Five Online Conservation Webinars from The Lincoln Conservation TeamEvent Date:2 July 2020 2:00 pm — 30 July 2020 3:00pm
The Lincoln Conservation Team are offering a series of free, interactive and informative Online Webinars throughout July 2020. Each session is 1 hour in length, with ten minutes dedicated to Q&A’s.
Conservation, Restoration and Replication of Decorative Surfaces in Historic Buildings
Date: Thursday 2nd July 2020
Hosted by: Paintings Conservator & Architectural Paint Researcher, Rhiannon Clarricoates ACR (click here for full bio).
- To understand what is meant by ‘decorative surfaces’ in the context of historic buildings
- To be aware of potential for discovery of wall paintings and significant decorative surfaces in historic buildings
- To appreciate the difference between conservation, restoration and replication
- To gain a practical understanding of some decorative techniques
3D Scanning and Digital Replication in the Historic Environment
Date: Thursday 9th July 2020
- To understand the workflow from initial 3D data capture, data manipulation and the various options to create physical or virtual ‘outputs’.
- To understand the different types of 3D data capture recording techniques and applications.
- To understand benefits of scanning for the built environment, objects and architectural features.
- To understand some of the processes available to replicate historical features and objects from the built environment.
- To understand some of the limitations of scanners, scanning and digital replication.
Conservation Awareness on Site
Date: Thursday 16th July 2020
Hosted by: Conservator & Research Fellow, Paul Croft (click here for full bio).
- Understand what listed building status means
- Appreciate the meaning of significance
- An introduction to recognised standards
- Health & Safety risks in historic materials
- Recognising historic material
- The impact of bad practice
- The importance of protection
- Methods and materials to protect
Revealing a Building’s Decorative History
Date: Thursday 23rd July 2020
Hosted by: Conservator & Architectural Paint Researcher, Phillipa McDonnell (click here for full bio).
- To understand what Architectural Paint Research is, and what it can achieve.
- To refresh knowledge on legislation concerning Architectural Paint Research.
- To understand the method an process of Architectural Paint Research.
- To be able to create an informed brief.
- To understand what to expect for a report and judge quality.
- How to use the report and research outcomes.
Virtual Immersive Environments
Date: Thursday 30th July 2020
- What are Immersive Environments in the Heritage Sector?
- Main uses of Immersive Environments Scanning in the Heritage Sector, including recording buildings, virtual site visits, public engagement.
- The key benefits and limitations of Immersive Environments Scanning in the Heritage Sector.
- Viewer experience and capabilities.
- Host experience and capabilities.
- Subscription and extraction of data.
- Preparation for scanning.