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Let There Be (Just Enough) Light!

The eternal dilemma for all museums revolves around light: we need light to see our collections, but light causes damage that eventually leads to objects’ destruction. Mitigating light exposure can help extend the lifespan of objects on display and is … Continue reading

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A Lasting Legacy: Kickstarting the Summer with Conservation

Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes in a conservation lab? Well, you are about to find out! Throughout the next few months, in connection with the exhibition A Lasting Legacy: Sixty Years of Winterthur Graduate Programs, the graduate fellows in … Continue reading

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