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Subject: Washington Conservation Guild

Washington Conservation Guild

From: Julia Brennan <julia>
Date: Monday, February 6, 2006
The Washington Conservation Guild
Presents: 2006 Annual Intern Talks
U.S. Navy Museum, Building 76
Washington Navy Yard, 9th and M St. S.E.
Thursday, March 2, 2006
5pm     refreshments
5:45pm  talks

After the talks: Tour of Underwater Archaeology Conservation Lab

   "The Gettysburg Cyclorama:
    Defining the Treatment for a Suspended Display"
    by Jessie Norris
    Olin Conservation Studio

   "C-3PO: Preservation of a Protocol Droid"
    by Mary Coughlin
    National Museum of American History, Smithsonian

   "Great Expectations: Conservation of the 15th Century French
    Painting, Expectant Madonna and St. Joseph"
    by Kristen Loudermilk
    National Gallery of Art

NOTE: You must RSVP to wcg [at] washingtonconservationguild__org by
February 28 to attend this meeting. It is open to the public. You
will need to show a driver's license or other government issued ID
to enter the Navy Yard.

Entry Info: Meeting will be held in the U.S. Navy Museum's Museum
Education Center (MEC). There are two entry gates on M St: at 6th
and at 9th St. After 6 pm, only the 6th and M St Gate is open. From
this gate, go straight down Isaac Hull St. to the waterfront. Turn
left, then go two blocks to the Navy Museum entrance. Park in any
blue or white space in the lot across from the entrance.

Metro: either Navy Yard (green line - exit on N.J. Ave side)) or
Eastern Market (orange and blue lines): it is a 20 minute walk from
either stop. See detailed directions at

    <URL:http://www.washingtonconservationguild.org>

or

    <URL:http://www.history.navy.mil>


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