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This year, we would like to post even more fantastic articles about conservation in Scotland. If you would like to contribute, get in touch! We’d love to hear about any conservation related project you are involved in – all disciplines welcome. Have a look at this post for some ideas, and here are some brief guidelines for articles.
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How do you save your valuables following a flood, and how do you conserve an artwork made from tortillas?! Find out in this month’s ‘Best of the Blogs’….
1. Special Collections Learning, University of Aberdeen
Following the recent floods across the UK, this post provides useful advice on how to salvage personal papers, books and photographs.
2. The Past on Glass
This revealing post examines the digitisation of photographs and the ethics of retouching.
3. National Museums Scotland
Ahead of ten new galleries opening up this Summer, the conservators at National Museums Scotland have been working hard to get more than 3,500 objects ready for display. Read all about the conservation of the travelling service of the Emperor Napoleon’s sister, Princess Pauline Borghese, in this excellent blog.
4. Veritable Hokum
This colourful infographic shows how historical pigments are formed.
The peculiar challenges of conserving an artwork made from tortillas!