What's on in March?
With spring and daylight savings time just around the corner, things are warming up fast! Check out all the events happening in March - get involved in something new!
It’s a particularly busy month for all conservation specialisms - from metal to paper, there’s something for everyone in our schedule! Be part of it all and check the listing below for more information and booking links.
- Friday 1: Icon Professional Development: Health & Safety for Conservators (London)
- Friday 1: Chemistry for Conservators
- Sunday 3: The Rooswijk1740 - East Midlands Open Day
- Monday 4: Creating Successful Interiors: Interpretation, Audiences and Authenticity
- Wednesday 6: Icon Metals Group AGM: St Fagans National Museum of History
- Thursday 7: Conservation and Polychromy at Exeter Cathedral
- Monday 11: Archaeological Science: looking to the future
- Tuesday 12: What Can Heritage Science Do For You?
- Wednesday 13: London PACR Clinic 1
- Wednesday 13: CPD: Conservation Planning
- Friday 15: XRF analysis for informed conservation
- Monday 18: Structural Repair of Historic Buildings
- Tuesday 19: Icon Scotland Group - Board Attachment Workshop led by Emma Fraser ACR
- Wednesday 20: Tracing Paper: Transparent Perspectives
- Thursday 21: Midlands Conservators Group Meeting
- Sunday 24: Workshop: Making Mini Spatulas with Bamboo and Teflon
- Monday 25: Conservation and Repair of Stone Masonry
- Monday 25: Completed Conservation of Royal East India Volunteers Colours Visit to British Library
- Wednesday 27: Dealing with Environmental Deterioration
- Thursday 28: Edinburgh PACR Clinic
- Friday 29: Icon Professional Development: Health & Safety for Conservators (Edinburgh)
- Friday 29: Plastics Heritage Congress 2019
- Friday 29: Icon Professional Development: Health & Safety for Conservators
- Friday 29: Caring for Paper Collections and Archives
And you can find more events for 2019 in our Calendar!
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