Preus Museum's photographic conservator oversees our conservation and restoration work. In the main this is related to the museum's own extensive collection of photographic materials, technical photographic objects, and rare books related to photography. The conservator is also responsible for providing conservatorial assistance involving the museum's active exhibition and loaning initiatives.
Advisement and consulting services
Conservation personnel also provide services to private and governmental photo-storage institutions and to private individuals, via advising and assistance.
Seminars and workshops
In addition to such tasks, various seminars and workshops are arranged. Among other subjects these cover the following areas:
- Identification of photographic techniques and digitally generated prints
- Handling and storage of photographic materials
- Restoration techniques
Training and internship residencies
The museum gladly accepts students in the field of conservation for training and internships