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Subject: Call for papers--Icon Ceramics and Glass Group

Call for papers--Icon Ceramics and Glass Group

From: Rachel Sharples <rachel.sharples<-at->
Date: Thursday, July 19, 2012
Call For Papers
"Positive Futures in an Uncertain World" (PF13)
Ceramics and Glass Group Specialist Session and AGM
10-12 April 2013

CGG are delighted to announce that they will be holding a half day
specialist session at Icon's Conference 2013, "Positive Futures in
an Uncertain World", in partnership with the University of Glasgow.

In addition to the plenary sessions which have already been
advertised we will be hosting a half day session at the conference.
PF13 will provide a platform for international exchange of
up-to-date developments in conservation of our cultural heritage. It
will also be the essential networking event for conservation and
related professionals in the UK for the next five years.

    "Conservation past, present and yet to come..."
    The ceramics and glass session will focus on:

    Past practice, evaluating old products and methods of working -
    are they still relevant today?

        Current conservation in action projects
        Handling collections and creating 3D replicas for handling
        Interaction between conservators, the public and
        Future ideas for ceramics and glass conservation and

We now invite the submission of abstracts for presentations.

Deadlines for papers:

Please send abstracts, maximum 300 words, by 10 September 2012 to

Please include the names, addresses and email addresses of all
authors and indicate the author for correspondence.

Deadline for abstracts: 10 September 2012
Contact: kswales82<-at->gmail<.>com

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