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.
Date: 20th-22nd of October 2021 Venue: Online (Zoom)
Conservation is a risky business. For this year’s conference, we will be showcasing a range of papers, flash talks and workshops that investigate management of all forms of risk relating to conservation and care of cultural heritage.
It is through risk that the conservation profession and collections care advance in policy, treatments, and ethics. So we hope you can join us and share our conversations!
For more information and the draft Conference schedule visit our
Conference 2021 Page
Our country, like others, is experiencing more frequent and more intense natural disasters. This session will revisit the devastating 2019 bushfires, the past (and perhaps recent) floods, and uncover the community response. We are working with Dr Dolapo Fakuade to provide a series of workshops, webinars and panel discussions around this important topic.
Disasters Date 28 October//7pm-8:30pm
#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.
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.
This session will explore how the conservation profession has been affected by COVID at an International, State and local level. We are engaging Professor Jane Henderson to present a paper from the UK and are looking to include State and local organisations to provide input and perspectives.
Covid Date 18 November // 7pm-8:30pm
Events For Conservators in Aotearoa