Please reblog! Learn more about conservation and preservation by following these fine folks on Tumblr and other sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Vine, and blogs (link goes to a Google Doc spreadsheet). Are you a conservator or preservation professional? Are you a pre-program or graduate […]
conservethis: Join us in celebrating Preservation Week by attending this free webinar series! April 28th – Moving Image Preservation 101Sponsored by HF Group & George Blood, LP This presentation covers the basic composition and history of film and video technology, particularly as it relates to […]
archifist: provenance: silencewhippersnapper: yes It’s cold in libraries/archives, tho! at least, it SHOULD be cold in archives *mutters about the 78 degree temperature in one of our records rooms because people have desks in there with heaters under the desks because they’re cold* I had […]
huntingtonlibrary: The Weekly Squint—Detail of an interpretive display on the tapestries in the large library of the Huntington Art Gallery. Squint is an every-Thursday post that features snapshots of small, obscure Huntington details that catch our eye. It’s a little window into some of the […]
Ever wonder why Sarah’s computer sticker reads “PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH”? Art and Architecture Conservator Richard McCoy joins us to discuss when it’s appropriate to touch art, when it’s not, and why. AND! He gives us an extra credit assignment to go out and find something you can’t touch but desperately want to, post it with #theartassignment and tell us why.