To: Friday 21.04.17
Digital Condition Reporting with Articheck Workshop
Espresso House, Olav Vs gate 2, 0161
Annika Erikson, conservator and CEO of Articheck, will be holding a workshop on digital condition reporting, in connection with the IADA conference in Oslo, though the workshop is open to all
Articheck is a digital tool that is transforming how we make condition reports, embracing technology to streamline a traditionally labor-intensive task. Articheck’s mobile solution, delivered through an app and supporting online platform, enables conservators and museum professionals to make and share condition reports more efficiently and with a consistent, standardised approach. Articheck was developed by Annika Erikson, a paper conservator who previously worked at Tate, and is used by conservators, museums, galleries, and fine art shippers around the world. Further information can be found on their website here.
Workshops will be held at:
2 May, 16:00 - 17:00 at Espresso House Solli Plass, Henrik Ibsens gate 90 (a 3 min walk from early registration at the National Library)
4 May, 17:45 - 18:45 at Espresso House, Olav Vs gate 2, 0161 (a 5 minute walk from the Symposium)
To join a workshop or find out more about Articheck, please email Annika at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you cannot attend, there will be a follow up online workshop in late May or early June. Watch this space or email Annika for details.
Lead Image: Heracles Papyrus; Public Domain