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Magdalena Solano, Abigail Rodriguez, and Allison Kelley (WUDPAC 2022) conserve photos in the Photographic Materials Block (Image credit Evan Krape, University of Delaware).
The curriculum of the first year serves to introduce the student to an overview of the conservation field and its varied specialties, the history of art and artifact technology, the essential physical and chemical properties of materials and mechanisms of deterioration, professional ethics, and the preventive care and conservation treatment of cultural property.
The courses are presented in the form of conservation science courses and specialty studies, including: furniture, library and archival materials, organic and inorganic objects, paintings, paper, photographs, preventive conservation, and textiles. Documentation and examination techniques are covered within each specialty area. A comprehensive examination at the end of the first year draws from materials presented during this time. By the end of the first year the student will select a specialty for the second year of study.
After completion of the first year, a student should demonstrate the following:
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