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Online Events For Conservators, November & December 2020



As industry events continue to be held online, this must be seen as an opportunity to ‘attend’ events you may not have considered previously. Time, travel and its subsequent costs are now no obstacle so why not get comfy, get online and get involved with these great events now available, literally at your fingertips. We’ve rounded up the stand out events for the rest of 2020 so you can end this year on a positive.

Plastics In Peril: Focus on Conservation of Polymeric Materials in Cultural Heritage

16.11.20 at 9:00am - 5:00pm

This conference will discuss real-life approaches to caring for the plastics in our museums, including identification of materials, collection management and storage, conservation treatments, and packaging. Focusing on practical solutions, speakers from leading international institutions will share their experiences of analysing, conserving and caring for plastic heritage. Indivi- dual papers and keynotes will be complemented by a panel discussion and virtual coffee breaks to help us connect to one another in digital space.

For more information and to book, click here.

Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS 2020)

16.11.2020 -19.11.2020

The 2020 Eastern Analytical Symposium & Exposition will be held virtually this November. The technical presentations will be offered in one of the following formats:

Live sessions: Pre-recorded presentations will be broadcast at a scheduled time followed by a real-time live Q&A with session presenters. All the pre-recorded presentations will be available for the extended period for on-demand viewing.

On-Demand sessions: Pre-recorded presentations will be available for viewing at the event and during the extended viewing period afterwards.

Poster sessions: The posters will be available for viewing at the event and during the extended viewing period afterwards.

For more information and to book, click here.

Getting Started in Contemporary Art Conservation - Online Conference

18.11.20 at 10:00am - 20.11.20 at 12:00pm

The Icon Contemporary Art Network conference scheduled for earlier this year in conjunction with the Emerging Professional Network has changed to be an online offering of three morning sessions - 18th–20th November. These sessions reflect on a range of topics and themes that aim to create discussion and debate for those working in contemporary art. There is a focus on recent treatments, approaches and strategies to the care of artworks and experiences of working within the sector all aimed at supporting or providing insight to those working in contemporary art conservation.

For more information and to book, click here.


Icon Environmental Sustainability Network meeting: Q&A session on Sustainability in Conservation

25.11.20 at 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Q&A session on Sustainability in Conservation with Icon member, Melissa Lewis ACR

For more information and to book, click here.


ICON Scotland's 23rd Annual Plenderleith Lecture

26.11.20 at 7:00pm - 8:30pm

2020 - A great disruption or 'plus ça change'?

Icon Scotland is delighted to welcome Euan Leitch, the Director of the Built Environment Forum Scotland as the speaker for its 23rd annual Plenderleith Memorial Lecture. In 2020 BEFS created the COVID Historic Environment Resilience Forum in an attempt to understand the short and long term impacts of this unfolding event. What is it finding?

For more information and to book, click here.

Procurement: How do you ensure good craftsmanship?

02.12.20 at 7:00pm - 8:00pm

This FREE series is hosted jointly by the NHIG and Icon Metals Group

The second in a new series for all heritage professionals and practitioners in which invited guests compare their professional experiences through informal conversation.

For more information and to book, click here.


Caring for Photographs by Lorraine Finch ACR

10.12.20 at 9:30am - 11:00am

This online course will look at the ten agents of deterioration as they affect photographic material, going through the simple steps that you can take to reduce their effects and examining handling in detail. Bring your questions about your photographic collections because your interaction is positively encouraged.

For more information and to book, click here.

Which events will you be attending? Do you prefer online events? We'd love to hear your thoughts!


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The Workshop,
Leigh Road,
Terminus Industrial Estate,
Chichester
PO19 8TT
United Kingdom

Tel        +44(0)1243 776928

Email   sales@willard.co.uk

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