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Workshop on pulping

From: Tatyana Petukhova <tp16>
Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2002
A New Way of Looking at Pulping
Small Laboratory Practices

Instructor: Jane Colbourne, Senior Lecturer at the University of
Northumbria at Newcastle, Conservation of Fine Art Program, U.K.
Aug 29th
Tours: August 30th

This one-day workshop is hosted by the Graphics Conservation
Laboratory, Department of Preservation and Conservation, Cornell
University Library. The workshop will focus on the following:

    *   Pulping of losses with various shapes and dimensions

    *   Choosing old and new papers for making pulp

    *   Pulp preparation techniques

    *   Choosing dyes (e.g. Yashi cones, Sumi ink, etc.) and
        mordants (e.g. Shikou, Akane, Gobaishi, etc.)

    *   Pulping on suction table/disk

    *   Sizing after pulping (e.g. Seaweed mucilage, gelatin,
        starch, etc.)

    *   Drying techniques (including textural effects)

On the day following the workshop, participants are invited to tour:
the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, the Division of Rare and
Manuscripts Collections  (Kroch Library), and the Department of
Preservation and Conservation book and photograph conservation
facilities. The workshop is limited to eight participants.

Cost: $120.00 including materials, due upon registration.

For registration and more information on the workshop, please

    Tatyana Petukhova
    Graphics Conservation Laboratory
    106 Library Annex
    Palm Rd., Cornell University
    Ithaca NY 14853.
    tp16 [at] cornell__edu

Tatyana Petukhova
Conservation Specialist
Graphics Conservation Laboratory

                  Conservation DistList Instance 15:73
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Received on Wednesday, 24 April, 2002

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