13/05/2021

Artlab Australia is a recognised leader in the conservation of cultural collections, with a national and international reputation for excellence.

Textiles Conservator installing Samurai armour at the exhibition Samurai at Art Gallery of South Australia.

In the latest Our State podcast, Artlab Australia Director, Andrew Durham, discusses the expert services his team provides in preserving and conserving our state’s cultural collections within the Art Gallery of South Australia, South Australian Museum and State Library of South Australia.

Listen to the podcast to learn more about this work and about Artlab’s Consultation Days, where members of the public can bring along their own prized artworks, historical items and family treasures to be assessed for free by the team’s skilled conservators.

‘Our State’ is a series of radio, video and television segments focused on uncovering and sharing important subjects: the interesting, the significant, the future, the unknown and the things that are happening, right now in South Australia.

You can listen to the radio segment live every Monday from 1:30pm on 1395AM Adelaide's FiveAA, and catch up on past episodes or subscribe to the podcast on Buzzsprout.

Pictured: Textiles Conservator installing Samurai armour at the exhibition 'Samurai' at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Samurai armour with breastplate depicting Fudō-myōō and inscribed 'A Fortuitous Day, the 8th month of the 12th year of Genroku (1699), Myochin Munesuke' by Myôchin Munesuke, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. Photo: Artlab Australia.