Our compelling difference is in-person, hands-on learning on a residential museum-rich liberal arts campus.
- Two professional museums are our laboratories.
- Practicing conservators and cultural heritage professionals are our instructors.
- In-person instruction and after-hours socialization contribute to a community of practice.
- Participants depart with new knowledge, skills, and professional networks that benefit them throughout their careers.
Course fees include on campus accommodations, breakfast and lunch, and all materials.
The early bird fee is only available to those who register before March 31, 2022.
|Course||Date||Fee||Early Bird Fee|
|Care of Metal, Glass, and Ceramic Objects||TBD||$1,200||$1,150|
|Care of Photographs||TBD||$1,400||$1,350|
|Mount Making: The Design and Fabrication of Archival Mounts for Exhibits||TBD||$1,450||$1,400|
|Advanced Mount Making||TBD||$1,200||$1,150|
|Introduction to Textile Conservation||TBD||$1,400||$1,350|
|Textile Stabilization and Display||TBD||$1,400||$1,350|
|Matting and Framing Works of Art on Paper||TBD||$1,400||$1,350|
|Packing Artwork for Transit: Established Practices and Underlying Principles||TBD||$1,300||$1,250|
|Introduction to Paper Conservation||TBD||$1,400||$1,350|
|Introduction to Integrated Pest Management||TBD||$1,200||$1,150|
|Rare Books Care and Structure||TBD||$1,200||$1,150|