The Conservation and Preservation of Photographs

Canterbury Museum Friends Talk

This talk took place on May 7

Photographs are meaningful if they are preserved and accessible. Mark Strange, who is the Senior Conservator of Photographs at the Alexander Turnbull Library, the documentary heritage collection within the National Library in Wellington, will speak about the treatment or repair of some of the damaged and decayed photographs in the Library collection.

Mark Strange

Mark Strange is Senior Conservator of Photographs at the Alexander Turnbull Library

He'll also discuss how the collection is preserved for all New Zealanders for generations to come. The principles of preservation can be applied to domestic collections as well and the talk will outline the important factors to ensure photographs have a long life-expectancy.

The public has increasing access to collections of photographs through digitisation and Mark will speak briefly about recent projects at the Library and at Puke Ariki in New Plymouth.

Places at this talk are limited so please register below if you are keen to attend.

This talk is hosted by the Friends of Canterbury Museum.

This talk took place on May 7

Dates
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7 May 2019 10.15 am – 11.15 am Register
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