The National Air and Space Museum is looking to fill 5 conservator positions in support of a planned renovation project at the Museum on the National Mall. This project is expected to last 7 to 8 years and will involve approximately 4000 artifacts representing the full range of materials from the 18th century to the present day. Since the collection encompasses a wide range of materials and preservation challenges, candidates with specialized skills and experience treating a range of materials are encouraged to apply.
Pre-registration, abstract submission and workshop expression of interest now open!
HERCULES Lab, University of Évora
We are pleased to announce that you can now pre-register to attend the 8th MaSC meeting and that we invite participants to submit abstracts for this meeting. You are now also able to submit an expression of interest in attending the workshops on 26-27th September and 30th September 2017. For further details, please see below
To undertake high-quality research led teaching and supervision at postgraduate and undergraduate level in Technical Art History, to make an active contribution in the development of the subject of Technical Art History within the University, and to undertake administration as requested by the Head of Technical Art History and Head of School. To undertake a degree of high-quality research in the field of Technical Art History within the bounds of a heavy teaching and supervisory role.
The latest electronic ballot for election to IIC's Fellowship has just been posted on the IIC web-site and you are invited to take part in this. The ballot is open to all IIC Fellows in good standing (i.e. those whose membership fees are up to date) and to all IIC Honorary Fellows.
The ballot ends on the 31st of July 2017.
All IIC Honorary Fellows and Fellows have also been sent a traditional paper ballot in the post. Please make sure that you do not vote twice for the same candidate.
AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Programme PhD studentship: 'Pigment-additive interactions in synthetic emulsion materials and implications for the conservation of modern and contemporary art'. (Deadline July 3, 2017)
ICON Gilding and Decorative Surfaces Group are pleased to offer a two-day course in working with Composition (Compo) ornament. Hosted at the Wallace Collection, London 20-21st July 2017, 10-5pm.
Recent conservation and research on the two Winchester Bibles One day symposium, Tuesday 27th June 2017 Registration is free (including lunch) but booking is required.
A course on the conservation of cultural heritage made of wood
The course is divided in two main parts:
1. On-line distance learning: 9 April - 11 May 2018
2. Workshop in Oslo: 4 - 29 June 2018
Oslo, Norway (premises of Riksantikvaren - The Directorate for Cultural Heritage)