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Varied carpet beetle (Anthrenus verbasci) approx 3 millimeters long.

Varied carpet beetle (Anthrenus verbasci) approx 3 millimeters long. Photo: Jean-Raphaël Guillaumin via Flickr

Urgent Integrated Pest Management issue concerning rodent bait

  There is a lot of discussion about integrated pest management within the industry and often things are put in place and set and left.
Kay Söderlund (pictured), along with Claire Heasman and Sophie Brown presenting a lecture titled Framing with Conservation in Mind, Collaborating with Conservators.

Kay Söderlund (pictured), along with Claire Heasman and Sophie Brown presenting a lecture titled Framing with Conservation in Mind, Collaborating with Conservators. Photo: Louise Bradley

AICCM at Art and Frame 2015

Frank Filippone, editor of Profile Magazine and organiser of Art Frame, the picture framing industry trade fair, again very generously offered a stand to AICCM.

Photo: Pulpolux via Flickr

 

The Conservation Spectrum

At its recent AGM in November 2015, AICCM released updated documents: Statement on Conservators in an Australian Context, and...

Photo: Franklin Heijnen via Flickr

Future proofing the conservation profession in Australia

This is a summary of paper 'Relinquishing ambulance chasing and engaging with the real threats to the preservation of Australia’s cultural record' presented to the 2015 AICCM National Conference.

Photo: Russ Allison Lear via Flickr

Conservation in museums—where to from here?

This paper is a précis Julian Bickersteth presented at the 2015 AICCM Conference.
Conservators enjoy the Shene Estate historic house tour

Conservators enjoy the Shene Estate historic house tour. Photo: Anne Carter

A student’s view: 2015 AICCM National Conference

It is my pleasure to briefly reflect on my student experience in attending this year’s AICCM National Conference Illuminating the New: Contemporary Issues in Materials Conservation, in Hobart.
Erica Burgess, Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery Conservator talking with delegates on tour

Erica Burgess, Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery Conservator talking with delegates on tour. Photo: Anne Carter

Overview: 2015 AICCM National Conference

The last time that the Tasmanian Division of the AICCM hosted the national conference was in 1990 in Launceston, and what a fabulous job they did 25 years later in Hobart.
AICCM needs a Web Manager: is it a job for you?

Wanted: AICCM Web Manager

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: WEB MANAGER THIS POSITION IS NOW CLOSED.
Grimwade Centre for Cultural Material Conservation student

Minor Thesis and PhD presentation time again!

It's that time of year when conservation students make their big debut and we hear all about their exciting research.

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