Cultural Heritage Imaging


What’s Happening at Cultural Heritage Imaging by cdschroer
May 15, 2009, 6:49 pm
Filed under: Conferences, Grants, News, Workshops

by Debra

There is so much going on at Cultural Heritage Imaging! In the next couple of weeks, Carla and Mark will attend the American Institute for Conservation’s (AIC) annual meeting and the ARARA conference. At AIC, Carla and Mark along with Philip Klausmeyer from Worcester Art Museum, will present a paper on “Reflectance Transformation Imaging: A New Conservation Tool for Examination and Documentation”. At ARARA, Carla and Mark will give a one-day workshop on Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI).

In June, Cultural Heritage Imaging is giving an on-site 4-day training class on Reflectance Transformation Imaging: Generating Digital Representations of Cultural Heritage Objects to staff members at the National Museum of the American Indian. And then there is the two-day RTI workshop, funded through a NCPTT grant, at the Presidio in July.

And much progress was made on the hardware and software for the IMLS project . But I’ll save those details for a future blog.

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