Category Archives: Conservation Assessment Program

From the Bench: Conservator of All I Survey

This post is part of the “From the Bench” series celebrating the work of conservators. Part scientist, part detective, they work to preserve the past for the future. This series features the voices of conservators who are working on IMLS-supported … Continue reading

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From the Bench: Seattle Art Museum’s Delicate Asian Screens Rehoused for Access and Preservation

This post is part of the “From the Bench” series celebrating the work of conservators. Part scientist, part detective, they work to preserve the past for the future. This series features the voices of conservators who are working on IMLS-supported … Continue reading

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From the Bench: Preservation of Art Objects Helps Restore Historic Halls to Past Splendor

This post is part of the “From the Bench” series celebrating the work of conservators. Part scientist, part detective, part artisan, part caretaker, a conservator works to preserve the past for the future. This series features the voices of conservators who … Continue reading

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From the Bench: Making Things Amber Clear

This post is part of the “From the Bench” series celebrating the work of conservators. Part scientist, part detective, they work to preserve the past for the future. This series features the voices of conservators who are working on IMLS-supported … Continue reading

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Spring Things

By Connie Bodner, IMLS Senior Program Officer Ahh, spring! Most of us like it—except for the blinding, airway-obstructing tree pollen, of course. Poets write wonderfully evocative descriptions of it. Gardeners try to coax life from seeds even when they know … Continue reading

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