An article by Grimwade Centre PhD candidate Ainslee Meredith, and Grimwade Centre staff Robyn Sloggett and Marcelle Scott, Access relative to need for community conservation funding in Australia, has been published in International Journal of Heritage Studies.The paper focuses on geographic barriers as a factor determining the accessibility of conservation services.
The Grimwade Centre and APTCCARN will be chairing two panels examining The Right to Conserve Cultural Material (?)at the 11th International Convention of Asian Scholars (ICAS 11) in Leiden, the Netherlands, from 16-19 July 2019.
Leading Aboriginal artists and arts workers from across northern Australia will spend the next two weeks taking part in a ground-breaking Indigenous education program at the University of Melbourne.
The Con/servare network for researchers in conservation, material culture and attribution studies was launched on 30 June 2018 at the Cologne Institute for Conservation Sciences, TH Köln, Germany.
Visiting Fellow Dr Gea O.F. Parikesit, Gadjah Mada University, Faculty of Engineering4-22 June 2018
The Grimwade centre recently hosted a Bundegan instrument-building workshop: Discover the Bundengan, a rare and unusual instrument from the mountains of Wonosobo, Central Java.
In 2017 Professor Robyn Sloggett delivered her professorial inaugural lecture as Cripps Foundation Chair in Cultural Materials Conservation.
Grimwade Centre Director Professor Robyn Sloggett recently spoke with the Science Gallery about the centre's work conserving cultural collections, especially those of the University of Melbourne. Click through for the full video.