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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.103.2016.tde-14102016-113611
Document
Author
Full name
Alexandre Klemenc
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Cury, Marília Xavier (President)
Bruno, Maria Cristina Oliveira
Motta, Renata Vieira da
Title in Portuguese
Expografia em palácios de governo: um estudo sobre o Acervo Artístico-Cultural dos Palácios do Governo do Estado de São Paulo
Keywords in Portuguese
Acervo
Expografia
Palácios de Governo
Plano museológico
Política de acervo
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa aborda a Curadoria do Acervo Artístico-Cultural dos Palácios do Governo do Estado de São Paulo, responsável pela zeladoria de um acervo público intimamente ligado às estruturas administrativas do Estado de São Paulo, suas funções e atividades. Apresenta um histórico da formação e consolidação do Acervo Artístico-Cultural dos Palácios do Governo do Estado de São Paulo, relacionando-o aos diversos palácios já ocupados pelo Governo do Estado, e dos setores responsáveis por seu gerenciamento, a Curadoria do Acervo Artístico-Cultural dos Palácios do Governo, o seu Conselho de Orientação e o seu Conselho Consultivo. O processo curatorial desenvolvido ao longo do tempo, e aprimorado pela gestão atual, que teve início em 2007, é analisado, dando-se ênfase à metodologia utilizada para a elaboração, produção e montagem de exposições, seu principal procedimento de comunicação. A partir dos dados apresentados, visando estruturar mecanismos de proteção aos acervos de palácios de governo, formula a hipótese de implementar documentos para uma mais adequada gestão, o Plano Museológico e a Política de Gestão de Acervo.
Title in English
Expography in Governamental Palaces: A case Study on the Artistic - Cultural Collection of the Governmental Palaces of the State of Sao Paulo
Keywords in English
Collection
Collection Policy.
Expography
Governmental Palaces
Museological plan
Abstract in English
This research addresses the Curatorship of the Artistic-Cultural Collection of the Governmental Palaces of the State of São Paulo, responsible for the safeguard of a public collection closely connected to the administrative structures of the State of São Paulo, its functions and activities. It presents the historical development of the formation and consolidation of the Artistic-Cultural Collection of the Governmental Palaces of the State of São Paulo, relating it to the several palaces once occupied by the State Government, and the departments responsible for its management, the Curatorship of the Artistic-Cultural Collection the Governmental Palaces, its Guidance Council and its Advisory Council. The curatorial process developed throughout the time, and improved by the current management, which began in 2007, is analyzed, emphasizing the methodology used for the elaboration, production and setting up of exhibitions, its main communication procedure. From the presented data, aiming to structure protection mechanisms for collections of governmental palaces, it formulates the hypothesis of implementing documents for better management, the Museological Plan and the Collection Management Policy.
 
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Publishing Date
2016-10-25
 
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