Senior Research Assistant in the Architectural Conservation Laboratory in the Department of Real Estate and Construction (Ref.: 201701392) to commence on January 1, 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter, on a two-year fixed-term basis with contract-end gratuity and University contribution to a retirement benefits scheme, totalling up to 10% of basic salary.
Open & Closing Dates 10/05/2017 to 11/02/2017
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN HISTORY
CONSERVATOR (EXHIBITS AND LOANS)
GS 11-12 ($66,510- $103,639)
The Icon Photographic Materials Group is running an event on Friday 17th November to share knowledge on the conservation of photographs and film. Following on from the successful Icon Scotland news and ideas exchange, the PhMG are looking for 16 conservators or conservation scientists willing to share their experiences. You may be working in an institution, as a private conservator or as a student.
A one-day meeting will be held at the National Gallery, London, on 8 November 2017 entitled 'Access to scientific technologies and resources for cultural heritage research through the IPERION CH project'. IPERION is an EU project funded under the Horizon2020 programme.
Unexpected fame: Conservation approaches to the preparatory object Call for Papers
2ND Icon Book & Paper Group Conference
The Icon Book & Paper Group is pleased to announce the theme for our 2018 conference, and to open the call for papers. Please see below for further details of how you can submit an abstract for consideration by our review panel. A call for posters will follow in early 2018.
Chemical Hygiene Officer (Regular Full-Time) Conservation Center, LACMA
The Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation (FAIC) presents the Compensation for Loss in the Conservation of Photographic Materials workshop, April 16 - 20, 2018, instructed by James Bernstein, Debra Evens, and Victoria Binder.
School of History and Heritage, University of Lincoln, UK.*
Salary: From £37,706 per annum
Closing Date: Wednesday 25 October 2017
Interview Date: Monday 06 November 2017
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.