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Kelsey Wingel (UD
2014 and WUDPAC 2018) and Ellen Nigro (UD 2013 and WUDPAC 2018) conserve
Benjamin Constant murals at the Ames Webster Mansion in Boston on a summer
internship with Gianfranco Pocobene.
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An average of 12 students per year graduate from our undergraduate program. Since 1994:
(UD 2017 and WUDPAC 2020) and Amanda Kasman (UD 2018 and WUDPAC 2021) worked
together to conserve a dollhouse at Winterthur Museum. Image by Evan Krape.
North American Art Conservation Graduate Programs
International Art Conservation Graduate Programs
Graduate Programs in Related Fields
UD undergrad alumna Clara Curran patching a neoprene curtain by Izhar
Patkin at MoMA