We just delivered - Jan 20th a training program and installation equipment (technical photography kit) for the research center CAEM (Centre d'Art d'Època Moderna) and a lecture for the master (Màster Universitari en Peritatge, Avaluació i Anàlisi d'Obres d'Art). This is an example of our program "Training and Go". Learn with the equipment and keep it. [...
A 3-days training program for December 28-30 2017. Researchers from University of Costa Rica ( Chemistry Department ) contacted CHSOS to hear about our work on multispectral imaging and learn about our global approach to studying works of art. The chemists and also the physicists from their Materials Science Center have instrumentation – such as [...
Its Wednesday, which means conference video day. This week the videos are from the CIfA conference. SESSION ABSTRACT: Diggers Forum (DF) takes forward the proposal that the level of competence of every professional archaeologist shall be Practitioner or above: any archaeologist in the profession who is not working at PCIfA level competence must be working within a structured training programme provided by their employer to take them to at least PCIfA level competence.
Just delivered a 3-days Training program, Sept 14-16 2016 for two participants from Mexico. Miguel and Beatriz come from Monterrey to take our training and, as usual, enjoy Sicily.
Lauren Fair is Associate Objects Conservator at Winterthur Museum, Garden, & Library in Buffalo, New York. She also serves as Assistant Affiliated Faculty for the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation (WUDPAC). Lauren was a participant in CHI’s NEH grant-sponsored 4-day training class in photogrammetry, August 8-11, 2016 at Buffalo State College. She posted an account of her experience in the class in her own blog, “A Conservation Affair.
We successfully completed our first Summer Training on Low-cost methods for Art Examination. We got 5 students from Italy, Poland, Spain and Greece. Our Training courses are aimed to art conservation professionals that want to add new technical examination tools to their skills.
Training on Low-cost methods for Art Examination – December / 13-15 / 2016, Costa Rica Our Training course is aimed to art and archaeology professionals that want to add new technical examination tools to their skills. This course is developed in collaboration with the Chemistry Department, University of Costa Rica.
Our Training course are aimed to art conservation professionals that want to add new technical examination tools to their skills. Our courses are offered on a 1-1 base or max 5 participants. We are looking for a collaborator to help us out to organize this event in Los Angeles.
We just delivered a 3-days Training program for Heritage Malta, Feb 22-24 2016. Heritage Malta is the National Agency for Museums, Conservation Practice and Cultural Heritage in Malta.
Our guest blogger, Emily B. Frank, is currently pursuing a Joint MS in Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works and MA in History of Art at New York University, Institute of Fine Arts. Thank you, Emily! I’ve been following the development and improvement of photogrammetry software for the past few years.
We just delivered a 4 days training program for Monash University, Australia and Malaysia campuses, in the Monash University Prato Center in Italy. 11 awesome students learned our affordable and sustainable methods for art examination and they were involved in field projects in Prato and Florence.
We delivered a short course / workshop: Sourcing, assembly, and practical use of CHSOS’ system for microscopical and full scale multispectral imaging, analysis, and technical photography. November 19, 1-5 PM at the Neighborhood Preservation Center, in Manhattan, NYC.
We just delivered a 3-days training program for 3 new guests, Dennis and Pam from San Antonio, Texas and Alessandro, an Italian conservation scientist. Dennis and Pam Baltuskonis own Art Conservation Services in San Antonio, Texas and they are our Intl collaborators.
We just delivered a 4-days training program for a Fine Art appraiser visiting CHSOS studio from Orlando, Florida, USA. Dennis Devona is a USPAP Certified Appraiser and he runs ARTIFACTS LLC Appraisals.
We are ready for the upcoming December 4-6 3-days training course. MORE INFO Contact us now for info: firstname.lastname@example.org CHSOS delivers a full hands-on training on affordable and sustainable methods for Art Examination and Documentation.
We are ready for the upcoming August 28-30 3-days training course. Contact me NOW for info about joining August training program.
We are ready for the upcoming June 22-24 training course. We scheduled 3 days. The June course was activated by Siobhan Conyngham. There is room for 2 other participants. Contact me NOW for info about joining the June training program. Siobhan is a well-established Fine art conservator-restorer at her own studio (Siobhan Conyngham Fine Art Conservation) in Monaghan, Ireland.
Our Sicilian Carts Museum features in the eCult interactive book (pp 65-66) “Success Stories: eCultValue”. Read it !!! CHSOS was at the eCult Winter Stage, Athens, Greece, December 8-9 2014. To advance cultural experience through the use of ICT, was the topic of the Winter Stage, organised by the eCultValue project together with the Acropolis Museum.
CHSOS just delivered a training program on Technical Photography (TP) and Infrared Reflectography (IRR) to the Arlango Art Conservation team (Vicenza, Italy). This training was part of the Action Research “Optical Techniques for advanced on site Diagnostics of works of art”, partially funded by Veneto region within the European Social Fund.