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Magdalena Solano (WUDPAC 2022) examines an untitled double-sided portrait by the artist William George Krieghoff (Image Credit: Evan Krape, University of Delaware).
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All applicants who reach the final stages of evaluation will be invited for a virtual interview with the WUDPAC Admissions Committee. Below are general requirements for applicants selected to be interviewed. If selected, candidates will receive detailed instructions and logistics directly.
Applicants will submit 3 reports in PDF format that will help demonstrate the depth and/or breadth of your experience and your professionalism. For each file sent there is a size limit of 150MB. There is not a specified page limit and images can be included; however, longer reports may not be able to receive in-depth review.
Applicants will submit 4 full-page pdfs of images of your studio artwork. The portfolio should include four artworks and/or reproductions that you feel best display your competence and skill in a variety of studio art and/or historical craft techniques, with at least one two-dimensional and one three-dimensional work.
In addition, kinetic pieces (e.g., bookbindings, garments, mobile sculptures) in the portfolio should also include a 20-second video of the piece in motion.
A 10-minute presentation (using PowerPoint, Prezi or other) in which the applicant discusses a portion of their conservation experience and communicates how they are already connecting to the field. It must include information about one project in your Conservation Portfolio, and may include other preventive, treatment, research and outreach projects. The presentation should conclude with one slide of a selected piece from the Art Portfolio. The presentation will be followed by questions from the admissions committee.
All applicants invited for interviews will take, in the first or second week of March, an online Applied Science Comprehension Assessment that allows applicants to demonstrate knowledge of the fundamentals of general and organic chemistry and their connection to the structure, deterioration, preservation, and analysis of cultural heritage. Applicants will receive a copy of their exam at the time of completion and can expect to be asked clarifying questions during the virtual interview.