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There’s no place like home… Reflections on my IMAC award placement at The University of Birmingham

The IMAC award is an opportunity for one student from The University of Melbourne, Australia, to spend four weeks observing professionals working across the cultural collections, galleries, archives and museums of The University of Birmingham, UK. Interested students must submit and application for review and the short listed candidates are then required to give a

There’s no place like home… Reflections on my IMAC award placement at The University of Birmingham2019-10-30T16:23:20+11:00

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. If you like the latest conservation news, come and spend an hour, a day or all three days listening to what's new. The Alexander Copland Award for the best minor thesis will also be announced. The program

Minor Thesis and PhD presentation time again!2019-10-30T16:24:16+11:00

On Paper? Student reflections of the 8th AICCM Book, Paper and Photographic Symposium

Photon physics, performance art, artworks on iPads – these are examples of some engaging and thought provoking topics presented at On Paper? The 8th AICCM Book, Paper and Photographic Materials Symposium. Held over three days at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the symposium offered participants an insight into current issues and developments in the contemporary

On Paper? Student reflections of the 8th AICCM Book, Paper and Photographic Symposium2019-10-30T16:25:29+11:00
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