Why aren't you publishing more? This is a question I ask myself A LOT! I have been fortunate to be a part of a number of projects that have published great work in peer-reviewed journals, but now that I am the captain at the helm, I am responsible for my own publications in high level … Continue reading Why Aren’t You Publishing More? Tips for Conservators for Solving Prioritisation and Overcommitment Problems!
When examining objects, it is important that conservators describe them in great detail. This can help document what condition an object is in before treatment, identify any changes that have happened to the material over time, or to just provide a record in the event the object is damaged or lost. Photographs can also be … Continue reading Condition Reports
Journals: Studies in Conservation Journal of the American Institute for Conservation Reviews in Conservation Journal of the Canadian Association for Conservation The Conservator Journal of the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies Journal of the Association for Preservation Technology Corrosion Science Museums Journal Curator Journal of Conservation … Continue reading Conservation Reference Materials