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- Supports the conservation community in their 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.
We established our Imaging Working Group (IWG) in the Spring of 2020 to recognize imaging's importance to the ethical and evolving practice of conservation and to help support conservation professionals in their knowledge of imaging technologies, applications and practices. It is a subgroup of the Research and Technical Studies (RATS) specialty group.
The X-radiography topic group of AIC's Image Working Group is conducting a survey to learn about current X-radiography practices and what type of information that interests professionals and students. The topic group will use this survey to assist in formulating relevant content for its AIC Wiki page.
We ask that all professionals who either have an interest in or produce X-radiography of cultural heritage to complete this short survey, which should take no more than 10 minutes.