The Metropolitan Museum of Art welcomes applications from scholars of art history, archaeology, conservation and related sciences, as well as from scholars in other disciplines whose projects are interdisciplinary in nature and relate to objects in The Met’s collection. The tremendous diversity of fellows' projects reflects the historic and geographic diversity of the Museum's collection.
Alternate Tuesdays 1-2pm & Thursdays 5-6pm
Seminar Room, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Downing Site, unless otherwise indicated
Start of year Heritage Fair – all welcome (social event)
Patrick Boylan: (Professor Emeritus of Heritage Policy and Management, City, University of London):
‘Campaigning for the strengthening of the protection of cultural property in times of armed conflict 1992 - 2017: a personal perspective.’
The National Archives, on behalf of the Valuation Office and in conjunction with the Heritage Council, is pleased to offer a 12 month internship in paper conservation.
The Edward James Foundation is a charitable educational trust located on the 6,400 acre West Dean Estate in beautiful West Sussex countryside near Chichester, specialising in creative and applied arts. As well as being a respected educational institution, the historic house and collections, the stunning grounds and gardens open to the public, and the year round events and exhibitions make West Dean truly unique.
Vacancy for Principal Conservator, Paper and Books Artlab Australia Level P03
Salary range: A$90,029 - A$95,487
SA Government Vacancy number: 2017 - 23071
Closing date: 12 October 2017
The successful candidate would be mainly based at Heritage Conservation Centre (HCC), where it is the main repository of the national collection under the custodianship of the National Heritage Board (NHB), Singapore.
Senior Conservator - Head of Photograph Conservation Lab
The Harry Ransom Center (http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/) seeks skilled, collaborative candidates for the position of Senior Photograph Conservator.
Members and non-members are invited to attend the ARA Conservation Lecture Week. The programme covers a broad range of topics including: standards; health and safety; seals; papermaking; photographic processes and preservation; care of film and sound recordings; surveying and testing materials.
9th - 12th October 2017
Churchill College, Cambridge, UK
Full attendance: members - GBP375 Non-members - GBP415
Day attendance: members - GBP95 Non-members - GBP105
(Lunch is not included.)
London Metropolitan Archives, London
Lecturer: Lara Speroni, private conservator
Participants: Max 12 people
Course fee: UKP 200
This two-day workshop will look at the execution and adaptation of sewn-on book covers that are quick and simple to make but effective and non-intrusive. The sewing structures and cover designs can be adopted as a one-off conservation intervention or as a part of a large collection's preservation plan.
The American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC) and the Archaeological Discussion Group (ADG) - http://www.conservation-us.org/specialty-topics/objects/archaeological-d...
are pleased to participate in the Archaeological Institute of America's International Archaeology Day (IAD)https://www.archaeological.org/archaeologyday/about