Category Archives: MRCG News

The El Kurru Heritage Project

By Suzanne Davis, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan For the past four years, I’ve spent part of the winter in the small Sudanese village of El Kurru, and every year I fall a little bit more in love … Continue reading

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Diversity of talks makes for a rewarding meeting

In today’s post, MRCG Emerging Professionals Scholarship winner Alexa Beller recounts her experience at the Cooperstown meeting, where she presented her treatment and research on a painting by Grandma Moses. Alexa is a graduate student in paintings conservation at Winterthur/University of Delaware Program … Continue reading

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A Colorful Experience

Today’s post comes from Stacey Kelly, one of our Emerging Professional Scholarship winners and the Paper Conservation Fellow at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. She shares her experience at the tour of Golden Artist Colors from the Annual … Continue reading

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Conservation by the Kecks

Today on the blog, a message from Jean Portell: Dear MRCG Members, I am a retired AIC Fellow, working on a biography of the late NY-based conservators, Sheldon and Caroline Keck, who in the mid-20th century became very famous and … Continue reading

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New addition – Carpooling!

Are you coming to Cooperstown and looking for a ride? Have your rental car reserved but sad about that empty seat next to you? Head over to our carpooling page here and fill out the form so we can get … Continue reading

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