CFPR Lunchtime Seminar, 23 June 2021

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At our the next CFPR Lunchtime Seminar, we will hear from our own CFPR Research Associate, Elizabete Kozlovska, about the training she undertook in Photographic conservation, and how she will apply this knowledge here at the CFPR , working with Dr Susanne Klein on the EPSRC funded project: Woodbury and Lippmann: A new approach to continuous tone and full colour non-impact printing.

Conservation runs the fine line between physical science and fine art – knowledge of materials and a craftsman’s eye are equally important. After finishing my BSc in Conservation of Objects and MA in History of Art, I obtained a position as a Photographic Conservation Trainee at Historic England Archives. Countless hours of investigating historic negatives and prints, learning their origin and how they can be saved from decay, if at all, has given me a unique knowledge base into a niche and undervalued subject area in the heritage field.

The Seminar will be held on the Remo platform, please follow this link:

The talk will begin at 12.45, but feel free to join us from 12.30, for a chat, to socialise and to meet new people!

The seminar takes place on the virtual conferencing platform Remo. Remo aims to encapsulate the feeling of attending a networking event, classroom or workshop. You will be asked to login with an email address before joining.

The platform works best if accessed via Chrome on a desktop computer or laptop. It is also accessible on a phone but it isn’t currently compatible with a tablet.

Please refer to Remo’s information about compatible operating systems and browsers. You can check your browser and operating system access in advance of the event here.  

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