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IX Evaluación

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Lic. Marlene Sámano Chong


October 2009


México DF

CURRICULUM VITAE


Name Marlene Sámano Chong

Date of Birht 22 de May de 1974

Place fo Birht México DF México

Nationality Mexicana

CURP SACM740522MDFMHR04

RFC SACM740522PAA

Profesional ID 4074639

Employee ID 12481

E-mail mene_samano@yahoo.com

Telephone 5515-4929

Mobile 04455-39430447

Domicile Calle 17 No. 68 San Pedro de los

Pinos Del. Benito Juárez CP. 03800 México DF.




Academic Education


Masters Degree in Arquitectura con especialidad en Restauración de Monumentos

National School of Conservation, Restoration and Museography.

2006. Completed Studies. Average: 8.46


Specialization in Museography.

National School of Conservation, Restoration and Museography. .

2002-2003. Average: 9.63


Licenciatura en Restauración.

National School of Conservation, Restoration and Museography.

1994-1999. Average: 8.8


Complimentary Studies

  • August 08. “Art Appraisal”. ENCRyM.

  • August 05. “Self Evaluation Seminar for Follow up of Recommendations of CIEES”. ENCRyM.

  • July 05. “Stone Conservation”. GAU (Guadalajara Autonomous Univ.) – Columbia Univ. NYC.

  • March 05. “Exercises and Simulations”. Civil Protection Unit. SEP (Ministry of Public Education)

  • April - May 02. “Learning Evaluation”. ENCRyM.

  • Sept. – Nov- 00. “The art of Public Speaking”. CEMART.

  • May – June 99. “Photography applied to Conservation”. ENCRyM.

  • February - March 97. “Christian Iconography”. Ex Convent del Carmen



Institutional Membership


November 2003. Winner of tenure as a specialized restorer through an open invitational contest of the National School of Conservation, Restoration and Museography. INAH.


February 2007. Promoted by academic degree to the “D” category. Restorer designer.


December 2009. Promoted by an examinational contest to the “E” category to Restorer programmer.


Antigüedad en el INAH


  • ENCRyM. Hour-week-month. 01/08/1999 - 15/08/2001. 2 years

  • ENCRyM. Hour-week-month.16/02/2002 - 15/11/2003. 1 year 9 months

  • ENCRyM. Tenure. 16/11/2003 – Currently 16/05/2010. 6 years 6 months

  • TOTAL OF YEARS WORKING FOR INAH: 10 years 3 months

Languages


  • English. 1978 – 1994 uninterrupted. TOEFL 251 Computer based exam.

  • German. 1993 and 2000 Goethe Institute. 1998 Private Lessons.

  • Chinese. October 2001. Foreigners Institute. Yangshuo, China.



Docencia. Impartición de cursos formales



January 2010 - current

  • Head Teacher of the Shop Seminar of Restoration of Mural Works.


DUTIES AND RESPONSABILITIES


  • Train students from the 8th semester of the Licentiate in Conservation of Cultural Heritage in generation, performance and assessment of integral conservation, restoration and projects for research of pre-hispanic and viceroyalty mural heritage, through a multidisciplinary exercise.




  • Develop the conservation profession through the multidisciplinary knowledge and perfection of our own methods, techniques, materials used and the knowledge of the constitutive material and techniques of the mural heritage and their decaying process.




  • Coordinate Institutional/Academic Conservation Projects:




    • Skull Shrine Conservation Project. Aztec Sacred Precinct of Tenochtitlán, Historical Center of Mexico City. World Heritage by UNESCO

    • Stucco, stone and wall painting altarpiece and architectural finishing - San Isidro Temple Conservation Project. XVIII century.




  • Maintain the information reservoir of facture techniques, constitutive materials, decay and restoration materials of the Mural Conservation Area, up dated, guarded and organized.




  • Maintain the material resources from the Mural Conservation Area inventoried, in good conditions and set after the acquisition of new technology for the conservation, restoration and research projects.




  • Invite professors at the MA in Architecture Restoration and the Archaeological Rescue Area.


February 2004 to December 2009.

  • Professor of the Shop Seminar of Restoration of Mural Works.

February 2002 to February 2004

  • Curricular Designer and professor of the Introductory Laboratory to Restoration.

September 1999 to August 2001

  • Adjunct Professor of the Shop Seminar of Restoration of Mural Works and Porous Construction Materials.



