By Julian Bickersteth
IIC Annual General Meeting and AGM Talk will take place in London on 30 January 2023, with a chance for members to vote and attend our drinks reception. Members will also have the opportunity to vote online ahead of the meeting and watch proceedings remotely via livestream.
By Martin Brückner
Reviewed by Joan Francis
Migrants: Art, Artists, Materials and Ideas Crossing Borders
Edited by Lucy Wrapson, Victoria Sutcliffe, Sally Woodcock and Spike Bucklow
Archetype Books: London, 2020
Paperback / 230 pages / 128 illustrations / £45.00
Intesa Sanpaolo, the Conservation and Restoration Centre La Venaria Reale and the Association IGIIC - Gruppo Italiano International Institute for Conservation, on the occasion of the 2022 exhibit of Artissima, are pleased to invite you to the
live streaming digital conference.
18 NOVEMBRE 2022 DALLE 16.00 ALLE 18.00
LINEE DI ENERGIA
Oltre la fotografia.
L’immagine fotografica tra produzione,
creazione e conservazione.
In this issue the event reviews section is, not surprisingly, dedicated to the IIC Wellington 2022 Congress. Below are excerpts from the thoughtful and personal essays written for the IIC Congress Blog by our stellar Digital Engagement Volunteers, without whom the Congress could not have run so smoothly. Please enjoy their insightful and inspiring perspectives on the week’s presentations and events; you can enjoy the entire Blog on the Congress information website.
(from review by Ahmed Shayo)
Review by Alexandra Taylor
AROUND THE WORLD IN 30 SECONDS
Opening up the Zoom chat propelled this year’s IIC Congress Student Meeting into action. With a simple click, Amber Kerr, Meaghan Monaghan and Alexandra Taylor welcomed 46 participants into the fray... and it was quickly established that convening online for just such a meet-and-greet made the world that much smaller.
The Foundation for Advancement in Conservation (FAIC) is now accepting proposals for the upcoming Photomechanical Prints: History, Technology, Aesthetics, and Use symposium taking place at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, October 31-November 2, 2023.
The deadline for submissions has been extended until Friday, November 18, 2022. Proposals are welcome across disciplines and a broad range of subjects that reflect the diversity of the field.
By Elizabeth Hébert
Tune into any episode of the ECPodcast and you will hear, “This is the ECPodcast: by and for emerging conservation professionals,” playing over a catchy piano jingle. The podcast was started a little over two years ago by Liz Hébert, a masters student studying paintings conservation at the University of Amsterdam. Episodes have covered a range of topics that pertain to ECPs (emerging conservation professionals), from writing a thesis to working a second job. Read on to learn about what it takes to put a podcast together, and what’s coming up next in Season 2.
Alongside COP27 Egypt and continuing the great success of last year, IIC is organising another 24-hour global edit-a-thon, 16 - 17 November 2022, to edit and create content for the world's largest encyclopedia, Wikipedia, focused on Cultural Heritage Conservation Sustainability.