Monthly Archives: June 2011

Xu Bing Installation

A couple weeks ago when I visited the other interns in London I had a chance to visit a Xu Bing installation at the British Museum. From the front of the light box you see what looks like a traditional … Continue reading

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Peace Bridge

Well I know this is not directly related to conservation or this project but this weekend the Derry Peace Bridge finally opened for public use. Since my arrival to Derry in September 2010 I have been watching the construction of … Continue reading

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Interns Visit

Yesterday eight of the ICON interns and myself had a fantastic visit to the Tate Britain where Eleanor Johnson¬† is currently doing an internship in paper conservation and the British Museum where Carol Peacock is working on Chinese scrolls and … Continue reading

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Historic Libraries in Context Conference

I am happy to say that the Derry & Raphoe Historic Libraries in Context Conference preceded this week and went very well. The conference lasted two days and featured 15 speakers talking about a variety of topics including other small … Continue reading

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AIC Review

Well I’ve been back from Philadelphia a couple of days and I am finally getting around to writing a few posts on my first experience going to the conference. First I would like to say that I had a fantastic … Continue reading

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