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Next Conference | 10.9.-13.9.2019

European Network of River Museums 2019

LWL-Industriemuseum Schiffshebewerk Henrichenburg, 10.-13.09.2019

Das Symposium wendet sich vor allem an Mitarbeiter von Museen mit Sammlungen im Bereich Binnenschifffahrt. Anmeldungen für die Tagung nimmt das LWL-Industriemuseum ab sofort per E-Mail an Arnulf Siebeneicker entgegen. Es wird keine Tagungsgebühr erhoben.

Programme

Tuesday, 10.09.2019

18.00
Get together at the restaurant “Pferdestall” of the LWL-Industriemuseum Zeche Zollern, Grubenweg 5, 44388 Dortmund

Wednesday, 11.09.2019

9.30
Gathering at the LWL-Industriemuseum Schiffshebewerk Henrichenburg (Machine Hall, lower reach)

10.00
Welcome speech, Dirk Zache (Director of the LWL-Industriemuseum)

10.15
Lecture “Ship Lifts of the World”, Dr. Eckhart Schinkel, Munich/Germany

11.00
Coffee break

11.15
Lecture “The planned new permanent exhibition of the LWL-Industriemuseum Schiffshebewerk Henrichenburg – one year to go”, Dr. Arnulf Siebeneicker/Mathias Wagener, Waltrop/Germany

12.30
Lunch break at the restaurant “Papachristos”

14.00
Lecture “The National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk from September 2018 till September 2019 – recent developments”, Dr. Marcin Westphal, Gdańsk/Poland

14.30
Lecture “Armed Rivers. Flotillas of the Independent. A temporary exhibition in the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk”, Jadwiga Klim, Gdańsk/Poland

15.00
Coffee break

15.15
Lecture “Industrial waterways– saved for leisure use. Heritage and museums along the English canals”, Mike Clarke, Barnoldswick/UK

16.00
Lecture “Sailing along Lower Loire, river and industrial heritage - limestone and coal industry, with shipping to Great Britain”, Prof. Philippe Cayla, Montjean - Mauges sur Loire/France

16.45
Walking Tour to the historical Ships and the workshop of the LWL-Industriemuseum, Michel Dirkmann/Dr. Arnulf Siebeneicker, Waltrop/Germany

19.00
Dinner at the Friedenskirche, Provinzialstraße 14-16, 45711 Datteln (provided by the Friend’s Association of the Museum)

Thursday, 12.09.2019

9.30
Gathering at the LWL-Industriemuseum Schiffshebewerk Henrichenburg (Harbour Building, upper reach)

10.00
Discussion about ENoRM-Projects (travelling exhibition, website, social media, events, research, digitalization of collection data etc.)

12.30
Lunch break at “Café Kortmann”

14.00
Lecture “The Ruhr navigation: A short story of early coal transport”, Dr. Olaf Schmidt-Rutsch, Dortmund/Germany

14.30
Lecture “News from the Iron Gate Museum”, Dr. Oana Minodora Neagoe and Dr. Marin Iulian Neagoe, Drobeta Turnu Severin/Romania

15.00
Coffee break

15.15
Lecture “The illusion of a sunken empire. The euphemistically depicted ‚Port of Trieste’ by the marine painter Alexander Kircher”, Wolfgang Stritzinger, Wien/Austria

15.45
Lecture “Historical Guild-Models – Treasuries in the Regional Museum of Oranienburg”, Michael Sohn, Berlin/Germany

16.15
Lecture/Film (in German) “The museum ship Paddle Steamer KAISER WILHELM in action – Museumsschiff RD KAISER WILHELM aktiv”, Markus Reich, Lauenburg/Germany

16.45
Walking Tour round the Schleusenpark Waltrop, Oliver Töpfer/Dr. Arnulf Siebeneicker, Waltrop/Germany

19.00
Dinner at Burbaums Restaurant, Kirchplatz 4, 45731 Waltrop (provided by the LWL-Industriemuseum)

Friday, 13.09.2019

9.30
Gathering at the LWL-Industriemuseum Schiffshebewerk Henrichenburg

10.00
Tour with the museum steamer “NIXE” to Dortmund Harbour

11.45
Tour with a bus to LWL-Industriemuseum Zeche Nachtigall in Witten

12.15
Lunch at the museum bistro “Auf Nachtigall”

13.30
Visit of the LWL-Industriemuseum Zeche Nachtigall in Witten (coal mine and Ruhr barge)

16.00
Stop at train station Dortmund Hauptbahnhof (if requested)

16.30
Short visit of the LWL-Industriemuseum Zeche Zollern in Dortmund (machine hall)

18.30
End of the meeting at the Schiffshebewerk Henrichenburg

Contact

LWL-Industriemuseum Schiffshebewerk Henrichenburg
Dr. Arnulf Siebeneicker
Am Hebewerk 26
45731 Waltrop
Tel. +492363 9707-0
schiffshebewerk@lwl.org