 Lunch
13.30 Press conference "Museums of applied Art - an endangered Species"
14.00 Excursion through Berlin by bus
New architecture and 20th century design
guided by Christian Hajer
17.00 Broehan Museum
hosted by Ingeborg Becker, director
18.30 Reception at the Broehan Museum

Thursday, 9 September 2004

  Full day excursion by bus
08.00 Departure from Deutsches Historisches Museum
hosted by Hans Ottomeyer
11.00 Schloss Schwerin
hosted by Kornelia von Berswordt-Wallrabe, director,
guided tour by Claudia Schönfeld and Ian Richardson
12.30 Lunch at "Schweriner Schlosscafé"
14.00 Schloss Ludwigslust
hosted by Karin Annette Möller,
guided tour by Gero Seelig and Claudia Schönfeld
17.30 Schloss Rheinsberg
hosted by Detlef Fuchs,
guided tour by Mr. Adam
19.30 Farewell dinner at Schloss-Hotel "Deutsches Haus", Seestraße 13, 16831 Rheinsberg