Atelier DeLibro in Turanganui-a-Kiwa, Aotearoa

Atelier Delibro

Just before the arrival of the Covid-19, Atelier DeLibro moved to Aotearoa and set up the practice in Turanganui-a-Kiwa, Gisborne, East Coast. After maternity leave, Atelier DeLibro is now open and excited to take part to exciting projects here. Do not hesitate to contact us for any question.

Nau mai haere mai!

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Atelier DeLibro in video-conference for UGR, 12 May 2020

The Universidad de Granada (Grenade University, Spain) is gathering conservators in these series of video-conferences in order to follow up projects and inspire students in this Covid-19 period… Nine conservators share experiences, both technical and ethical about paper conservation.

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“Journées du Patrimoine”, 21-22/09/2019, Le 16 Ter

e 16 Ter open the doors for guided visits to anybody interested to discover and know more about conservation. We will guide your visit through the studio explaining how we work and presenting past, present and future projects. Welcome!

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Course “Infill in Paper Conservation”, UGR, Grenade, october 2018

Atelier DeLibro attended this course organised by the Universidad of Grenade, Spain. It was a three-days course about infills in book and paper conservation : purpose, technics and ethical issues.

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Show at Montreuil-Bellay in Anjou, the 20th and 21st of February 2016

Atelier DeLibro is going to take part to the Show about the Book and its arts and crafts professionnals in Montreuil-Bellay in the Anjou in France. The Show will be open the 20h and 21st of February 2016. It will be the opportunity of discovering or re-discovering many specialities linked to the Book : calligraphy, illumination, heraldry, typography, engraving, illustration, printing, paper-making, marbling, bookbinding, gilding, book and paper conservation…

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Setting up with the 16 Ter, the conservation center in Nantes

The Atelier DeLibro is from now on set up in Nantes, more especially in the heart of the Ile de Nantes, where a lot of creative and artistic activities take place. The studio is sharing a co-working space called 16 Ter, conservation shared with three other freelance conservators of cultural Heritage.

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Collaboration with the Tairawhiti Museum in Gisborne, NZ

The Tairawhiti Museum is a regional museum with a sizable collection of Fine Arts, ceramics, social history objects, photographic and documentary archives the majority of which were donated by the inhabitants of the Poverty Bay region. During the process of moving and the re-housing, the Museum staff identified the necessity of undertaking conservation treatment on one of their most iconic and highly significant objects.

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Fourth Register of Property Acts in the city of Grenade, 16th century

In november 2014, back from the Antarctic, Aline came back to Grenade where she collaborated again with the Archives of the city. The in-folio mayor that she is conserving for them is the Fourth Register of Property Acts from the 16th century. High format and heavy item, the challenge on this document was mainly to re-create the cover binding.

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Conservation of George Murray Levick’s Notebook, Canterbury Museum, New-Zealand

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After seven months spent in the Antarctic, Aline came back to New-Zealand where she collaborated again with Antarctic Heritage Trust on a very special project, the conservation of George Murray Levick’s Notebook.

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Conserving in the Antarctic, the collaboration with Antarctic Heritage Trust

From January to August 2014, Aline worked for Antarctic Heritage Trust (NZ) , based in their conservation lab at New Zealand’s Scott Base on Ross Island, Antarctica. Since 2005, the Antarctic Heritage Trust has had a year-round on-ice cold climate conservation project to conserve the heroic era (1895-1917) expedition bases associated with Scott and Shackleton.

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