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Analysis of Temperature and Relative Humidity Data Workshop

Analysis of temperature and relative humidity data.

The Getty Conservation Institute’s Managing Collection Environments Initiative (Los Angeles) and the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (Brussels) are happy to announce a 3-day (27-28 June. + 4 July 2022) workshop focusing on the analysis of temperature and relative humidity data. The workshop is open to students, teachers, and all heritage professionals (people working with all types of movable and immovable heritage, and people working with collections and facilities). More details can be found on the website of the partner institutions below.A good understanding of English is required. The workshop will take place in and around Brussels. The subscriptions are on a ‘first come first served’ basis. Late subscriptions will go to a waiting list.

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This workshop is part of the Resilient Storage Project that relies on the further support of the following partners: KU Leuven, Urban Brussels, Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Vlaamse Overheid, Comic Art Museum and FeliXart Museum. Sponsorship for this workshop is provided by: ICOM Belgique Wallonie-Bruxelles and ICOM Belgium-FlandersFor additional questions about subscriptions, feel free to contact Faro and MSW.

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Date and time
27 June 2022 09:30 - 04 July 2022 17:00

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