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Time-lapse video of WUDPAC students cleaning a 400-year-old Turkish rug is the newest addition to the Department of Art Conservation's Instagram account. The conservation treatment is part of second-years' Margaret O’Neil and Riley Cruttenden’s Textile Major projects. The videos have been viewed over 3 million times!
Please check out the "rug reels" to see the cleaning in action, and ud_artconservation on Instagram to see more about what's going on the department. We'd love to see you there!
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