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Obituary: Colin Pearson

Dr Colin Pearson © Julian Bickersteth

Vale Dr Colin Pearson, “Father of the Conservation Profession in Australia”, friend and mentor to generations of conservators in Australia and internationally. The Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material (AICCM) is saddened to report the death of Dr Colin Pearson, AO, MBE on Sunday 17th April 2016. Colin was a former Council member and Vice President of IIC.

Obituary: Dr Colin Pearson (1941-2016)

Dr Colin Pearson (1941-2016) – obituary
Vale Dr Colin Pearson, “Father of the Conservation Profession in Australia”,
friend and mentor to generations of conservators in Australia and internationally.
The Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material (AICCM) is
saddened to report the death of Dr Colin Pearson, AO, MBE on Sunday 17th April
2016. Colin was a former Council member and Vice President of IIC.
Born in the Midlands in England, Colin studied at the University of Manchester from

IAP Digital Photography of Museum Objects Course 2018

Price(s): £345.00
Places available: 10
Location: London, Institute of Archaeology

This two day practical course is for those who wish to optimise the results they are obtaining using digital equipment to record images of museum objects.  Whilst there will be discussions on the use and choice of digital cameras the emphasis will be on practical photographic and lighting techniques and on how to manipulate the resultant digital images for use in reports, exhibition catalogues etc.

12 Jun 2018 to 13 Jun 2018

IIC-ITCC 2017 Workshop

Photo taken by Casey Liu; copyright IIC-ITCC 2017

The third thematic workshop in the IIC International Training Centre for Conservation (IIC-ITCC) series successfully opened on 14 November. With the focus on textile conservation, 23 mid-career conservation professionals, representing a spectacular variety of backgrounds from around the world, have been selected to attend this intensive hands on workshop. The workshop took place for the first time in the newly established ‘Hospital for Conservation’ at the Palace Museum, also the largest science institution for heritage conservation in China.

14 Nov 2017 to 22 Nov 2017

Casa Vicens becomes a museum

© Casa Vicens, Barcelona 2017. Foto: Pol Viladoms

BARCELONA - For the first time in its 130-year-old history, the first house designed by Antoni Gaudí will be open to the public to become a museum.
Casa Vicens was built between 1883 and 1885 in the Barcelona neighborhood of Gràcia, will open in October following a major two-year restoration led by a trio of Spanish architects. This is the latest building dsigned by Gaudí to be opened for public view, becoming part of the so-called Gaudí Route which includes the famous Sagrada Familia.

International Conference of ICOMOS : Conservation Ethics Today: Are our Conservation-Restoration Theories and Practice ready for the 21st Century?

Organized by:
ICOMOS In cooperation with the Fondazione Romualdo del Bianco in Florence, With the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee of Theory and Philosophy of Conservation and Restoration and the German National Scientific Committee of Conservation and Restoration of Wall Paintings and Architectural Surfaces, With the partnership of the European Confederation of Conservator-Restorers’ Organisation E.C.C.O.

International Conference of ICOMOS
“Conservation Ethics Today: Are our Conservation-Restoration Theories and Practice ready for the 21st Century?”

1 Mar 2018 to 3 Mar 2018

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