Scroll is a journal supported by the Student Conservators at Melbourne (SC@M) and a platform for cultural heritage students and alumni to express their ideas. The journal publishes essays, reviews, interviews, reports and works of creative expression.
The editors of Scroll invite the members of AICCM to download the inaugural issue, which includes a foreword by Professor Robyn Sloggett and ten submissions that are thought-provoking, informative and entertaining, as follows:
- Frances Lojkine, ‘The fun of condition reporting in public’
- Gabriel Garde, ‘Conserving oppression: Historical revisionism and the preservation of cultural materials in a post-Marcos Philippines’
- Emma Ward, ‘Shifting perspectives in conservation: Interview with time-based art conservator Asti Sherring’
- Sandra Song, ‘Manufacturing a karibari board: A project report’
- Michael Iles, ‘A master’s online’
- Elizabeth Gralton, ‘Lessons from Haeinsa: What a Korean Buddhist temple can teach us about preventive conservation’
- Thomas Keep, ‘Digitisation as conservation: A discussion of the Hellenic Museum Digitisation Project’
- Sophie Antulov, ‘“The Care and ID of Photographs” workshop: A review’
- Jordan Aarsen, ‘The changing approach to relining canvas paintings: A review of the methods and materials applied to painting relining in Europe from the 17th to 20th century’
- Michael Davies, ‘Effluence and affluence’.
The editors wish to thank Scroll contributors for their expertise, enthusiasm and trust.
— Rachel Davis, Joshua Loke and Emma Dacey, founding editors of Scroll.