|When:||12.45pm for 1pm start, Wednesday 15th May 2019|
|Where:||The Board Room, National Library of Scotland, George IV Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1EW|
|Cost:||Free! Refreshments included. Thanks to Icon Scotland Group for financial support.|
This now annual event is an opportunity for us to get together to share news and information about our current work. We are looking for 5 minute presentations about a topic that you think your paper colleagues would be interested to hear about. We invite paper people in (and near) Scotland of all levels of experience to contribute, and are hoping to have a very supportive and non judgemental afternoon.
There will be tea, coffee and cake at the start, at the end, and in the middle, giving plenty of opportunity to chat with colleagues. Contributions of baking are welcome.
Your topic might be about
- An interesting treatment you are or have recently been involved with
- A treatment that threw up challenges
- A conservation problem you are faced with that you would like colleagues’ ideas on
- A new technique or piece of equipment that you have been using
Some of the many interesting topics presented last year included the treatment of photos, books, parchment and chocolate (!); decision making processes; a triumph in controlling a difficult environment; exhibition preparations; monitoring vibrations near a big building project; a nifty new piece of kit to cut infills – and so much more!
Presentations will be strictly limited to 5 minutes. To help on the technical side we would like people to send digital submissions for their presentations in advance to Mary Garner firstname.lastname@example.org
The space is limited to about 40 people. We are hoping that up to 20 presentations will be given. Booking priority is given to people offering to present.
Please send requests to present / attend to email@example.com
Don’t be shy! There are lots of us paper conservators in Scotland and we meet up all too rarely. We hope that this event, like the previous four years, will connect us better so we can continue to support and help each other in the future.