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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.
Ochre, Spinifex & Foil installation photo

Ochre, Spinifex & Foil

A new exhibition curated by Gina Levenspiel opened this week at the Tin Sheds Gallery at Sydney University. 
Noni, Ren and Adil clean the frame of Moses bringing down the Tables of the Law’ (c.1872-8) by John Rogers Herbert. Photo by Suzi Shaw, National Gallery of Victoria.

Noni, Ren and Adil clean the frame of Moses bringing down the Tables of the Law’ (c.1872-8) by John Rogers Herbert. Photo by Suzi Shaw, National Gallery of Victoria.

Who, what, where: July 2015

Conservation news from around the country as published in the July National Newsletter 2015.
Map of Australia, image courtesy of the British Library via Flickr

AICCM Division News July 2015

News from AICCM Divisions around the country.

Vale Bob Morrison

Robert C. (Bob) Morrison sadly passed away early on April 25th, 2015 aged 71.

William Robinson Research Project

A significant QUT and Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) collaboration to research the technical art history and conservation treatment of William Robinson’s paintings was begun in November 2014 with the two year appointment of paintings conservator, Sophie Theobald

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