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Seminar : Disaster management, draft programme

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by | April 18, 2017 · 11:05 am

Seminar : Disaster management, June 2017

If you wish to register for this please contact Lyn Campbell.

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Advance notice : Workshop, Disaster Salvage

A workshop organised by the Canterbury Disaster Salvage Team will be taking place at Christchurch Art Gallery in mid June-ish on best practise in the event of a disaster (as identified by the hands on workshop we had last year).  It will be dealing with preventive issues, good storage, and display. We are hoping to get as many areas covered as possible.

Flyer to follow with finalised dates and other information in the near future.

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by | March 23, 2017 · 9:46 am

Guide – salvaging collections, a guide

Part 1 of a best practice guide in the event of a disaster for salvaging your collections.

This is a work in progress so if anyone has any further suggestions let me know.

Part 2 (March 2017).

Lynn Campbell

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Coming soon : Fire & flood workshop

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Canterbury Disaster Salvage Team – newsletter, April 2016

Canterbury Disaster Salvage Team - logo 4.35am, Saturday 4 September 2010. It’s dark, the room and its contents are shaking. As the ground below starts to settle, rumbling begins in the distance followed by another jolt that sends the heartbeat racing. Looking back, we  can see that this earthquake was the beginning of a journey that the museum sector in Canterbury never expected  to encounter, one full of trials and tribulations as well as hope and camaraderie. In the aftermath of the February  2011 earthquake, the Air Force Museum of New Zealand found themselves in a position to be able to help those  institutions who had nowhere else to go.

Read more (PDF) :  The Canterbury Cultural Collections Recovery Centre – a brief history of a temporary storage facility during the Christchurch quakes / Moya Sherriff

 

 

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Advance notice: Symposium on extreme disaster, February 2015

Canterbury Disaster Salvage workshop flyer

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by | November 27, 2014 · 7:15 pm

Workshop, 7th November – sign up now!

Workshop Nov 7

This workshop will be an interesting opportunity to see the progress that is being made in Christchurch after the quakes. The site managers will talk about their experiences over the last couple of years.

If you are interested in signing up contact Julie: artcurator@cpit.ac.nz

Programme:

  • 8.45 am Meet for Registration by coach. CPIT Madras Street.
  • 9 am Introductions on coach
  • 9.00 -10.0 Talk and Drive by tour and venues including:
    • Provincial Chambers
    • Cardboard Cathedral
    • Christchurch Cathedral
    • Armagh Street
    • Theatre Royal
    • Catholic Cathedral
  • 10 – 11.00 Drive and tour of reconstruction and repair of Riccarton House
    • Lecture on coach – N Cadenhead CERA (to be confirmed)
  • 11.00 – 11.30 Coffee at Taste Marquee by Riccarton House
  • 11.30 – 12.0 Travel to RNZAF Museum
    • Lecture on coach – Seismic restraints L Campbell
  • 12.00 – 1.00 Tour of the Cultural Collections Recovery Centre at Wigram. Therese Angelo or representative
  • 1.00 – 2.00 Lunch at Wigram
  • 2.00 – 3.00 Power point on research on earthquake preparedness at the Getty – Lynn Campbell
  • 2.00 – 2.30 Travel to Pages Road
    • Lecture on coach – to be advised.
  • 1.30 – 2.30 Pages Road CCC Sculpture/ Object Storage Centre – Maria Adamski from CCC
  • 2.30 – 3.00 Travel to the Arts Centre. Discussion and questions on bus.
  • 3.00 – 3.30 Afternoon Tea
  • 3.30 – 4.30 Arts Centre  André Lovatt / Liz Hodgeson or representative
  • 4.30 – 5.00 Return to CPIT assessment forms and questions. Disembark

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