Teaching. Coordinator of Academic Projects


CURRENT PROJECTS:

    • Skull Shrine Conservation Project. Aztec Sacred Precinct of Tenochtitlán, Historical Center of Mexico City. World Heritage by UNESCO




    • Stucco, stone and wall painting altarpiece and architectural finishing - San Isidro Temple Conservation Project. XVIII century.


PREVIOUS PROJECTS:



  • May - September 2009. Mounting and restoration of Teotihuacan´s mural painting “El Jaguar Reticulado” from the MNAH (National Museum of Anthropology and History).

  • February – July 2008. Conservation project of mural painting in the San Francisco Temple, Tlahelilpan Hidalgo.

  • February – May 2008. Conservation project of mural painting in the Templo Mayr (Main Temple) of Tenochtitlan. Archeological Site, Templo Mayr. World Heritage by UNESCO

  • August 2005. Diagnostic and proposal for the reunification of information. Archeological Site of Palenque, Chiapas. World Heritage by UNESCO




  • May- June 2004 / Conservation projects on mural paintings.

Capilla de los Ángeles (Chapel) San Miguel Ixtla, Guanajuato.

  • May 2004 / Chromatic reintegration project in mural paintings.

Ex Convent of St John the Baptist. Tetela del Volcán, Morelos. UNESCO CHAIR

  • May – June 2003 / Conservation projects on mural paintings.

Ex-Convent of St John the Baptist. Tetela del Volcán, Morelos. UNESCO CHAIR

  • May – June 2001 / Conservation projects on mural paintings.

Santa María Xoxoteco, Hidalgo. S. XVI.

  • November – December 2000 / Conservation Project of reliefs in stucco, mural painting and stone. Archeological Site, Palenque, Chiapas. WORLD HERITAGE UNSESCO

  • May – June 2000 / Conservation projects on mural paintings.

Santa María Xoxoteco, Hidalgo. S. XVI.

  • November – December 1999 Conservation Project of reliefs in stucco, mural painting and stone. Archeological Site, Palenque, Chiapas. WORLD HERITAGE UNESCO


Teaching: Tutorial activities for thesis elaboration



  • September 2009 / Appraisal for the conservation; Artificial flowers at the beginning of the 20th century; recovery of the traditional techniques of manufacture.

  • April 2008 / Aránzazu Chapel in the ex-convent of San Francis in San Luis Potosí, México. A restoration proposal.



Teaching: Taking part as academic guest for a theme in particular.



  • October 2009 / Conservation of Mural Works and estate / Conservation subject-matter ENAH

  • March 2006 / Characteristics and properties of lime mortars, as material used on cultural estate assets / MAERM-ENCRyM.

  • Novembre 2004 / Conservation of Mural Works / Archeological Rescue subject-matter ENCRyM

  • November 2004 / Field coordination practice of the Archeological Rescue Seminar. Archeological Site of Monte Albán. Oaxaca, México. WORLD HERITAGE UNESCO


Teaching. Participation as synodal in a professional exam


  • December 2007. Synodal in the professional exam of María Elena Fernández Santoyo to opt for the title on the degree on Restoration of Real Estate.


Support activities


  • May 2009 to October 2010. Representative Substitute for ENCRyM workers before the Mix National Commission of Restoration

  • May 2009. Support during admissions process to the Degree in Restoration.

  • November 2006. Evaluations Academic Commission of the “Estímulos” Program for the Teaching Performance 2006.

  • 2004 – 2005. Representative Substitute of authorities of the ENCRyM before the Mix National Commission of Restoration.

  • July 2003. Elaboration of Descriptive Letters on the subject of “Introductory Laboratory to Restoration” Degree. ENCRyM.



Research Activities


  • September 2009. Conformation of the Academic body “Multidisciplinary Studies for the Conservation of the Cultural Heritage” together with Dr. Raquel Beato, Arch. Martha Lameda, Eng. Jaime Torres, Arch. Mariana López Mendoza.

  • Current. Elaboration of thesis to obtain the Masters Degree on Architecture with the title “ Architecture-Mural Work relationship: Considerations for conservation from the organic point of view.” Research directed by Dr. Luis Fernando Guerrero Baca.

  • Acceptance for the Masters Degree for Applied Sciences on Conservation. Cardiff University, U.K.

  • February 2005. Participation on the design of the Getty research project – CNCPC on Polymer Evaluations.


Diffusion. Coordination of academic events



  • October 2005 / Coordinator 8th. Forum. ENCRyM Students

  • October 2004 / Coordinator 7th. Forum ENCRyM Students


Diffusion. Presentations in Congresses


  • August 2009. Conservation of architectural finishes on the Main Temple Conference Cycle of the Main Temple – WORLD HERITAGE UNESCO. ENCRyM.

  • August 2008. The Figure of the Shop Seminar in the Formation of Restorers of Mural Works of the ENCRyM. PFirts international Encounter of Conservation and Restoration of Mural Painting State Cultural Institute of Guanajuato and the Institute for Aesthetic Studies UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico)

  • Dicember 2006. The organic relation between architecture and mural work. 9th Student Forum. ENCRyM.

  • June 2005. Restoration of Mural Paintings of Tetela Volcán. Ex Convent of St. John the Baptist. UNESCO CHAIR. Tetela del Volcán, Morelos.

  • October 2004. Academic Research Project of Restoration . WORLD HERITAGE UNESCO. 1st. Academic Research Forum ENCRyM.

  • September 2004. “La escalinata de los glifos”. (Staircase of the Glyphs) Palenque. WORLD HERITAGE UNESCO Round table discussion; Conservation problems on the humid tropic. CNCPC.

  • July 2004. LChromatic reintegration of mural painting of Tetela del Volcán. UNESCO CHAIR Ex Convent of St John the Baptist. Tetela del Volcán, Morelos.

  • October 2000. Conservation of Mural Painting. Gatherings of CEMART
  • October 1999. Mural Painting . Conservation and Restoration. Iberoamericana University. Maesters Degree on Cultural Heritage Research .


  • October 1998.Conservation of Oil Mural Painting. Molino de Flores Texcoco. 1st. Student Forum. ENCRyM.

  • October 1997. Importance on aesthetic and historical appraisal in restoration. Continuing Education Center. 7th National Encounter of Conservators of Cultural Heritage.


Diffusion. Radio Program


  • September 2004. Formation of Restorers at ENCRyM. Radio program issued by the University of Cuernavaca Morelos .


Diffusion. Publications


  • Delivered. The Figure of the Shop Seminar in the Formation of Restorers of Mural Work of ENCRyM. Memoirs of the first International Encounter of Restoration and Conservation of Mural Painting. State Institute of Culture of Guanajuato and the Institute of Aesthetic Research of the UNAM

  • December 2006. Organic relationship between Architecture and Mural Work. Memoirs of the 9th Forum. ENCRyM.

  • Delivered. LChromatic Reintegration of the Mural Painting of Tetela del Volcán. Ex Convent of St John the Baptist. Tetela del Volcán, Morelos. Editorial Project of Tetela Del Volcán. ENCRyM – Chair UNESCO.

  • October 2005. Memoirs of the 8th. Student Forum. Compiler, Editor and Printer. ENCRyM

  • October 2004. Memoirs of the 7th. Student Forum. Compiler, Editor and Printer. ENCRyM

  • May 2003. Comments on the Formation on Conservation of Mural Painting in México. ICOM-CC Work Group Mural Painting, Mosaics and Rock Art.

  • October 1998. Conservation of Oil Mural Painting. Molino de Flores Texcoco. Memoirs of the 1st. Student Forum. ENCRyM.

Congress Assistance





  • Seventh Architectural Week of ENCRyM. Land an Built Heritage. ENCRyM

November 13th to the15th of 2006.

  • Encounter with Pre-Hispanic Mural Painting and its Conservation. Dr. Diana Magaloni and Dr. Piero Baglioni. IIE – UNAM

May 2004.

  • Cataloging of Viceregal scriptures in Canarias Islands. Restoration Processes. IIE-ENCRyM and Franz Mayer Museum.

June 10 to the 12th 2002.

  • Strategical Planning in Museum. ICOM. México.

November 4 to the 7th 2002.

  • VII National Encounter of Conservators of the Cultural Heritage. San San Carlos Academy.

October 18 to the 20th 1995.


Awards and Recognitions


  • 2007 INAH AWARD “Miguel Covarrubias” in Museography and Museum Research Area. Best Dissertation for Museum Planning and Projection in 2006. Interactive Museum of Economy held at the XVII Century Ex Convent of Betlemitas. Historic Monument in Mexico’s Historical Center – World Heritage UNESCO Zone




  • Recognition on behalf of the Museo Poblano de Arte Virreinal. (Viceregal Art Museum in Puebla) for the restoration of the works for the temporal exposition ”El Legado de la Compañía” (The Legacy of the Company). April 2000.


