04-05 June 2019 | London (UK)

The Presentation of the European project APACHE was organized in partnership with the British Museum. The presentation was held in the  Sloane Room and WCEC at the British Museum, London.

The Morning session on Day 1 gave an overview of the APACHE project. The talks have been designed around three main research orientations: modelling, novel materials and dissemination strategy. This session was opened to 45 audience including conservators, curators, collection care managers, registrars, and scientists.

The Afternoon Session on Day 1, opened to 50 conservation and science audience, explored the Nanorestart project, the world of nano-science & nano-materials applied to the conservation of cultural heritage (including the removal of tapes and surface coatings). The lectures and presentations explained the theoretical, research and implementation aspects of nano-materials

On Day 2 the practical workshops enabled conservators to apply methods and materials. The morning session, opened to 28 conservators, was more general. The afternoon sessions was more specific, looking at and experimenting with nano-systems for the treatment of objects made from organic and inorganic materials.

Click HERE to download the agenda of the event!