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Subject: Course on photographic conservation

Course on photographic conservation

From: Jim Black <info>
Date: Thursday, October 1, 1998
Conservation and Preservation of Photographs
London, 27-29 October 1998

This three day course, run by International Academic Projects covers
photographic materials from the 19th century to the present day.
Discussions cover the identification of different historical and
contemporary processes, the chemistry involved in the original
processes and their subsequent deterioration. Problems associated
with the preservation of collections in storage and on display are
considered and interventive conservation measures introduced in the
discussions include: dry and wet treatments, removal of mounts,
remounting, duplicating and copying. The course is aimed at
curators, conservators and others involved in caring for
photographic collections

Course Tutor: Susie Clark
No. of Participants: 15
Course Fee: 175 pounds ($295)

James Black
Co-ordinator, International Academic Projects
6 Fitzroy Square
London W1P 6DX
+44 171 380 0800
Fax: +44 171 380 0500

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