Professional Activities. INAH


  • March 2010 / Advanced Practice in San Miguel Ixtla, Guanajuato.

  • October 2009 / Management for field work in San Miguel Ixtla, Guanajuato.

  • June 2009 / Evaluation for the relevance of a field practice in Tepoztlán, Morelos.

  • March 2008 / Recognition of mural painting. Actopan e Ixmiquilpan

  • February 2008 / Recognition of mural painting. Teotihuacan

  • December 2004. / Mural painting dictum Archeological Site of Tajín.

  • August 2004 / Work dictum in Pachuca, Hidalgo.

  • March 2004 / Advanced Practice in San Miguel Ixtla, Guanajuato.

  • February 2004 / Management for field work in San Miguel Ixtla, Guanajuato.

  • January 2005 / Project gathering for the restoration of the mural paintings at the ex-convent of St John the Baptist in Tetela del Volcán, Morelos. UNESCO CHAIR

  • November 2004 / Project gathering for the restoration of the mural paintings at the ex-convent of St John the Baptist in Tetela del Volcán, Morelos. UNESCO CHAIR

  • October 2004 / Project gathering for the restoration of the mural paintings at the ex-convent of St John the Baptist in Tetela del Volcán, Morelos. UNESCO CHAIR

  • August 2004 / Project gathering for the restoration of the mural paintings at the ex-convent of St John the Baptist in Tetela del Volcán, Morelos. UNESCO CHAIR

  • July 2004 / Project gathering for the restoration of the mural paintings at the ex-convent of St John the Baptist in Tetela del Volcán, Morelos. UNESCO CHAIR



Professional Activity. Private initiative


In Mexico


  • August 2005 - Current

  • Coordinator of preventive conservation of mural work project . Interactive Museum of Economy held at the XVII Century Ex Convent of Betlemitas. Historic Monument in Mexico’s Historical Center – World Heritage UNESCO Zone




  • April – August 2007. Restoration of three paintings private collection of the “Reforma” Newspaper .

  • October 2005 – February 2006. Restoration of Stone Niche “Porrua Building” Historic Center Mexico City.

  • May 2005. Restoration of easel work of the Andrés Audifred. Collection Particular of Rafael Barajas.

  • January 2005/ BESCO SA de CV. – Ex-convent Betlemitas / Preventive Conservation of Mural Paintings during electrical installation.

  • August – September 2004 / Arq. Ilan Vit – Ex-convent of Betlemitas / Advisor on preventive conservation of Mural Paintings.

  • December 2003 / Federal Electric Company / Restoration and museum projection of two easel paintings.

  • Nov. 2000 – Feb. 2002 /Private Owned Shop/ Arts and object Restoration of private collections

  • March - April 2000 / Museo Poblano de Arte Virreinal (Viceregal Art Museum in Puebla) / Restoration of the Collection “El Legado de la Compañía”.

  • April 99 / Viceregal Architecture A.C. / Restoration of mural paintings XVI Century. St. Mary Xoxoteco, Hidalgo.

  • February – March 99 / National Museum of Anthropology and History / Restoration of mural paintings and pre-hispanic ceramic of the Mexica Hall

  • January / November 1998 / Taller Private Shop of Rest. Paula Argumedo / Restoration of the collection of Popular Masks of the Amparo Museum and the work “Tierra” of master Rufino Tamayo.

  • September – December 98 / National Cultural Institute of Mexico City / Assistance for the elaboration of the Conservation and Restoration project of mural paintings of the impressionist painter Joaquín Clausell. Studio México.


In Foreign Lands

  • July - August 96 /Rochus Strotmann Shop Germany / Stone Façade Restoration, Krieler Dömchen. XIII Century. Cologne, Germany.


Professional Activities. Social Service


  • 2000 / National Park Molino de Flores / Elaboration of the Restoration Project of mural paintings of the Tinacal. Ex Hacienda Molino de Flores, XIX Century, Texcoco, Mexico. 468 huors.

  • 1999 / Santa María Xoxoteco, Hidalgo. Restoration of Mural Paintings 98 hours.

  • 1997 / Restoration of easel paintings of the Museo de Guadalupe, Zacatecas. 290 hours.

  • 1995 / Restoration of ceramic artifacts coming from joya del Ceren Site, El Salvador. 200 hours.

  • Total of 1056 hours of social service.




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