ICOM-CECA Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting 2012

Theme The Possibilities of Museum Education
Dates November 30 - December 1, 2012
Venue National Museum of Japanese History, Chiba, Japan
Organizers Committee for Education and Cultural Action, National Museum of Japanese History, and National Museum of Ethnology
Support
Organizations
ICOM Japan and Japanese Association of Museums
Support
Language
English and Japanese (Simultaneous translation will be provided)
Registration
  • Attendance at the symposium is free of charge. However, advance registration is required.
  • Registration does not include accommodation, lunches, or reception.
  • To register, pleae send an e-mail with the subject line “ICOM-CECA Regional Meeting Registration” to CECA@ml.rekihaku.ac.jp
  • In the body of the e-mail, please include the following information:
    • 1. Name
    • 2. Affiliation
    • 3. Address
    • 4. Phone Number
    • 5. Email Address
    • 6. Dates: Both days, 11/30 only, or 12/1 only
    • 7. Reception: Yes or No
    • 8. ICOM Number
  • Reception will be an informal buffet-style occasion and the cost to attend will be around 3,000 yen.
Concept The first ICOM-CECA Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting will take place at the National Museum of Japanese History in Chiba, Japan from November 30 to December 1, 2012.
With the theme “The Possibilities of Museum Education,” the meeting will establish a dialogue between academics and practitioners from the Asia-Pacific region to discuss various ideas, issues and practices in museum education.
Schedule Day 1 (November 30, 2012)
9:30
Registration Opens 10:00-10:10

Opening Remarks
Minami HIRAKAWA, Director-general, National Museum of Japanese History
Masayuki HANDA, Vice Chair, ICOM Japan

10:10-10:30

Welcome Address
Ayumu OTA, National Museum of Japanese History

10:30-11:30

Keynote Address 1
Education and Learning Activities in Japanese Museums
Tomoo NUNOTANI, Director, Mie Prefectural Museum Japan

11:30-12:30

Keynote Address 2
Museum Education in Korea: Current Development and Vision for Future
Kidong BAE, Chair, ICOM Korea and Director, Korean Association of Museum Education

12:30-13:50

Lunch

13:50-14:50

Keynote Address 3
Interpretation and Education of History in National Museum of Taiwan History
Li-Cheng LU, Director and Hsin-Yi LO, Associate Curator & Department Head, Public Service Division
(Presented by Hsin-Yi LO)
National Museum of Taiwan History

14:50-15:50

Keynote Address 4
Learning at the Singapore Art Museum: Initiatives and Practice
Geraldine CHEANG, Manager, Programmes
Singapore Art Museum

15:50-16:00

Break

16:00-17:00

Keynote Address 5
Museum Education: Australian Initiatives
Angela CASEY, Education Manager
National Museum of Australia

17:30-

Reception
Restaurant Sakura, National Museum of Japanese History
(Estimated cost around 3,000 yen)

Day 2 (December 1, 2012)
9:30

Registration Opens

10:00-10:15

Session: Museum Experiences and Education Activities 1
Outreach Activity of a University Art Museum Brings up a Citizen and a College
Student
Izumi OGATA, Museum of Kyusyu Sngyo University

10:15-10:30

Session: Museum Experiences and Education Activities 2
The Influence of Background Music on Visitors: A Case Study of the Laiho
Memorial Museum
Chia-Li CHEN, Institute of Museum Studies, Taipei National University of the Arts
Chengia TSAI, Graduate Institute of Musicology, National Taiwan University

10:30-10:45

Session: Museum Experiences and Education Activities 3
Towards Sustainable Museums: From the Perspective of Language Educational
Programs at Art Museums
Aya KINOSHITA, Tokai University

10:45-11:00

Session: Museum Experiences and Education Activities 4
Let’s Tag Family Photos: Museum Education for University Students
Chingju CHENG, Graduate School of Art Management & Culture Policy, National
Taiwan University of Arts
Ying-Ying LAI, Graduate School of Art Management & Culture Policy, National
Taiwan University of Arts

11:00-11:10

Break

11:10-11:25

Session: Museum Experiences and Education Activities 5
Enhancing Financial Literacy through Museum Education
Muhammad Nizam MUHAMMAD, Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery

11:25-11:40

Session: Museum Experiences and Education Activities 6
Designing Communication Programs for Museums: Concept Making and
Design Elements
Yuuka SATO, Graduate School, The University of Tokyo

11:40-11:55

Session: Museum Experiences and Education Activities 7
Visual Literacy as a Possibility of Education in an Exhibit Space:
Experiments at the Project Gallery "Clas" of Nagoya University
Kiyofumi MOTOYAMA, Nagoya University

