Instructor: Marie-Lou Beauchamp
Dates: September 17, 24 and October 1
Time: 1: 30-3:30 pm
Fee: $30 per session
This workshop series is an introduction to the identification and care of photographic materials. The series will discuss how to use identifying features to differentiate and identify a select range of photographic processes. Proper storage and handling techniques for photograph collections will also be covered.
The Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) and the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) work with heritage professionals and institutions to help build their capacity for conserving and preserving objects and collections. CCI-CHIN offers webinars, which cover a variety of topics and appeal to a broad range of individuals. The webinars are designed to encourage questions and interaction between the presenters and participants. Webinars offered will vary from year to year, based on staff expertise and availability.
Each webinar may consist of one or more sessions of one to two hours in length and incorporate presentations from CCI-CHIN staff, discussion and sharing opportunities as well as question periods. A webinar series will cover more in-depth information on a specific topic. Introductory-level information designed for staff and volunteers working in heritage institutions is provided, unless a target audience is otherwise specified in the description.