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UKIC Historic Interiors Section

From: Allyson McDermott <allysonmcdermott>
Date: Monday, December 22, 2003
This new section of the United Kingdom Institute for Conservation
<URL:http://www.ukic.org.uk> was created in 2001 in response to the
unique challenges involved in the conservation of historic
interiors. Major architectural projects often require a wide range
of conservation specialists, working as a team to maintain the
highest museum standards in often difficult conditions.

The section has already proved itself a forum for communication and
problem solving between a disparate range of professionals including
conservators, architects, surveyors, consultants and curators.

The post prints for the recent inaugural conference ' The Historic
Interior Under Threat' will soon be available and the section also
organises topical visits, seminars and meetings. Forthcoming events
include:

    A study day in conjunction with the Textile Section to include
    papers on the

    Conservation of the Rennie MacKintosh Interior at 78 Derngate,
    Northampton.

    A study day at Brodsworth Hall on the theme of 'Conserving
    Decay'

    A Grand Costume Dinner to be held at the Georgian Group
    Headquarters,London.

    A visit to Kelveden Hatch Nuclear Bunker

For more information please contact:

    109 The Chandlery.
    50 Westminster Bridge Rd.
    London SE1 7QT
    +44 207 721 8721
    ukic [at] ukic__org__uk

Allyson McDermott
Joint Chair


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