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 invite AICCM members to download Volume 2 of Scroll, which includes a foreword by AICCM President Alice Cannon and nine submissions that are informative and thought-provoking, as follows:
- Aslı Günel, ‘Conversing with artefacts: Observations from a manuscript healing place in Istanbul’
- LJ Lupgens, ‘Conserving queer heritage’
- Gabriela Lúcio de Sousa, ‘Demystifying textile conservation: Accessible and effective methods for conservators’
- Rowan Frame, ‘Conserving Rothko’s murals and aesthetic experience’
- Elizabeth Gralton, ‘Conservation in fiction: A Month in the Country by JL Carr’
- Jessica Argall, ‘Exploring the use and potential of Nanorestore gels® in the conservation cleaning of plastic objects’
- Eleanor S Thomas and Sarah PG Dodson, ‘A feminist reframing: The reconstruction of knowledge in conservation’
- Leandra Flores, ‘Experiential learning: The treatment of Baskerville’s Virgil’
- Maité Robayo, ‘Down the maternal line: Intergenerational pottery practices in Barichara, Colombia’.
The editors – Emma Dacey, Rachel Davis, Joshua Loke, Emily May and Jonathan van Toor – wish to thank Scroll contributors for their expertise, enthusiasm and trust.