Students interested in applying to the Winterthur/University
of Delaware Program in Art Conservation should not miss the Master's program
annual Portfolio Day, to be held on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at the Winterthur Museum, in which the entering
class of graduate students shares their pre-program resumes.
candidates and advisors can engage one on one with the graduate students and
ask questions about the process involved in applying to graduate school for art
conservation. Graduate students' portfolios and studio art will be on exhibit.
This year's student speaker, starting at 4PM, is Julianna Ly,
who will present a talk entitled “Treating works by Edwin Austin Abbey at Yale.” Julianna will gladly
field questions from the audience at the end of her talk.
After Julianna’s presentation, The WUDPAC Class of 2021 will share
their pre-program portfolios outside the Gallery Reception Area at Winterthur
Museum. Students and visitors are invited to talk to first-year WUDPAC students
for gaining insight and advice, and tour the conservation labs in the
Winterthur Research Building. The following labs will be open: painting, paper,
book, textiles, furniture, objects conservation, and the analytical labs.
Current second-year WUDPAC students will be available in the labs to explain
their current conservation projects and the curriculum.
Please RSVP for this
event by Friday, September 28, 2018 by e-mailing Theresa Slusser at firstname.lastname@example.org.