Lending for Europe – Collections Mobility

Structure of the training

The training was organised in four panels (4 subgroups each of 14 people). Each subgroup was trained by two trainers. 4×2 trainers will dealt with a key-issue and taught this subject in turn to the 4 sub-groups. At the end of each panel, the trainers gave detailed instructions and support on how the training program could be cascaded down during the national trainings.

Each subgroup session took about 2h 30. The B session did’n take that long. An hour’s introductory session on the simulation game (topic D) was added to this session.

Topics and trainers were:

Topic A – Valuation, insurance, state indemnity, shared liability

Frank Bergevoet (Programme manager Museometry, Coordinator Collections Mobility 2.0, Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, The Netherlands)

Henrietta Galambos (Head of Legal and Registrars Department, Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, Hungary)

Topic B – Immunity from seizure

Hillary Bauer (Head of the International and Cultural Property Unit DCMS, UK)

Nout Van Woudenberg (Ministry of Foreign Affairs , The Netherlands)

Topic C – Long term loans, collection research

Freda Matassa (Museum Consultant & Art Collections Manager, UK)

Tuula Hamalainen (legal advisor, Valtion taidemuseo/Finnish National Gallery, Finland)

Topic D – Simulation game

Nickos Gogolos (Registrar, Information Resources Section, Museum of London, UK)

Verónica Castillo Díaz (Exhibition Coordinator, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Spain)



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