April 1, 2022
The Image Permanence Institute (IPI) is looking for an accomplished data scientist to join its preservation research team. Reporting to the Director of Research at IPI, this new position offers the opportunity to apply and develop data analytics and modeling within the field of cultural heritage. Working in a multidisciplinary team, the appointed researcher will conduct research using advanced data science to generate knowledge from data and address preservation science and cultural heritage challenges relating to environmental modeling and control, material response, and sustainable preservation strategies.
Please contact Emma Richardson, Director of Research and Chair of the search committee, if you have any questions about the position: email@example.com
The Image Permanence Institute (IPI) is looking for a Financial and Operations Assistant. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Financial and Operations Assistant is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of accounting transactions, and providing accounting support and excellent customer service.
IPI is pleased to announce the publication of the Second Edition of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Conservation Science: Heritage Materials, co-edited by our Director of Research, Emma J Richardson. To achieve greatest impact, conservation science requires close collaboration with key stakeholders such as conservators, curators, artists and the public, providing context for scientific analysis and ensuring critical questions are addressed.
Founded by host Hilary Wilson, Green Museum - a podcast explores the topic of sustainability within the arts and cultural heritage sector. IPI staff Kelly Krish, Al Carver-Kubik, and Meredith Noyes were Hilary’s guests for episode seven, Sustainable Preservation at the Image Permanence Institute.
In the summer of 2021, IPI distributed an online questionnaire about crate, crate preparation, and packing materials used by collecting institutions to transport paper-based objects. The questionnaire was posted to the American Institute for Conservation’s Global Conservation Forum and Member Community distribution lists in June and via this quarterly newsletter in July.