Call for Submissions: Metropolitan Museum Journal
The ALIPH Foundation (International alliance for the protection of heritage in conflict areas) launched its first call for projects earlier this year. On 19 June 2019 the ALIPH Foundation Board decided to support 14 projects to protect heritage in conflict areas.
ALIPH is now delighted to announce the launch of their second call for projects.
ALIPH supports a wide variety of projects to protect heritage that is endangered, under threat or which has suffered from damage by conflict.
Place: Kizhi Island and Petrozavodsk, Republic of Karelia, Russian Federation
Organizer: Kizhi Open Air Museum
The course goal is to disseminate professional knowledge in the field of conservation and restoration and prepare participants for practical work on wooden architecture conservation in their countries.
Call for Papers: 'Recordkeeper 3.0'
The ICON Gilding and Decorative Surfaces Group has teamed up with 'The Paint Effect' specialist decoration school and together are offering a unique series of courses in paint finishing which will broaden your experience of painting and fine decoration.
Courses will suit all levels of experience. Lose your fear of painting, enjoy the process and come learn a new trick or two!
Registration for the CIPA International Symposium is now open as is the Call for Papers
Papers in all areas of 3D recording, modelling, conserving, documenting, valorisation and preservation of Cultural Heritage are invited. Please check the most important dates for submission here.
The ICOM-CC Metals Working Group and the Haute Ecole Arc Conservation-restauration Neuchâtel are pleased to announce the call for posters for Metal 2019, the 9th Interim Meeting of the Metals Working Group.
The poster session aims to encourage an informal and interactive setting for authors to present their work. Posters are an ideal way to showcase interesting, innovative and current conservation research and practice.
The conservation of immobile stone monuments, structures or objects within traditional buildings present specific conservation challenges as a result of conditions faced by both the internal and external structure. Monuments in Monuments 2019 will examine the interaction and conflicts raised when conserving stone structures in this context and examines whether a holistic conservation approach is possible. The conference is hosted by Historic Environment Scotland at the Building Conservation Centre, the Engine Shed, in Stirling.
The organisers would like invite paper submissions for the session on "De-colonisation at EAA 25 years on: the social-economic contribution of cultural heritage conservation" at the 25th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) in Bern, Switzerland, 4-7 September 2019. Abstracts should be 150 to 300 words, and the deadline is 14 February 2019.
ICON Scotland are delighted to welcome experts from Germany for a unique 2 part conservation seminar inside the stunning setting of Stirling Castle:
9.30 - 12.30 : IBZ Salzchemie (Prof. Dr. Gerald Ziegenbalg & Dr Claudia Dietze): 'Nanolime for the consolidation of stone, mortar, plaster and wall paintings'