Lighting

LightingLight, in the form of sunlight or artificial lamps, can damage many of the items that are frequently found in heritage collections. It is also important to realise that damage caused by light and UV radiation is cumulative. Yet, of course, we need good lighting in museums for staff and visitor safety, and so we can view the collection itself. When caring for collections we need to take measures, such as monitoring and controlling light levels, to minimise this damage.

 


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