Lecture at the Lunder Conservation Center

Posted on Dec 29, 2016

Exploring the Conservation of Folk Art

Image Credit: Electra Havemeyer Webb with her collection, detail of the Kirk Brothers Circus by Edgar Kirk (Collection of Shelburne Museum, 1981-30, Molly Nye Tobey at work, detail of Indian Encampment at Marblehead by JOJ Frost (Collection of Shelburne Museum, 1961-1.57). Images courtesy Shelburne Museum

Image Credit: Electra Havemeyer Webb with her collection, detail of the Kirk Brothers Circus by Edgar Kirk (Collection of Shelburne Museum, 1981-30, Molly Nye Tobey at work, detail of Indian Encampment at Marblehead by JOJ Frost (Collection of Shelburne Museum, 1961-1.57). Images courtesy Shelburne Museum

Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 4 p.m.

Shelburne Museum Objects Conservator, Nancie Ravenel, will present a lecture investigating the conservation of American folk art. How is folk art conservation similar and different from other conservation efforts, if at all?

Location: MacMillan Education Center
Smithsonian American Art Museum
8th & F St. NW, Washington DC 20004

For more information, see the SAAM calendar.