Washington Conservation Guild Presents
the Eighth Meeting of our 50th Anniversary Season
Thursday, April 6, 2017at the National Postal Museum
Join us this 50th Anniversary season for the ever popular Intern Talks held in the Discovery Center
Reception: 5:00pm to 6:00pm and Presentations: 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Please be prepared to go through security to enter the museum.
Tamia Anaya, Pre-Program Intern
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Preservation Strategies for a Software-based Art Object
Robert Price, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow National Gallery of Art
Conservation Treatment of Paul Manship’s Large Scale Bronze, Dancer and Gazelles at the National Gallery of Art
Caitlin Mahony, Samuel H. Kress Fellow Walters Art Museum
To Reveal or Conceal: Ceramic Restorations of the Past and Present
Sophie Barbisan, Postgraduate Fellow Smithsonian American Art Museum
Local cleaning of tidelines on paper with agarose: the relevance of pH and conductivity adjustment
If you arrive before 5:30pm, you can reach the Discovery Center through the museum. After 5:30pm, attendants will need to come through the staff entrance on First St NE, halfway between Massachusetts Ave. and G Place.
To Discovery Center from Staff Entrance
Turn left at the hallway past the security desk. Continue down long hall through double doors to rotunda. Turn right at rotunda and follow hallway around glass conference room and turn right through wooden double doors.
Transportation to the National Postal Museum
The Museum is located across from Union Station at 2 Massachusetts Ave, N.E. The nearest Metro stop is on the Red Line at Union Station. Limited street parking is available.
This event is free to WCG members, $5 for guests & non-members.
For more information about this meeting or WCG, please visit www.washingtonconservationguild.org