Sake-Kanne, Holz, Schwarz- und Rotlack, Perlmutt und Ritzdekor, Beschläge aus shakudo (ursprünglich vergoldet), Momoyama-Zeit, erstes Viertel 17. Jh., Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst Köln, © RBA

Workshop

Urushi 2016

Kurse zur Konservierung und Restaurierung japanischer Lackarbeiten

Many collections all over the world house urushi, Japanese lacquer ware. The purpose of this course is to offer an insight into the materials and techniques of urushi traditions and to propose guiding principles for the care of urushi ware in Japan to those caring for such collections outside of Japan. Through improving their understanding of the basic characteristics of urushi tradition, the participants will be in a better position to make decisions concerning the care of Japanese artifacts in their collections. The course also aims at offering opportunities to build bridges between the Japanese and the Western lacquer conservation traditions and to assess the applicability of the Japanese approach, materials and techniques to non-Japanese cultural heritage. Certificate will be issued to all participants who successfully complete the course.

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Dates
Workshop I: 30th November - 3rd December 2016
Workshop II: 6th - 10th December 2016

Place: 
Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst (Museum of East Asian Art)
Universitätsstraβe 100, D-50674 Köln, GERMANY

Organization: 
National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo, JAPAN
Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst, GERMANY

Language: 
English

Course fee
Free (Participants will be responsible for all expenses related to his/her travel and accommodation.)

Application
Please fulfill the attached application form and e-mail or fax it to the contact address below

Contact: 
Yoshihiko Yamashita
Japan Center for International Cooperation in Conservation,
National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo (NRICPT)
13–43 Ueno Park, Taito-ku
Tokyo, 110-8713 JAPAN
Fax:+81-3-3823-4867
yyamashita@tobunken.go.jp

Lecturers: 
Yoshihiko Yamashita (Conservator, Researcher, NRICPT)
Dr. Balazs Lencz (PhD) (Conservator, Deputy head of conservation, The Hungarian National Museum)
Shunsuke Nakayama (Direktor, Japan Center for International Cooperation in Conservation)
Tomoko Emura (Senior Researcher, Japan Center for International Cooperation in Conservation)

 

Schedule

Workshop I

13 November – 14 November, 2015 (2 days)

Participants
Students, Teachers, professors, researchers, conservators and restorers

Application qualification
Person who are interested in the conservation and restoration of urushi.

Capacity
6 persons

Aim
To gain knowledge of conservation and restoration of urushi.

Contents
Lecture:
– Introduction to Urushi (history, materials, and techniques)
– Damage of Urushi Object
– Chemical Property of Urushi
– Traditional Materials for Adhesive
– Case study—Restoration of Urushi Object
– Museum Tour (Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst)
Practical work
– Investigation into Urushi object
– Traditional Lacquer Materials and Techniques
– Maki-e and Raden Techniques

Application Form

Workshop III

17 November – 20 November, 2015 (4 days)

Participants
Teachers, professors, researchers, conservators and restorers

Application qualification
The participants in this workshop are required to have attended the first part of “The Workshop on Conservation and Restoration of Urushi (Lacquer ware)” (workshop I) held at Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst in 2011 or 2012, any parts of the same Urushi workshop held at the Museum from 2006 onward, or International Course on Conservation of Japanese Lacquer (held by ICCROM and NRICPT).

Capacity
6 persons

Aim
To develop knowledge and skill for conservation and restoration of Urushi (consolidation, adhesion)

Contents
Lecture
– Scientific research for Urushi materials and Japanese Adhesives
– Concept and Process for Consolidation
– Case study for Pressing and Supporting Materials
– Museum Tour (Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst)
Practical work
– Test of Conservation Materials, Adhesion
– Consolidation for Damaged Film
– Pressing test and Pressing Materials
– Pressing plan for Several Types of Objects.
– Tools and Materials for Pressurizing and Supporting Objects

Application Form

Workshop IV

23 November – 26 November, 2015 (4 days)

Participants
Teachers, professors, researchers, conservators, restorers

Application qualification
The participants in this workshop are required to have attended the first part of “The Workshop on Conservation and Restoration of Urushi (Lacquer ware)” (workshop I) held at Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst in 2011 or 2012, any parts of the same Urushi workshop held at the Museum from 2006 onward, or International Course on Conservation of Japanese Lacquer (held by ICCROM and NRTCPT).

Capacity
6 persons

Aim
To develop knowledge and skill for conservation and restoration of Urushi (Filling, Color matching)

Contents
Lecture
– Type of Decoration—Kawari-nuri
– Traditional Type of Makie powder
– Case study of Filling and Color matching
– Conservation and Restoration of Armor
– Museum Tour (Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst)
Practical work
– Test Conservation Materials for Filling
– Test Conservation Materials for Color matching
– Making Sample Board for Makie powder
– Making Sample Board—Coating

Application Form

Programm

Sammlung | Japan

Öffnungszeiten

Dienstag bis Sonntag
11–17 Uhr
1. Donnerstag im Monat
11-22 Uhr
Montag geschlossen
Von Weiberfastnacht bis Karnevalsdienstag geschlossen
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Eintrittspreise

Ständige Sammlung, Teilöffnung:
€ 3,50 / ermäßigt € 2
Freier Eintritt in die Ständige Sammlung  für Kölner Kinder bis 18 Jahre, alle Schülerinnen und Schüler (inkl. 2 Begleitpersonen je Schulklasse), KölnPass-Inhaberinnen und -Inhaber, Geburtstagskinder mit Wohnsitz Köln am Tag ihres Geburtstages.
KölnTag am 1. Donnerstag im Monat (ausgenommen Feiertage): Freier Eintritt für alle Kölnerinnen und Kölner.
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Anfahrt

Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel: Straßenbahn Linien 1 und 7 sowie Bus Linie 142 bis Haltestelle „Universitätsstraße“
Parkplatz am Museum
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Barrierefreiheit

Das Museum ist Barrierefrei. Behindertentoilette vorhanden.
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Ostasiatische Kunst Köln
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