Photo Conservation: Round Table Discussion

Friday, 17 November, 2017 - 12:30
Place: 
London

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. We'd like to hear about your solutions, but also your dilemmas over photographic materials both traditional and modern: treatments, preventive measures, scientific investigation and routes into photograph conservation. The aim of the meeting is to build a comfortable
space to discuss on-going projects.

If you're willing to give a five minute talk, send a titled proposal (c.100 words) with your name and affiliation by Monday 23rd October. Invited speakers will need to prepare approximately five PowerPoint slides, though these should be illustrative rather than textual. If you'd like any further details or to discuss your idea please get in touch (email phmg@icon.org.uk) as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you.

*You do not need to give a presentation to attend.*

You can book your place here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/photo-conservation-round-table-discussion...

The main event will take place from 12.30 (for a 13:00 start) -16:00. Tea, coffee, soft drinks, cakes and fruit will be provided. This will be followed by a short annual general meeting and a visit to Illuminating India: Photography 1857-2017
http://technology-trust-news.org/6S6-57M8Z-I4M1CR-2TU7S7-1/c.aspx from 16:00-18:00.

The annual general meeting and the exhibition are free.

Thank you to the Science Museum London for hosting the event.

Venue: Science Museum London, Dana Research Centre and Library
Date and time: Friday 17th November 12:30 (for 13:00 start) - 18:00
Round table discussion: £10 Icon members, £15 non Icon members, £7 speakers.
Annual general meeting and exhibition: Free
Attendees: 30 including 16 speakers