Bring Your Valued Treasures to Free Art Conservation Clinic

Bring Your Valued Treasures to Free Art Conservation Clinic

Posted: August 31, 2009
If you have questions about damaged heirlooms, collectibles, or antiques, now is the time to make an appointment for Buffalo State College’s free Art Conservation Clinic, Sept. 18.  

Faculty experts will examine your valued treasure, discuss conservation options and provide advice about care.  Some objects will be accepted for conservation treatment as supervised student projects.  Appointments are necessary and will be scheduled in the order that calls are received.  

The Buffalo State College Art Conservation Department is nationally  renowned with alumni holding significant positions are the nation’s leading museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art;  Museum of Modern Art; the Smithsonian Institution; the J. Paul Getty Museum; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and the Art Institute of Chicago.

Those attending will spend about 30 minutes with a faculty member in one of the department’s three areas of study:  paintings, paper or objects.  For an appointment or more information, call Diana McNerney at (716) 878-5025. 
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