Murray Edwards College
The Icelandic section of the Nordic Association of Conservators is pleased to announce the XXI NKF Congress - Cultural heritage facing catastrophe: prevention and recoveries to be held in Reykjavik, Iceland 26 - 28 September 2018. The programme is now available at www.nkf2018.is
Early bird registration closes on June 26th. The number of participants is limited, don’t miss the unique opportunity. Please make your arrangements soon.
AHRC-funded Collaborative Doctoral PhD Studentship with the University of Bristol and the National Gallery
‘New research on the history and technology of materials in paintings and other cultural heritage artefacts using advanced mass spectrometry techniques’
IIC offers whatever support and assistance it can to ensure this iconic building is fully restored to its rightful place in Paris.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Center for Painted Wall Preservation, www.pwpcenter.org, invites proposals for its Conserving the Painted Past Symposium slated for April 3-5, 2020 in South Portland, Maine, USA.
VENUE: The workshop will be held in the conservation laboratory: C. Sant Pere, 24. 08330 – Premià de Mar (Barcelona, SPAIN).
Contact person: Rita Udina; firstname.lastname@example.org; +34 649 694 899
TEACHERS: Amparo Escolano, Rita Udina.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Tailored for Paper Conservators with emphasis on those working in the private practice area or conservation studios where inpainting is very much demanded. International character of the course is encouraged.
The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) is seeking a creative, forward-looking, and collaborative Assistant Editor to support AATA Online, a comprehensive database of over 147,000 abstracts of literature related to the preservation and conservation of material cultural heritage. A major reference work for the conservation field, AATA Online has been freely available online since 2002. Updated quarterly, AATA Online adds approximately 4,000 new records to the resource annually.
Joanneumsviertel, Auditorium, 8010 Graz
The IIC Austrian Group have planned an exciting and diverse programme for the next 'Day of Restoration' including lectures on two EU-projects, how to detect forgeries, the work of Egon Schiele and metal restoration. The new programme is available now:
9:00-19:00 symposium and reception
Historic Royal Palaces is hosting a one-day symposium to discuss the paintings and coffering of the 17th-century ceiling at the Banqueting House, Whitehall. This symposium will be of interest to art and architectural historians, conservators and heritage scientists. It will showcase the results of recent technical investigations to understand and develop methods to preserve and present the ceiling’s painting and decorative scheme.
A two-day CATS-conference titled 'Mobility Creates Masters - Discovering Artists' Grounds 1550-1700' will be held in Copenhagen.
The focus of the conference will be on issues related to mapping artists' usage of coloured ground layers in paintings in the period.
Conference venue: University of Copenhagen (South Campus), Karen Blixens Vej 1, Building 21, Denmark