Anyone who follows our social channels knows that we love sharing the many awe-inspiring conservation projects we find. So we thought it was about time we shared our favourite blogs where we find such wonderful case studies. From private studio’s divulging all the little details to world-famous museum blogs worth bookmarking, take a look below and loose yourself in our selection of the best in the industry.
Indulging our fascination for everything Ancient Egyptian, the Penn Museum’s companion blog, The Artifact Lab: Conservation in Action never fails to give fascinating insight into their projects. Although, not exclusive to objects from Ancient Egypt, it’s definitely why we’ve been returning to this blog over the years!
We love this blog for many reasons. Each blog tells the full story in ALOT of detail which is fantastic and the wide range of objects featured keeps us coming back for more again and again. One of our favourites!
Just down the road from our workshops in Chichester is the famous West Dean School of Conservation. The school’s accompanying blog covers an endearing mix of back to basics techniques and unique projects, all from a student perspective.
It’s no surprise that one of the most infamous museums in the world has one of the best blogs. With many articles of interest, both in conservation and of the wider arts, this is one to get lost in, and we often do!
We love The Getty’s conservation project blog posts for their visually illustrated narrative but we are often pulled into read other posts too because of it’s broad, global coverage of the arts. Well worth bookmarking.
If it’s world-renowned paper treasures your looking for, look no further than the British Library’s ‘Collection Care’ blog. Gain perspectives from all four departments: Conservation, Conservation Science and Research, Preventive Conservation, and Digital Preservation on projects including the Li