ICOM Triennal Meeting and ICDAD Annual Conference 2001, Barcelona (Spain)

23 years ago

ICOM conference theme: »Managing Change: the Museum Facing Economic and Social Challenges«

ICDAD theme: »Issues in Progressive Design«

Host: Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC)


Saturday, 30 June 2001

16.00 - 18.30 Registration and General Information
at Palau de Congressos (PC), Montjuic

17.30 ICDAD Board Meeting with Dinner at 20.30

Sunday, 1 July 2001

08.30 - 19.00 Registration continues
at Palau de Congressos (PC), Montjuic
09.30 - 10.30 Inauguration of the 19th ICOM Conference
at Palau de Congressos
11.00 - 17.30 ICOM General Assembly
Key Note Speeches at Palau de Congressos
12.00 Museum Management in the media society
Manuel Castells, University of California, Berkely
13.00 Museum Managent in the 20th and the new models for the 21st century
Lluis Monreal, Former ICOM Secretary
14.00 - 15.00 Lunch
16.00 Ethical Limits of Museum Funding
Philippe Durey, General Administrator of the Reunion des Musées Natinaux in France
16.45 Museum Management Aimed at Community Welfare
Dr. George Abungu, General Director of Museums in Kenya
20.00 Reception hosted by the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC) at Palau Nacional

Monday, 2 July 2001

09.00 - 13.00 Joint meeting ICDAD and GLASS Committee
at Palau de Congressos, Avenida Reina Cristina s/n. 08004 Barcelona
  Issues in Glass and Design Today
Co-chaired by
David McFadden, ICDAD President
and J. Reino Liefkes, GLASS COMMITTEE
  20th Century Architecture and Decorative Arts in Barcelona
Antonia Casanovas, Curator of the Institut de Cultura, Museu de Ceràmica, Barcelona
  Reasserting Scandinavian Design
Dr. Widar Halen, Chief Curator, The Oslo Museum of Decorative Arts, Oslo, Norway
  Riga - the Textile Art Capital of Europe 2001. Project Tradition and Innovation in Action
Velta Raudzepa, Curator, Museum of Decorative Applied Art, Riga, Latvia
  American Designer Ladislav Sutnar (1897-1976)
Iva Janakova, Chief Curator, Museum of Decorative Arts Prague
  European Glass Exhibition in Korea
In-Sook Lee, Seoul
  Contemporary Glass Sculpture in the Museums of Applied Arts
Milan Hlavec, Prague
  Report from the Front: The Renovations and Expansions at the Corning Museum of Glass
Jutta-Annette Page, Corning, NY
  What is new from the Lagune?
Helena Horn, Venice
13.30 - 16.00 Lunch
16.30 - 18.45 ICDAD Business Meeting and Market Place for New Projects and Research
Hotel Fira Palace, Av. Rius 1 Taulet, 1-3, Barcelona 08004
  Swiss Studio Jewelry in the 20th Century
Fabienne X. Sturm, Museum of History and Art, Geneva, Switzerland
  Joseph Binder (1898-1972) Poster Designer in Vienna and New York
Rainald Franz, MAK - Austrian Museum of Applied Art, Vienna, Austria
  Body and Soul: Fiber Art Today
David R. McFadden, Chief Curator, American Craft Museum

Tuesday, 3 July 2001

10.00 - 13.00 Guided visit to the Museu Monestir de Pedralbes and Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection.
The Monastery and cloister are the finest examples of Catalan Gothic architecture
13.30 - 14.30 Lunch
15.00 - 18.00 Curated Visits to the Museu de Les Arts Decoratives and Museu de Ceramica (Palacio Real de Pedralbes)
20.30 ICDAD Board Dinner

Wednesday, 4 July 2001

09.00 - 13.30 Joint meeting ICDAD and DEMHIST
at Hotel Fira Palace, AV. Rius I Taulet, 1-3, Barcelona 08004
  Authentic or Assembled: Historical Interiors and Furnishings
Chaired by Giovanni Pinna, DEMHIST President
  19th Century Historic Interiors in Oporto -
Museu Romantico da Quinta da Macieirinha- a study case

Manuel Antunes, Maia, Portugal
  Honest ways to use fakes in historic House Museums
Julius Bryant, English Heritage - Mus & Coll, London
  Reflexions sur la mise en valeur de pieces insignes dans un musée concu pour evoquer l'ambiance d'une epoche
Francoise Maison, Palais National de Compiegne et de Blerancourt, France
  The Art and Décor of the George Washington University Club: "Grand Parlor" Opens door to renewal and Utilization of Historic Artifacts
Lenore D. Miller, The George Washington University Art Gallery, Washington, D.C.
  Evolving notions of authenticity and interpretation at house museums in the U.S.A.
Charlotte Smith, Cultural Heritage Research Centre, University of Canberra
  Feeling the authenticity of Anne Frank's Wallpaper
Dineke Stam, Anne Frank House, Amsterdam
18.00 Gala dinner at Poble Espanyol

Thursday, 5 July 2001

  Day at leisure

Friday, 6 July 2001

08.30 - 13.30 20th ICOM General Assembly Meeting
13.30 - 15.00 Lunch
16.00 - 18.30 Independent visits to various museums, galleries, ateliers etc.
21.30 ICOM Farewell Party by the sea