- Supports the conservation community in our discovery and understanding of imaging-related topics and endeavors by increasing communication and encouraging cross-disciplinary collaboration;
- Identifies and addresses, through sustainable collaboration, the challenges that conservators encounter related to imaging resources, practices and objectives;
- Encourages a consistently high level of conservation imaging by providing resources, solutions, and community through testing, training and standardization.
Our Imaging Working Group (IWG) was established in the Spring of 2020 in recognition that imaging is important to the ethical and evolving practice of conservation and to develop a professional basis to support conservators with information regarding the growing number of imaging technologies, applications and practices. The IWG is partnered with the Research and Technical Studies (RATS) Specialty Group.
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Contact Dr. E. Keats Webb, IWG chair, via AIC.ImagingWG@gmail.com for more information or to join the WG.