Tues, Sept 8, 2011 to Tues, Oct 4, 2011 (8 sessions)
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7-10 pm
This 8-evening seminar is intended for individuals responsible for the preservation of private or public collection materials, and will inform about both practices available to the non-specialist and services provided by conservators. This seminar is presented as a series covering important topics of concern to museums, galleries and private collections including the effects of the environment, materials used in storage, packing and display, preservation of metal artifacts, and methods used in the examination of collections and their documentation.
Faculty/staff from the UCLA/Getty Masterís Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation:
Ellen Pearlstein, David A. Scott, Vanessa Muros, and Ioanna Kakoulli.
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