Monday, July 23, 2012
Qualifications of a Siberian Haridresser
Exhibits can be tricky. They're a wonderful opportunity to showcase your collections, bringing out items that the average visitor to your institution may not know about and yet you are exposing your collections to potential damage that you may not be aware of until too late.
Posted by atthebench at 1:54 PM 2 comments:
Labels: exhibits, July 2012, library conservation, light bleaching, light damage, paper bleaching, paper conservation
Friday, July 6, 2012
More Tape Progress
But having this "before" picture right next to the actual piece I can look back and forth and and notice very quickly even minimal change in the adhesive residue on the letter. Very cool.
Posted by atthebench at 2:18 PM No comments:
Labels: camera phone, clever conservator, during treatment, mobile technology, paper conservation, solvent testing, tape, tape removal
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