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  • May
    Students' Choice Event: Joanna Rowntree Lecture
    May 3rd, 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    Winterthur Rotunda
    Join us in the Winterthur Rotunda as Christian Scheidemann of Contemporary Conservation in New York City speaks about “Working with Living Artists: Matthew Barney, Robert Gober, Jeff Koons, et al.”  
  • May
    Students' Choice Lecture
    May 4th, 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
    Winterthur Rotunda
    Join us in the Rotunda for this special lunchtime presentation as historian and Winterthur Museum emeritus Charles Hummel speaks on "White-Collar Crime in Museums." 
  • May
    WUDPAC Class of 2018 Technical Study Presentations
    May 8th, 1:00 PM to 5:15 PM
    Winterthur Rotunda
    Join us in the Winterthur Rotunda for a series of ten presentations by the second-year WUDPAC students on their wide-ranging technical study projects. For a full schedule and list of participants and topics, please contact the art conservation department at 
  • May
    Tours for pre-program applicants
    May 10th, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
    Tours of the conservation laboratories at Winterthur are available to potential applicants throughout the academic year. Pre-program tours are generally held once a month. Dates for the spring 2017 semester tours are February 22, March 15, April 26, and May 10. If you would like more information about department tours, please contact WUDPAC Fellow Kelsey Wingel at 
  • May
    Special Lecture
    May 10th, 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    Winterthur Rotunda
    Join us in the Winterthur Rotunda for presentations highlighting research from selected students in UD's Preservation Studies Program. Shelley Smith will discuss her research on Malvina Hoffman and Maribel Beas will speak about preserving the material culture of indigenous people of Peru.  
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>> Visit the Kress Reconstruction Project site

Since 2009, the University of Delaware has been awarded a series of grants from the Samuel H. Kress Foundation to support the design and creation of digital and physical historically accurate reconstructions of selected paintings from the Kress Collection.  Use of these didactics and associated lesson plans, as well as sample sets of  historic pigments and their raw materials available upon request from the Kress Foundation, will inform and inspire scholars, students, and the general public about the making of art and the value of technical art history…


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