John Marshall and Rhiannon Walker will be discussing how previous damage caused by physical forces has led to the development of innovative and unique custom mounting solutions. Focussing on three large and vulnerable works from the QAGOMA collection, they will share how the workshop team collaborated with conservators to design and fabricate safe and secure mounting systems, allowing these works to be moved, installed and displayed with much less risk of damage.

Thursday 22 April 2021
7pm-8:30pm <AEST>
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If you missed the webinar, you can watch the recording here.

Rhiannon Walker is a conservator at QAGOMA, currently working on the Collection Online project. Rhiannon has previously worked as Exhibitions Conservator at the State Library of Queensland, and the National Museum of Australia. She graduated as an objects conservator from the University of Canberra in 2003.

John Marshall is an artisan with the QAGOMA exhibitions team. He has 20 years experience in mount making, rigging and artwork storage/ transport solutions.

Thank you to our session sponsors Turtle Box and DatacomIT