NU-ACCESS Postdoctoral Research Scholarship: Understanding Metal Soap Protrusions on Georgia O'Keeffe's Paintings
SRAL Studios, Weibengahal, Avenue Ceramique 224, 6221KX Maastricht
The material given in the seminar is directed towards the latest developments in this field
Contemporary materials and techniques in the art production Different ways of decision making Ethics and aesthetics in the (conservation)treatment of modern art Strategies for a tailored (specific?) approach per Art Movement (kinetic art, Zero art, Arte Povera, Outdoor Sculptures etc.) The artist?s involvement and guidelines for daily practice
Al Ain, United Arab Emirates and Nizwa, Oman
Instructor: Minah Song, independent paper conservator
Date: 3th - 5th July (Tue - Thu), 2018 - 3 days
Place: The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
Enrollment limit : 12
Registration fee: 470 GBP (materials included)
Notice is hereby given that the sixty-eighth Annual General Meeting of the International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works will be held at the Society of Antiquaries of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BE, on Monday 22nd January 2018 at 6.00 pm.
2016, Los Angeles: The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, 500 pps., ISBN 978-1-938770-08-1. Available from the publishers in soft cover print and as aKindle eBook
Bool reviewed by Robyn Sloggett, The Grimwade Centre, The University of Melbourne
2016, Los Angeles, CA, Publisher: Getty Conservation Institute, 150 pages, paperback, ISBN 9781606064870
Book reviewed by Ria German-Carter
The Hamilton Kerr Institute for the conservation of easel paintings is a department of the Fitzwilliam Museum and a postgraduate teaching institution with an international reputation for its high-quality programmes of instruction for students and interns. It also operates an active and wide-ranging research programme. The Institute undertakes the conservation of easel paintings for the Fitzwilliam Museum, and also for external public and private collections. Its clients include the University of Cambridge, the National Trust and the Royal Collection.
This conference/training program, organized by Technology & Conservation, the MIT Museum, and the Boston Society of Architects' Historic Resources Committee, will be held on the MIT campus in Cambridge, MA. The conference schedule, with topics and speakers along with the "call for posters" and registration form is available at the Boston Society of Architects' Historic Resources Committee's website: https://www.architects.org/committees/news/architectural-aluminum-21st-c...