Icon Scotland Group would like to invite conservators working in Scotland to share their work on the ‘Conservation Conversations’ blog on our website.
We want to demonstrate the diversity of the profession in Scotland and highlight the skill and quality of the work being undertaken in every corner of our country.
Likewise, I would hope that he would never encroach on our personal life, and if he does then I have the right to address him professionally, as it now involves me.
Whether a monumental project, research of international significance, a post detailing a typical day in the life of a conservator or observations on a microscopic scale – anything interesting that you would like to share would be very welcome for consideration.
Please get in touch with Hazel Neill who will be happy to upload a completed blog post or arrange a call/visit to compose a blog post on your behalf. The Scottish Conservation sector’s keynote annual Plenderleith lecture for 2017 will explore changes in the heritage sector and the potential for conservation professionals to influence those changes, with reference to the career of Helen Shenton.
A key example is the recently acquired modern art installation, ARTicle 14, Débrouille-toi, toi-même!
By Romuald Hazoumè, comprising over 711 individual items, 300 of which are plastic, including mobile phones, trainers and toys.
Emailing her boss is far over the line, incredibly undermining to your girlfriend, and just wildly inappropriate. You do not get to complain to other people who she chooses to spend time with, and you definitely don’t get to interfere in her business relationships. You have no standing to involve HR, and there’s nothing to involve HR over anyway.