11:55-12:25

Discussion: Museum Experiences and Education Activities

12:25-14:00

Lunch Break and Poster Session

Poster Session
  • The Promotion of Museum Education through School-Museum
  • Ikuo ICHIBA, Natural History Museum and Institute, Chiba
  • Associative Integration in Clothing Culture Databases with Image Archives
  • Yuzo MARUKAWA, International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Yoshifumi NAKAMURA, National Institute of Informatics, Haruko TAKAHASHI, Osaka Shoin Women’s University
  • Possibility of the Museum Education Towards Matter Solution of Local Community
  • Toshiaki YAMAUCHI, Kyushu University of Health and Welfare
  • A Thread of Narrative for the Salvaging Cultural Properties
  • Haruka OKABAYASHI, Motoko OKUMOTO, Takayuki AKO, Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Educational Program of the Art Exhibition by Different Field Cooperation
  • Akiko KAWASHIMA National Museum of Ethnology, formerly at the Akashi City Museum of Culture
  • Education Tools for Insect Observation
  • Noboru SAKAMOTO, Kiyoshi OKUYAMA, Kōta NOMOTO, Miyuki KAKUMASA, Seidai NAGASHIMA, Itami City Museum of Insects
  • Development Process of Educational Tools Fostering Visual Literacy Using Historical Artifacts
  • Yuuka SATO, University of Tokyo Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, Ayumu OTA, National Museum of Japanese History
  • Development of Dome Master Science Video and Evaluation in Museum Education: Research on Regular Screening in Nagano City Museum
  • Hatsuki MATSUOKA, National Museum of Ethnology, Atsuko KOREEDA, Akira TOYAMA, Hideki SAITŌ, Nagano City Museum, Sei’ichi SAKAMOTO, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, JAXA
  • A Potential Museum-Based Approach for History Lessons in Japanese Schools
  • Norihiko HIYAMA, Tokyo Gakugei University,United Graduate School of Education
  • Understanding and Sharing Educational Programs at Science Museums According to a Continuous Educational Program Framework to Foster Science Literacy
  • Miho TSUCHIYA, Yoshikazu OGAWA, Hiroyuki ARITA-KIKUTANI, National Museum of Nature and Science
  • Future Perspective of Science Communicator Training Program Collaboratively Conducted by Science Museums and Universities
  • Saori NAKAI, Yoshikazu OGAWA, Shunsuke NAGAYAMA, Hiroyuki ARITA-KIKUTANI, Kumiko SATO, National Museum of Nature and Science
  • Participating in Museum Education as a Museum Citizen: Through Publication of the "International Museum Day Newspaper" and Organization of the Traveling Exhibition "Whale and Coral Stories with Us" Maki SHIMIZU, Misako NAMIKI, Shinichi ETOH, NPO Museum Lab
14:00-14:15

Session: Human Resource Development for Museums 1
Educational Environment for Museum Education
Kasumi SOMEKAWA, Hands-on Planning

14:15-14:30

Session: Human Resource Development for Museums 2
The Development of Criteria and Checklists for Docents’ Successful
Interpretation
Kwang-Sun AHN, Museum Education Institute

14:30-14:45

Session: Human Resource Development for Museums 3
The Development and Practice of Education Program for Professionals in
Museum Conservation and Restoration
Nobuyuki KAMBE, Tokyo National Museum

14:45-15:05

Discussion: Human Resource Development for Museums

15:05-15:20

Break

15:20-15:35

Session: Partnerships with Society 1
Museum Education for Social Change
Keiko KUROIWA, Learning Innovation Network

15:35-15:50

Session: Partnerships with Society 2
Education for Sustainable Society and Museums
Kozi HAYASI, Natural History Museum and Institute, Chiba

15:50-16:05

Session: Partnerships with Society 3
A Cooperative Event among Museums, Shopping Streets and
Citizens etc. Held in Central City Area
Noboru SAKAMOTO, Kenji NAKAWAKI, Miyuki KAKUMASA, and Yoshinao TANAKA
Itami City Museum of Insects

16:05-16:20

Session: Partnerships with Society 4
Building Networks of Museums and Schools: A Case Study of the Museum Open House for Teachers
Koichi KUBO, Chiaki WATANABE, Seiji IWASAKI, Yoshikazu OGAWA, Syunsuke
NAGAYAMA, and Kuninori TANAKA
National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo

16:20-16:40

Discussion: Partnerships with Society

16:40-16:45

Closing Remarks
Michihiro KOJIMA, National Museum of Japanese History

Contact
Information
nternational Relation Group, National Museum of Japanese History CECA@ml.rekihaku.ac.jp