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Hannah Covel (’23) uses a Dremel tool to gently reduce concretions on an archaeological iron hoe. (Image: Madeline Hagerman, University of Delaware)
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Amaris Sturm, alumni of both the undergraduate and master's programs at UD conserves a chandelier as part of her WUDPAC third-year internship at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.
The field of art conservation is truly interdisciplinary – a wonderful combination of the arts, humanities, and natural sciences – offering each of you an opportunity to examine, document, analyze, stabilize, and care for treasured cultural heritage while preserving the beauty, history, and often untold stories of their owners, makers, and communities. As you pursue your work and study at the University of Delaware you will discover the capacity of the art conservation profession to strengthen cultural understanding and to foster inclusion, well-being, and joy.
Following graduation, our art conservation undergraduates will be able to: