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Subject: Call for papers--Conservation of paper, books, and photographic materials

Call for papers--Conservation of paper, books, and photographic materials

From: Rose Peel <rosep>
Date: Tuesday, March 25, 2003
First call for papers
Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material
    (AICCM)
Third Symposium for the Conservation of Paper, Books and
Photographic Materials
(Short title: Sydney Symposium 2004)
Art Gallery of New South Wales
April 1-3, 2004

The theme of the Symposium is Collaboration and Connections. These
"interrelationships" can be explored between the object and those
who connect with it. This may include the broader issues of
historical investigation, or collaboration with colleagues, artists,
framers, curators, librarians, archivists, scientists, historians,
papermakers or indeed, the viewer. The object's significance is
central to expanding our understanding and interpretation.

The committee are planning a programme that will include papers from
10 to 25 minutes, workshops and posters.

The accepted papers will be published as preprints. If you are
interested in submitting an expression of interest or an abstract of
approximately 200 words by the end of April 2003 the committee would
welcome your participation. Financial assistance will not be
available through AICCM. Please direct enquiries and abstracts to

    Rose Peel
    Art Gallery of New South Wales
    Art Gallery Road, Sydney 2000
    +61 2 92251773
    Fax: +61 2 92216226
    rosep [at] ag__nsw gov.au


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