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    Students inform the public on clinic day


Conservation Clinic

As part of the museum’s and the university’s missions of public service, advice on condition, care, and possible treatment is offered without charge. Paintings, textiles, works of art on paper, books and archival documents, photographic materials, furniture and decorative, archaeological and ethnographic objects are welcomed with their caretakers for 30-minute appointments. Faculty and students share their knowledge about the care of works of art of all materials with collectors, curators, caretakers, or scholars of works of art or cultural property.

The clinic is held on Thursday afternoons at: Copeland Lecture Hall of the Winterthur Museum Pavilion Route 52 Greenville, DE 19807.  Appointments are required. Call: Janis Kraft at 302-888-4786

NOTE: Monetary appraisals and authentication of objects will not be given. There is a limit of three works per appointment.

2014/2015 dates (subject to change):
September 25 
October 30
November 13
December 11
March 19
April 9 
May 7
Resources to help you!

The Winterthur Guide to Caring for Your Collection by Gregory Landrey et al.

Caring for your family treasures by Jane S. and Richard W. Long

FAIC-AIC Find a Conservator

Art Conservation Tips

Northeast Documentation Center Leaflets

CCAHA Technical Bulletin