Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
Time: March 9, 2020 to June 26, 2020
Location: The Centre for Photographic Conservation London
Event Type: professional, development, training
Organized By: Ian L Moor
Latest Activity: Apr 6, 2020
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Preventive Conservation of Photographic Materials (Theory) Ref: 100/2
Course dates 9th -13th March 2020
An intensive five-day course covering the identification, causes of degradation, conservation treatment options, handling, exhibition and storage of photographic materials.
The Identification of Photographic Processes. Ref: 100/4
Course dates 13th -16th April 2020
An in-depth examination of the visual, process chemistry, material and degradation characteristics necessary for the identification of historic photographic processes.
Rediscovering Historic Photographic Processes Ref: 100/7
Course dates 6th -10th April 2020,
A five-day practical workshop providing an opportunity to relive the excitement experienced by the pioneers of photography combined with a user friendly grounding in photo-chemistry.
Preservation & Conservation of Photographic Materials. Ref 100/1
Course dates 6th April – 22nd May 2020
A seven-week "Certificated" career and professional development course for experienced conservators and conservation students seeking to increase and develop their knowledge, skills and experience in the field of photographic conservation.
Master Class I. Advanced Photographic Conservation Techniques. Ref 100/5 .
Course dates 1st – 26th June 2020
This four-week workshop is for experienced conservators introducing advanced hands-on skills and current knowledge and developments in the preservation and conservation of paper based photographic images.
For course outlines and registration details please visit The Centre’s web site http://www.cpc-moor.com
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