University of Glasgow, Scotland
Film Screening and ICON Ethnography Group AGM: "Harvesting Traditional Knowledge"
Tuesday 9th April 2019, 6.45pm - 9pm
Farringdon Room, St Bride's Foundation, London, UK, EC4Y 8EQ
The ICON Ethnography group are delighted to screen the documentary “Harvesting Traditional Knowledge”; a two-way learning project created in 2013-2014 by the Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists (ANKAAA) alongside Aboriginal Community Art Centres and the Centre for Cultural Material Conservation, University of Melbourne.
20|21 Conservação e Restauro has invited Camille Breeze to teach a two day workshop on cleaning textiles.
For more information see the attached flyer.
2021 Conservation & Restoration has invited Bronwyn Ormsby and Judith Lee to teach a three day workshop aimed at conservators on the topic of cleaning modern paints.
For more information see the attached flyers.
36 East 30th Street, NYC
June 22-23, 2019, 10am-6pm
In the 1830s, well before daguerreotype, wet plate or albumen, Fox Talbot invented salt printing, arguably the most romantic 19th Century process. In this two-day workshop we will cover all of the basics of the process: paper selection, salting, sensitizing, toning and waxing. Using your own negatives, or ones provided by the instructor you will explore this inexpensive and elegant photographic process.
National Gallery of Canada
Registration for the Ninth Meeting of the Users' Group for Mass Spectrometry and Chromatography (MaSC) is open. The two-day meeting at the National Gallery of Canada will include presentations on the following topics:
12th North American Textile Conservation Conference
Ottawa-Gatineau, Canada, September 23 - 27, 2019
Registration dates and rates are as follows:
Early bird registration (May 1 - June 15, 2019): 325 USD Regular registration (June 16 - August 31, 2019): 375 USD Late registration (September 1 - on-site at conference): 425 USD
Students: 200 USD
Registration will open on May 1, 2019
Paper and poster presentations
September 26-27, 2019 at the Canadian Museum of History
Have you ever wondered how to pack glass so that it doesn't break in storage or during shipping? In this live stream on April 2, watch as a panel of CMoG experts talk about how to pack glass safely and answer questions from viewers. The panel will have examples of objects and materials available to show and discuss. The Museum's three new videos about packing glass -
Tutor(s): Joyce Townsend
Places available: 20
Location: Tate Britain