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Climate Adaptation

Climate change and risks for Australian cultural collections Maps and Workflows Resource AUTHORS Amanda Pagliarino amanda.pagliarino@qagoma.qld.gov.au Ainslee Meredith ainslee.meredith@gmail.com In 2020, Amanda Pagliarino and Ainslee Meredith published the climate projection and cultural heritage paper, Mapping climate change and risks for Australian cultural collections (AICCM Bulletin, Vol. 41/1, pp. 3-26). In this paper the climate

Climate Adaptation2021-11-16T11:44:19+11:00

How to edit a post

To start, it’s easiest to navigate to the post you want to edit. Make sure you are logged in. Once you’ve logged in and on the wiki post you want to edit you should see an option to ‘Edit’ across the top. That will take you to the backend. It will look like a

How to edit a post2021-05-24T18:33:20+10:00

Australian cultural heritage – significant reports and publications

AICCM maintains a PDF library of significant reports, resources and planning documents relating to Australian cultural heritage. Links to online sources are provided where possible. If unavailable online, please contact the Secretariat to obtain a copy.

Australian cultural heritage – significant reports and publications2020-10-19T16:51:00+11:00

Paper Conservation

Welcome to the AICCM Paper Conservation wiki page. Here you can find information and articles about paper conservation.

Paper Conservation2020-09-04T12:48:38+10:00

Sustainable Collections

Welcome to the AICCM Sustainable Collections Wiki page. Here you can find information on topics about making your collections more sustainable

Sustainable Collections2020-09-04T12:46:39+10:00

Education and Training

Welcome to the Education and Training Committee Wiki homepage Here you can find links and topics about Education and Training in a conservation setting.

Education and Training2021-02-14T19:26:50+11:00

Workplace skills

resume writing, writing a business plan, building your portfolio, taxation See also: Emerging Conservators SIG

Workplace skills2020-08-03T11:33:44+10:00


Traditional trade skills, craft skills, hands-on skills. Skills are listed alphabetically along with training and workshops opportunities. The courses listed below are suggestions only for conservation skills development. The AICCM does not have any financial or other interests in any of these courses. The Education and Training Committee strongly recommends that you undertake personal research

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