Museu Marítimo de Ílhavo
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Workshop - Norwegian-Iberian Salted Fish Museum

27 de Maio de 2013 a 28 de Maio de 2013
Ciemar 1 770 9999 1 772 9999

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O Museu Marítimo de Ílhavo, como membro do grupo Salted Fish Museum, acolhe um dos seus workshop, onde serão apresentados e discutidos os avanços e perspetivas deste importante grupo de investigação, criado no âmbito de um projeto estimulado pelo governo norueguês, sobre história, memória e atualidade da indústria de bacalhau salgado.
Este evento decorre na Sala Polivalente do CIEMar-Ílhavo, e conta com a presença de especialistas mundiais, que gerará uma troca de conhecimentos entre várias realidades museológicas, bem como possibilita a visibilidade internacional que advém da cooperação entre os vários parceiros do arco geocultural escandinavo-Ibérico.

Agenda and Participants Museum workshop in Ílhavo, Portugal May 27 and 28

Monday May 27:

Opening:

0900-0915: Paulo Costa, Municipality of Ílhavo / Álvaro Garrido, The Maritime Museum of Ílhavo: Opening/Welcome

The historical background and the Iberian market:

0915-0945: Xoan Carmona: From the European cod fishing history

0945-1015: Einar Richter Hanssen: The History of the Portuguese – Norwegian salted fish trade.

1030-1100: Inês Amorim: A discussion of the history of relations between Portugal and northern Europe with regard to cod (a research program)

1100-1130:Heidi Bjønnes Larsen: Quality standards and conventions of the Iberian Salted fish market.

1130-1230: Christian Nordahl, Seafood Norway, Lisboa:The Portuguese market for salted cod - development and challenges

Heritage and maritime culture:

1230-1300: Cláudia Mouta: A comparative study of maritime heritage and tourism in Portugal and Norway

1330-1330: Clara Sarmento: Heritage and maritime culture

1330-1500: Lunch

Museum presentations:

1500-1600: Álvaro Garrido: Presentation/conducted tour of the The Maritime Museum of Ílhavo and A presentation of the museum program of the Ílhavo Museum and CIEMar

1600-1630: Torstein Johnsrud: Presentation of the Finnmark Coastal Museum organization

1630-1700: Mariña López, ANFACO Museum of Fish and Seafood Canning Industry, Vigo

1700-1730: Jon Ruigómez: Bilbao Maritime Museum

 

Tuesday May 28

0830-1200: The idea of a new museum project:

0830-0900:: Arild Ulset, Norwegian Embassy: Introduction to Portuguese and Norwegian collaboration

0900-0930: Knut Bjørn Lindkvist: The concept of the Iberian-Norwegian Salted Fish Museum

0930-1000: Nati de la Puerta, Bilbao: A new concept of a northern museum for salted cod

1015-1045: Manuel Paris, Santiago de Compostela: The Iberian-Norwegian Salted fish museum as a European research and development project. Research programs and funding possibilities

1045-1215: Discussion: Progress of the Norwegian-Iberian Salted Fish Museum project

1230-1400: Lunch, departure

 

Participants

Ines Amorin, University of Porto

Xoan Camora, University of Santiago de Compostela

Einar Richter Hansen, University of Bergen,

Álvaro F. Rodrigues Garrido, Mueso Maritimo, Ílhavo

Heidi Holmgren, Finnmark University College

Torstein Johnsrud, the Coastal Museums of Finnmark

Heidi Bjønnes Larsen, University of Bergen

Knut Bjørn Lindkvist, Finnmark University College & University of Bergen

Mariña López, ANFACO Museum of Fish and Seafood Canning Industry, Vigo

Cláudia Mouta, University of Porto

Christian Bue Nordahl, Seafood Norway, Lisboa

Manuel Paris, Santiago de Compostela

Yamile Perez, University of Santiago de Compostela

Nati de la Puerta, Bilbao

Jon Riugomez, Museo Maritimo Bilbao

Clara Sarmento, University of Porto

Arild Ulset, Norwegian Embassy, Lisboa

Lillian Østensen, Bergen