From Conservation
to Conversation – Workshop Contributions

Knowledge systems: sharing knowledge and facilitating access to and use of collections.

„It’s just like day parole: the temporary release of family belongings from institutional holdings“

Heidi Swierenga (Senior Conservator, Museum of Anthropology, xʷməθkʷəy̓əm Musqueam Territory at the University of British Columbia)

Conversations with Our Ancestors

Annissa Gultom (Museum Department, Ras Al Khaimah Department of Antiquities and Museums, UAE)

“Whiria kia tina – making reconnections.”

Awhina Tamarapa – Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Ruanui descent (Museum and Heritage Studies programme, Victoria University of Wellington)

Listening and knowledge-sharing

Renata F. Peters (Institute of Archaeology, University College London)

Adopting Indigenous Knowledge: Conservation methodologies for Material Culture

Johanna Ndahekelekwa Nghishiko (Conservator, National Museum of Namibia)

Interdisciplinary decision making when anticipating community involvement

Diana Gabler (objects conservator at MARKK)

Conservation Skills for Engaging in Conversation

Thinking through conservation ‘rules‘

Catherine Smith (Senior Lecturer, Archaeology Programme, University of Otago, New

Conservation across a continent:
Exploring training and two-way education at Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency, Warmun Art Centre and the Grimwade Centre at the University of Melbourne

Robyn Sloggett (Cripps Foundation Chair and Director of the Grimwade Centre, the University of Melbourne), Gabriel Nodea (Director of Arnhem Northern and Kimberley Artists (ANKA)), Lynley Nargoodah (Chairwoman at Mangkaja Arts and a Director of Arnhem Northern and Kimberley Artists (ANKA))

Curriculum Shifts: Humility in conservation

Ellen Pearlstein (UCLA Information Studies and UCLA/Getty Program in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage)

From Practicing Conservator to Practitioner-Researcher

Barbara Borghese (FIIC, Senior Conservation Manager – Treatment Single Item, The National Archives, UK), Sonja Schwoll (ACR FIIC, Head of Conservation and Treatment Development, The National Archives, UK)

New skills and tools for conservation professionals in a changing world

Valerie Magar (ICCROM, Unit Manager, Programmes)

How to care – the evolution of Standards

Think locally, act locally: Why the ASHRAE climate guidelines are more radical and sustainable than those of ICOM-CC, IIC, and the rest

Stefan Michalski (Heritage Science Consultant)

The pitfalls and possibilities of Standardisation

Jane Henderson (Professor, Cardiff University)

Legislation, Policy and Practice: Conservation’s new tools for equitable preservation

Kelly McHugh (Head of Collections Care and Stewardship, National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution)

Putting collections care in the bigger picture

José Luiz Pedersoli Jr. (ICCROM,Unit Manager, Strategic Planning)

Art in Limbo: Logistical challenges, cultural differences, and the complications of collections access during the pandemic

Ana Maria Theresa P. Labrador (Deputy Director-General at the National Museum of the Philippines)

Transmission, conservation, and participation

Hélia Marçal (Lecturer in History of Art, Materials and Technology, Department of History of Art, University College London)

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