PŪ MANAAKI KAHURANGI 

NEW ZEALAND CONSERVATORS OF CULTURAL MATERIALs


If you have an event you think are members would be interested in please get in touch. 


Upcoming events

    • 17 Jun 2021
    • 1:00 AM - 2:00 AM (UTC+12:00)
    • https://register.gotowebinar.com

    Thu, Jun 17, 2021 1:00 AM - 2:00 AM NZST

    This 35-minute webinar gives a general outline of the applicability of infrared spectroscopy in the field of chemistry. The speakers briefly explain the basics of FT-IR spectroscopy and the according techniques to obtain molecular information. The goal is to give the audience a clear overview of the possible applications of FT-IR spectroscopy in chemistry. There will be a moderated live Q&A session afterwards.

    Who should attend:
    - PhD students
    - University staff
    - Laboratory managers
    - Junior professors

    Topics discussed:
    - FT-IR fundamentals and measurement techniques
    - reaction tracings
    - Investigation of catalytic processes
    - Crystallinity and polymorphism
    - Spectroscopy in the glovebox
    - FT-IR microscopy

    About the speakers:
    Dr. Xia Stammer studied physical chemisty at Ruhr-Uni Bochum and KIT with a focus on surface functionalization and characterization.
    Dr. Simon Hugo Schlindwein studied chemistry at the University of Stuttgart with a focus on organic phosphorus and sulfur chemistry.


    • 17 Jun 2021
    • 9:00 PM - 10:30 PM (UTC+12:00)
    • Online - Australia

    #4 LIGHT

    David SaundersScott Rosenfeld and Ian Langston will each explore the topic of Light and managing its impact on collections, with a Q&A session following the three presentations.


    • 4 Jul 2021
    • (UTC+12:00)
    • 7 Jul 2021
    • (UTC+12:00)
    • Taupo

    New Zealand Archaeology Association (NZAA) Annual Conference 2021

    Venue

    This year the NZAA Annual Conference will be held at the Suncourt Hotel, 14 Norcroft Street, Taupo.

    Call for Papers Open

    Please send abstracts to Dr Alex Jorgensen at alexjorgensen42@gmail.comPaper presentations must be 15 mins long.

    Abstracts must be submitted by 21 May 2021

    Conference Programme

    The conference runs from Sunday 4 July to Wednesday 7 July 2021:

    Sunday 4 July

    • Start at 11.30am –  Welcome and lunch
    • Welcome address by NZAA President
    • Papers
    • 5.30- 7pm – Evening welcome event: Taupo Museum

    Monday 5 July

    • Papers
    • Evening public lecture: Gerard O’Regan; Rock Art in the Central North Island

    Tuesday 6 July

    • Field trip full day

    Wednesday 7 July

    • Papers
    • Afternoon a panel discussion and the AGM
    • Evening conference dinner


    • 4 Oct 2021
    • 11:00 PM (UTC+13:00)
    • 8 Oct 2021
    • 7:00 AM (UTC+13:00)
    • Online

    ICON BPG Conference 2021

    Mod Cons: Modern Conservation. Modern Constraints. Modern Conveniences. 


    Progressing conservation with advocacy and solutions for current issues. The Icon Book and Paper Group present a rich conference offering the opportunity to engage, listen and open dialogue through 16 papers, 4 keynote presentations, 4 workshops, multiple dynamic sessions and behind-the-scene tours.

    This conference highlights themes around sustainable environmental action, addresses inclusivity, and explores new technology to move book and paper conservation forward. 

    Tickets available here 

    • 15 Nov 2021
    • (UTC+13:00)
    • 17 Nov 2021
    • (UTC+13:00)
    • Wellington and Online

    National Digital Forum (NDF) Conference 2021

    We are busy planning for an epic gathering in November. Details of the programme are still coming and registrations aren't open quite yet, but please put these dates in your calendar!

    In the meantime, you can take a trip down memory lane by watching some of the previous keynotes on the NDF YouTube channel. 


    • 18 Nov 2021
    • (UTC+13:00)
    • Online

    #Ask A Conservator Day

    Conservators around the world answer questions about their work on Ask a Conservator Day. By using the hashtag #AskAConservator on social media platforms (such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram), we work to provide a holistic view of what conservation entails—everything from individual conservators working in private practice to multiple departments at large institutions.

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