Registration session at Kjøpsvik Museum

11 October 2023

Last week, Museum Nord’s collection management group met for a new registration session, this time at Kjøpsvik Museum in Ofoten. The collection management group consists of responsible management, in addition to conservators and collection managers from the Norwegian Fishing Village Museum, Lofotr Viking Museum, Hurtigrutemuseet and the museums in Storvågan.

Innendørs: kamera med museumsgjenstand skomakerlest i fokus

In this session, the focus was mainly on object photography. Large parts of Kjøpsvik Museum’s collection of objects are already registered in Primus, but many needed new object photographs.

Innendørs: Kvinne fotograferer en gjenstand i fotostudio

The object collection at Kjøpsvik Museum consists of many objects related to household utensils, fishing and agriculture, schools, clubs and associations in the village, but also objects related to the village’s cornerstone company Kjøpsvik cement factory Norcem (now Kjøpsvik Cement factory Heidelberg Materials).

utstilling kjøpsvik

Several of the objects that were photographed in Kjøpsvik are now available at the Digitalt Museum. More objects will be published on the Digitalt Museum in due course.

See the items HERE

Skjermbilde fra blant annet to stemmeurner, sko med ståltå, bor, hjelm og landmålingsutstyr,

Read about previous registration sessions

Assembly line registration

Together with Jaroslav, the collection management group of Museum Nord, has begun a series of registration sessions – simply registration on assembly lines.

Registration session at Sørvågen Radio

At the end of August, our collection management group met for another registration session, this time at Sørvågen Radio – a telecommunications museum.

Training in registering objects

Prevalence of objects is one of several important tasks that museums have. This week there is training in Narvik.

Read about Kjøpsvik Museum

Kjøpsvik Museum

The museum in Kjøpsvik cover mining and industrial history, cave finds, fish farming and household culture, war history and the school system.

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