Bookings are still available for: Book publishing in China during 1920s-1940s: an insight on the history, printing techniques, paper manufacturing and collection survey, presented by Yuhong Zhang.

Detail of coverDetail of Asian Women at War/Dou Zheng Zhong De Ya Zhou Fu Nü, Wang, Jiayin. & Zhu, Qi. Jia chu ban she Shanghai, 1949, CALL Nr. 4176 T725 1949, East Asian Collection: Archives and Special Collections, University of Melbourne. Photo credit: Yuhong Zhang.

The South Australia and Northern Territory division of the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material (AICCM) is presenting a series of Chinwag Webinars scheduled monthly. They are short informal sessions for conservators and conservation scientists to share their experiences, findings, questions and solutions encountered during their work and are open to all AICCM members and external attendees.

Yuhong Zhang, Project conservator at the State Library of South Australia and trainee at Artlab Australia will be presenting her findings obtained during the conservation survey, at the Baillieu Library of the University of Melbourne. The talk will cover the broad range of publishing sectors like paper making, printing and binding methods and also describe publication distribution between the 1920s to 1940s.

To join Series 7 Chinwag on Thursday 27 October 2022, from 10.30am to 11.00am (Adelaide Time), please click on the Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87820436691

This Chinwag will be available early November and Series 1 to 6 can be viewed now, under State Division Webinars on the AICCM website