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WUDPAC fellows Annabelle Camp and Kris Cnossen (2022) wet clean a textile in the Winterthur Textile Lab (Image credit: Evan Krape, University of Delaware).
The public has opportunities for a behind the scenes look into the conservation labs at Winterthur. Since 2001, a subset of Winterthur's guiding staff has been trained to give public tours through the conservation facility on the first Wednesday of each month. For more information, call 800.448.3883 or visit Winterthur's website.
For potential applicants, tours of the conservation laboratories at Winterthur Museum will be offered on designated Wednesday afternoons throughout the academic year. Dates during the Fall 2021 semester include October 20th, November 17th, and December 8th, from 1-2pm and 2:30-3:30pm. Lectures by current graduate students or conservation professionals will be held afterwards at 4pm in the Winterthur Rotunda. Tour attendees are welcome to join if interested. If you would like more information or have questions about pre-program conservation tours, please contact WUDPAC Fellows Meghan Abercrombie (she/hers) (email@example.com) and Riley Cruttenden (they/them) (firstname.lastname@example.org). PLEASE NOTE: Given the global pandemic and concern for health and safety, tour group size will be limited. Masks will be required during the duration of the tour and in all indoor spaces.
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Tour the furniture conservation lab during Portfolio Day 2016
Tour the objects conservation lab during Portfolio Day 2016
Tour the paper and photography conservation lab during Portfolio Day 2016
Tour the paintings conservation lab during Portfolio Day 2016
Tour the book and library conservation lab during Portfolio Day 2016