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.
To book on to any of the below courses, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your full name, occupation, and the name of the course(s) you would like to book on to. A member of staff will be in touch to confirm your booking and send you an invitation to the webinar.
If you are interested in the Lincoln Conservation team hosting a private online webinar for a group of colleagues or for the firm/organisation you work for, please get in touch at email@example.com to arrange this separately. To be the first to hear about future Online Webinars, please sign up to our mailing list here.
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.