‘Terrorism, Non-International Armed Conflicts & the Protection of Cultural Heritage’
8th International Workshop on Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage (PATCH 2015) is co-located with the ACM Intelligent User Interfaces 2015 Conference in Atlanta, GA, USA, 29 March – 1 April 2015. The primary goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers & practitioners who are working on various aspects of cultural heritage and are interested in exploring the potential of state of the art technology (onsite as well as online) to enhance the CH visit experience.
◾International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Rome (ICCROM)
◾Netherlands National Commission for UNESCO
◾Smithsonian Institution, United States
In cooperation with:
◾Reinwardt Academy, Amsterdam School of the Arts
◾Centre for Global Heritage and Development (Leiden University, Delft Universityof Technology, Erasmus University Rotterdam)
◾National Museum for World Cultures, Leiden
◾Prince Claus Fund, Cultural Emergency Response Programme
Staffordshire Archive and Heritage Service
Led by Richard Nichols and Cara Hughes
10:30 - 11am Arrival, Registration and Refreshments
11 - 11:45am Examination of blade types and characteristics. Explanation of sharpening methods and tools available. Demonstration of methods for different types of blade
11:45am - 1pm Sharpening practice and participation by delegates
1 - 2pm Lunch (Buffet lunch included)
Manijeh Hadian Dehkordi speaks on the subject of her doctoral dissertation: Air Quality in the Museum Environment - Exemplary Investigations on Air Pollutants in Berlin , Tehran and Mumbai Museum.
Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden, Güntzstr . 34, 01307 Dresden , Lecture Room 222
The lecture will be held in German language.
Books in Exhibitions: Mounts, Materials and Economy
10 am - 5 pm
The Walters Art Museum
A two-day workshop
Organized by Terry Drayman-Weisser
Taught by Terry Drayman-Weisser and Bobby Mann
$220 AIC members; $400 non-members
Registration is first-come, first-served. Early registration is highly recommended, as the program is limited to 12 participants.
"Understanding Asian Papers and their Applications in Paper Conservation"
Icon Book and Paper Group Co-operative Training Register (CTR)
Tate Conservation Studios
Instructor: Minah Song
The Icon Book and Paper Group CTR is delighted to present its next workshop, hosted by Tate and generously supported by Conservation by Design.
The University of Amsterdam organizes from a Masterclass "Archeological Iron" 8-10 April 2015 by Valentin Boissonnas MA. This intensive course aimed at restorers, conservation scientists and related professionals practicing within the field.
Booking is Now Open!
Over three days of events, we will look at the introduction, formalisation, and evolution of East Asian materials and techniques that have become part of paper conservation practice across the globe.
On 8 April we are offering a range of studio tours across London, granting access to the conservation studios of some of the world's leading collections, followed by a free evening drinks reception at The Foundling Museum in Brunswick Square.