Snapshot in Time: photography competition

Snapshot in Time: photography competition Photography is an invaluable tool for recording industrial and transport history – it is ideally suited for rapid documentation in a world where dramatic or catastrophic change can occur to the fabric of industry, almost overnight, and revolutionised the documentation of historic sites. STICK is inviting submissions for a photography competition in the run up to its conference “Snapshot in Time” on 17th November.
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Call for papers: Snapshot in Time

Call for papers: Snapshot in Time STICK is inviting submissions for papers for its 2021 conference – “Snapshot in Time” – to discuss the importance of photography as a documentation and advocacy tool for industrial and transport heritage. The conference is scheduled for Wednesday 17th November 2021.
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Recognising materials

Recognising materials Jim Mitchell leads a discussion on how to recognise and deal with engineering materials found in and on conserved objects. This session was a follow up to STICK’s Industrial Object Conservation Training.
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Burning Issues: The Future of Fossil Fuels in Heritage

STICK’s online Spring 2021 event and AGM fell on 22nd April, also International Earth Day. Focussing on the themes of the future of heritage combustion engines and green initiatives, the event explored justifying, offsetting or sustainably running engines, navigating new climate regulations at local and national levels, funding partnerships, and the future of running heritage engines.
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STICK 2019 Conference Summary

STICK Conference 2019 Summary: 100 Years of Women in Engineering” STICK held its 2019 conference at the Glasgow Women’s Library on November 6th. We welcomed a host of superb speakers and colleagues from heritage, culture, engineering and research backgrounds, as well as interested individuals.
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