Category Archives: Conservation Project Support

From the Bench: Conservators Save Colonial-Era Artifacts from Corrosion

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From the Bench: The Peabody Museum Maps 140 Years of Anthropology Fieldwork

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From the Bench: New Storage Safeguards Newark Museum’s Jewelry and African Art Collections

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: A Collaborative Survey Shines Fresh Light on Korean Paintings

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: Rehoused Instrument Collection Is Once Again Instrumental

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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