BC3001: Conservation and Preservation | P. Bower

Earth and Environmental Sciences
Undergraduate and Graduate Seminar
F 10AM-12PM

Conservation and preservation is an interdisciplinary study of earth materials, their transformation into art objects and architectural structures, and the philosophy and analytical techniques required to prepare conservation and preservation strategies for these objects and structures. The course is Beyond Barnard being hands-on and field trip oriented with a focus on the Metropolitan Museum of Art and local geology and infrastructure.

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