Curators, collections managers, and all who deal with old paper: rejoice! Conservator Jean Baldwin will lead a hands-on paper conservation workshop on Monday, November 18, 2019 at the Silas Bronson Library in Waterbury. Following a presentation, participants will have a chance to get one-on-one help with up to two pieces from their own collection.
This workshop is limited to 15 participants, so register to reserve your space today!
Registrants should bring one or two paper items from their collection to the workshop.
Jean Baldwin is a paper and rare book conservator who works in Connecticut and greater New England. She holds a Masters degree in Preservation and Conservation Studies and is a peer-reviewed Professional Associate in the American Institute of Conservation. She worked as a Rare Book and Paper Conservator at the Library of Congress and Yale University. She brings twenty years of conservation experience working in museums, libraries and her private studio to her work preserving the irreplaceable.
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