- Art Technological Source Research
- Education and Training in Conservation
- Glass and Ceramics
- Graphic Documents
- Leather and Related Materials
- Legal Issues in Conservation
- Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
- Murals, Stone and Rock Art
- Natural History Collections
- Objects from Indigenous and World Cultures
- Photographic Materials
- Preventive Conservation
- Scientific Research
- Sculpture, Polychromy and Architectural Decoration
- Theory and History of Conservation
- Wet Organic and Archaeological Materials
- Wood, Furniture and Lacquer
Getty Conservation Institute Workshops – The Digital Print: Contemporary Practice, Identification, and Preservation - Workshop July 25 – 29, 2016
The nature of photography is evolving. Rapid and transformative innovations are both exciting and challenging for conservators. The profession needs to find ways to effectively share current knowledge and research to reach caretakers of these changing and growing collections.
The Getty Conservation Institute is pleased to announce a new series of workshops that focus on topics relating to the contemporary conservation treatment of photographic materials.
Current Issues in Photograph Conservation is designed primarily for mid-career conservators who work with photographic materials. Instructors in the series are preeminent experts in the field. Through lectures, discussions, and practical work, they will elucidate the various aspects of a given topic throughout each intensive workshop.
The first workshop in the series – The Digital Print: Contemporary Practice, Identification, and Preservation— will be offered from July 25 – 29, 2016 at the Getty Villa in Malibu, California.
For additional information and to complete an online application, go to: http://www.getty.edu/conservation/our_projects/education/cons_photo/digital_print.html
Application form for workshop