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Workshop on daguerreotype process

From: Grant Romer <romer>
Date: Friday, September 1, 1995
George Eastman House
Historic Process Workshop
Rochester, New York

The Daguerreotype Process:
An Interactive Seminar

Saturday October 14, 1995 or
Sunday October 15, 1995

Two one-day workshops, in the ongoing series of workshops on the
practice and preservation of historic photographic processes.  This
workshop deals specifically with the materials and processes
involved in the making of a daguerreotype.

Practicing daguerreotypist Ken Nelson will demonstrate the
procedures used in the making of a daguerreotype and, weather
permitting, will produce a daguerreotype image during the workshop.
He will also provide practical guidance to aspiring practitioners of
this process as well as information on suppliers of materials

Grant Romer, Director of Conservation and Museum Studies, and a
practicing daguerreotypist, will discuss the history and
preservation of daguerreian images.

There will be hands-on participation at this workshop, including
polishing and fuming of the plate.

$100 general public, $90 to Museum Members.

For more information or to register, call (716) 271-3361 (ext. 218).
Enrollment is limited to 15 people per workshop so register early to
reserve a space on your preferred day.

Grant Romer

                  Conservation DistList Instance 9:21
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Received on Friday, 1 September, 1995

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