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Pollutant is a mysterious agent. It is infiltrating your museum from the outside, but can surprise you by been in your display case or even been released by your loved objects. It shows up as old known problem but can hit on the back of your ego with unexpected damages on objects while you have done everything to prevent it.

Three speakers from different time zones will talk about their experiences on pollutant control and monitoring, followed by a Q&A session.
- David Thickett: Managing pollutant gases.
- Jean Tétreault: Pollutant control guidelines: past and present.
- Lisa Addison: Monitoring of smoke during the 2019 bushfires.

Full details and links to supplementary texts: https://aiccm.org.au/events/10-agents-over-10-months-6-pollutants/

Aug 31, 2021 07:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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David Thickett
David is Senior Conservation Scientist at English Heritage and has worked on a number of pollution related problems in several collections and several research projects in this area.
Jean Tétreault
Jean is a Senior Conservation Scientist at the Canadian Conservation Institute. He serves as an advisor and researcher on environmental guidelines for the care of collections, and display and storage products.
Lisa Addison
Lisa is the Preventive Conservator at the National Gallery of Australia where she applies and promotes the guidelines and standards for air quality for collection care within a dynamic gallery environment.