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Upcoming online events
Climate Heritage Mobilisation Webinar @ Historic England Climate Fridays
1 October – 12 November (weekly webinars)
It’s great to talk about mobilising arts, culture & heritage for climate action but what does that really mean & how do we do it? In the run up to the 2021 UN Climate Conference, COP26, the Climate Heritage Network in partnership with Historic England presents Climate Heritage Mobilisation @ Climate Fridays — a webinar series that explores how we dismantle barriers to greater engagement by cultural operators in climate action, and how we scale up and out culture-based solutions to climate change.
The full webinar schedule is:
1 Oct ‘Making the Move to Climate Resilient Development: Culture-based Strategies for Integrating Sustainable Development and Climate Action’
8 Oct ‘Building reuse is climate action!’
15 Oct ‘Heritage in Climate Planning (HiCLIP); Everyone else is doing it, so why can’t we?’
22 Oct ‘Communicate the role of culture and heritage in climate action’
29 Oct ‘Global Strategy for Elevating Ars + Culture + Heritage Voices at the 2021 UN Climate Conference (COP26)’
5 Nov ‘The Models: Supporting Climate Action by Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples’
12 Nov ‘The Cultural Heritage Case for Valuing traditional knowledge as climate change technology’
More information and registration is here:
IPERION HS and E-RIHS webinar series
12.10.2021, 15:00 CET
Webinar #5: SOCIAL SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES & IPERION HS
Speakers: to be defined
More information and registration: http://www.iperionhs.eu/webinar-6-registration/
Further information here: http://www.iperionhs.eu/webinar-series/
ICRI (Institute of Conservator-Restorers in Ireland) Biennial Conference
14th & 15th October 2021
The ICRI (Institute of Conservator-Restorers in Ireland) would like to bring your attention to our free biennial conference “Conservation Activities in Ireland VII, Celebrating 30 years of Conservation in Ireland – Challenges in Conservation: Past, Present and Future” which will be held online on Thursday 14th and Friday 15th October 2021.
The conference will feature talks, short presentations and posters from a range of disciplines (paper, easel and wall paintings, objects and preventive conservation) with 3 key-note speeches and Q&A sessions throughout the 2-day event. To register and view the full conference timetable please go to:
Introduction to HVAC Systems | Free Webinar, presented by the Image Permanence Institute
14.10.2021, 14:00 EST (20:00 CET, Vienna)
On Thursday, October 14th at 2PM EST the Image Permanence Institute will host a webinar that explains how mechanical systems create environmental conditions for collecting institutions. The topics that will be addressed include an introduction to the components of an HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) system, the job of each component, and how the components work together to achieve desired environmental conditions. This webinar is recommended for collections professionals who would like to gain a better understanding of the basic operations of HVAC systems. A fundamental knowledge of these system operations is necessary to evaluate an HVAC system’s capabilities and performance, and to inform sustainable environmental management.
Register at: https://rit.zoom.us/webinar/register/3216318015563/WN_6MLTvVlaTKCyURXkBN5rIA
CAC-ECC Emerging Conservators Symposium
22.10.2021, 19:00 EST (23.10.2021, 01:00 Vienna) – pre-event discussion
23.10.2021 – Symposium
The CAC (Canadian Association for Conservation of Cultural Property (CAC-ACCR)) Emerging Conservators Committee is pleased to announce its FIRST annual Emerging Conservator Symposium to be held October 23, 2021. This event is an opportunity for students and emerging conservators to share academic projects, term papers, posters, internship projects or treatments. It will also feature a discussion panel with experienced conservators addressing the unique issues and concerns faced by emerging conservators and a pre-symposium meet and greet.
The event will be held virtually this year, with a link and programme sent out closer to the date.
Pre-event discussion and break out rooms will begin at 7pm EST on October 22.
Pre-event Discussion Registration : https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ecc-pre-symposium-event-lessons-learned-tickets-166075768093
Symposium Registration here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/161518398879
Recordings of webinars and podcasts
AIC & FAIC (American Institute for Conservation and Foundation For Advancement In Conservation) YouTube channel – with more than 400 videos
Plastics in Peril 2020 YouTube video collection from virtual international conference
ERIHS EU YouTube channel
HS Academy Resources (IPERION HS)
ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property) Official YouTube Channel
Perspectives on Jobs and Recruitment in Museums, Arts & Cultural Heritage, UCL Careers Podcast
Conservators Combating Climate Change
KHM Youtube-Kanal, “Donnerstagabend im Museum”
ICON Scotland Group YouTube channel and “Take 5” series
Mixed Reality in Cultural Heritage podcast hosted by Dr. Mariza Dima, a Mixed Reality designer and lecturer in Creative Technology for Games at Brunel University London
London Museums Group YouTube channel with webinar series “Embracing Agile” https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl8–NOBaq3epfU5uuqNO-g/featured
International colloquium “Icon Restoration and Engineering Approaches” organized by TU Dresden in cooperation with institutions in Dresden, Moscow and St. Petersburg
Lecture series “Conservation Insights 2020” organised by INTACH Conservation Institute, YouTube channel
Presentations recordings from “International Symposium on the Testing of Materials for Storage and Display of Cultural Heritage”, 6th November, 2019 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Cultural Heritage at the ESRF: from the discovery of masters’ secrets to the conservation of artworks by Marine Cotte, ESRF synchrotron scientist (France)
Cultural and Natural Heritage by European Synchrotron Radiation Facility – ESRF YouTube playlist
Heritage Futures by ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) Emerging Professionals Working Group https://www.icomos.org/en/member-area/74813-heritage-futures-webinar-icomos-emerging-professionals
Cultural Heritage: a powerful catalyst for the future of Europe – Europe Day 2020 Webinar
Climate Change and Cultural Heritage: a call to action! from ICA (International Council on Archives) on Facebook
The Best in Heritage
In Our Words
Podcast of Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) and Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN)