Tag Archives: art conservation

Leading a Conservation Workshop in Pakistan

On December 22nd, I had the unique opportunity to lead a workshop at the National Museum of Pakistan in Karachi, the city in which I spent most of my childhood. Arranged by the Mohatta Palace Museum, the workshop included nine attendees … Continue reading

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On Professional Presentations: Lessons Learned

This spring, I presented a paper and a poster at two conferences: The Care and Conservation of Manuscripts Conference in Copenhagen, and the AIC/CAC Joint Annual Meeting. (If you are curious, the poster is available on my digital portfolio, and … Continue reading

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Watch This Space!

I just got back from the joint annual meeting of the American Institute for Conservation and its Canadian counterpart. It was a fantastic conference, even if I did fall sick halfway through, but if you missed it — fear not! … Continue reading

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To Light or Not to Light…

As part of my graduate program, I have to take a class on preventive conservation. This involves learning about the ways in which you can prevent damage from occurring, as opposed to acting once an object has been destroyed. This … Continue reading

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Catch me if you can!

Here is the problem with a blog: one begins it assuming that the status quo will remain, and then life happens and you realize that months, if not actual years have gone by. A quick update: At this point, I am … Continue reading

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A Pilgrimage to Ghent

While in Florence, we were so busy working at the Villa that it left us little time to explore. I managed to visit the Duomo and squeeze in a day trip to Siena, but much of our time was spent … Continue reading

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