Venue: Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetū
Have you been working with unusual or contemporary materials? Or perhaps been using new techniques or technology to solve old problems?
This year at the NCZZM 2019 National Conference we welcome discussion on the current challenges in dealing with modern and contemporary materials as well as new and innovative approaches to the conservation, documentation, storage, and display of cultural heritage. This is an opportunity to share your experiences and research on subjects such as:
Preventative and practical conservation, installation, documentation, transit, and storage of modern and contemporary materials, including plastics, Time-Based Art, works with electrical components, multi-media objects
Practical use of new or updated techniques, such as gels and cleaning of acrylic surfaces
Use of new technology for things such as condition reporting, treatment, and documentation, and the use of other technology from outside the heritage sector
How you are incorporating sustainable environmental practise in to your work
The promotion of conservation within your workplaces, the heritage sector and more widely
Reporting on recently attended professional conferences, workshops or seminars
How you are working with artists and makers to better understand and care for their artworks
In addition to 20-minute presentations, we also welcome 5-minute lightening talks. Other types of submission may also be incorporated into the conference programme, such as panel discussions, practical workshops or demonstrations. If you have any other related topics you would like to suggest please do get in touch.
How to submit:
For all submissions please go to https://nzccm.org.nz/2019-conference/ and complete the downloadable form.
The deadline for submission of abstract: Friday 28th June 2019
Notification of acceptance: end of July 2019
Registrations: Early Bird registrations from the end of July
If you have any questions, would like to take part in a panel discussion, or have any further suggestions please contact Eliza Penrose (Organising Committee Member) at: email@example.com