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Seminar on weave structures

From: Susan Mathisen <sam6>
Date: Thursday, May 17, 2001
The Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York
University is pleased to announce a Summer Workshop:

A Practical Approach to Looking at Weave Structures
Milton Sonday, Textile Historian
August 6-9, 2001

This seminar is meant to provide a textile conservator with a
practical approach to describing, recording, and analyzing woven
fabrics. Microscopes and a projection system will be available to
study and discuss a variety of fabrics that represent major
categories of weaving techniques. The aim is to present approaches
to looking at and recording fabrics and provide a outline for
continued studies.

The format of the seminar will be flexible and not a strictly
ordered course. Students should come prepared to ask questions and
participate in discussions.

Some prior knowledge of woven structures or weaving techniques is
required and access to a collection to reinforce future study is
desirable.  Basic supplies will be provided.

Course Fee:  $400
Application Deadline:  June 22, 2001

Application:  Early application is recommended to insure a place, as
enrollment is limited to 12 participants.  Late applications will be
accepted if space allows.

Please send name, title, street address, phone, e-mail address, and
a cover letter outlining your relevant education/employment and
applicability of course to your work, along with the deposit to:

    Conservation Center
    Institute of Fine Arts
    New York University
    14 East 78th Street
    New York, NY 10021

Tuition:  A deposit of $100 is required to reserve a place; payment
of the balance is due on the first day of class.  Meals, housing,
and minor travel costs associated with field trips are not included
in tuition fees. Deposits will be refunded in full if the course is
canceled.  Checks should be payable to New York University.

Financial Aid:  Partial financial assistance is available for
qualified applicants who would otherwise be unable to take the
course.  To apply for financial aid, please include with your
application a statement of financial need and, where appropriate, a
letter from your organization endorsing your request.

Travel and Housing:  Participants are responsible for their own
travel and housing arrangements.  Recommendations for moderately
priced accommodations will be included with the information packet,
upon acceptance.

For more information contact:

    Susan Mathisen, Administrative Conservator or
    Shelley Sass, Program Coordinator
    212-992-5848
    Fax: 212-992-5851
    conservation.program [at] nyu__edu


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