Category Archives: paper conservation

A DIY Brush Rest

It is a truth universally acknowledged* that a brush covered with adhesive must be placed somewhere. And if you’re like me, it drives you slightly insane when it’s placed on something and promptly rolls off, smearing said adhesive over your … Continue reading

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Exploring the Villa Acton Libraries

* This post was originally written for┬áthe Villa la Pietra blog, where it will be posted later this summer. Villa la Pietra, bequeathed to NYU by Sir Harold Acton in 1994, is a site for collaboration between various university bodies, … Continue reading

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Charming Studies

Everybody warns you that second year is harder than the first, but it never prepares you for how crazy the second year at the Conservation Center really is. Second year is when treatment actually starts, and for me that means … Continue reading

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