Category Archives: MRCG News

Will the Future of Art Conservation be Found In A Software Program?

Today’s post is an opinion essay by longtime MRCG member Tom Heller. Tom is the Conservator of Furniture, Wooden Artifacts, and Frames, associated with Heller Conservation Services, which is based just outside of Nashville, Tennessee.  “It would be possible to … Continue reading

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Observations from the “Gels in Conservation” conference (London, October 2017): Part 6

This is the final post in a six-part series by member and former MRCG officer Jodie Utter, the Senior Conservator of Works on Paper at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Jodie writes about her experience at the London … Continue reading

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Observations from the “Gels in Conservation” conference (London, October 2017): Part 5

This is the fifth post in a six-part series by member and former MRCG officer Jodie Utter, the Senior Conservator of Works on Paper at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Jodie writes about her experience at the London … Continue reading

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Observations from the “Gels in Conservation” conference (London, October 2017): Part 4

This is the fourth post in a six-part series by member and former MRCG officer Jodie Utter, the Senior Conservator of Works on Paper at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Jodie writes about her experience at the London … Continue reading

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Observations from the “Gels in Conservation” conference (London, October 2017): Part 3

This is the third post in a six-part series by member and former MRCG officer Jodie Utter, the Senior Conservator of Works on Paper at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Jodie writes about her experience at the London … Continue reading

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