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Internship at Chicago Conservation Center

From: Karrin Burns <karrin.b>
Date: Wednesday, December 5, 2007
Painting Conservation Internship
The Chicago Conservation Center

The Chicago Conservation Center is expanding our education efforts
through the promotion of our internship programs for students within
our Painting Conservation Department.  The candidate will be
responsible for project-based treatment of paintings from the 15th
through the 21st Century for private, public, and institutional
collections under the direct supervision of The Center's Senior
Painting Conservator.  The internship is unpaid.

Candidates must be fluent in English and demonstrate positive
communication skills.  Applicants should be currently enrolled in or
recently graduated from a recognized conservation program and
demonstrate a career interest in Painting Conservation. The Chicago
Conservation Center was established twenty-four years ago to serve
the conservation needs of both private collectors and public
institutions. The Center's 17 conservators work in six departments:
Paintings, Works of Art on Paper, Textiles, Murals, Frames and
Gilded Surfaces, Fine and Antique Furniture and Custom Framing.  The
Center has recently expanded its community arts education efforts
with a national and international art conservation internship
program. Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae,
two letters of academic recommendation, transcripts of graduate work
and detailed descriptions of major projects undertaken to:

    Heather Becker
    Fax: 312-944-0595
    heather.b [at] chicagoconservation__com

For more information, please see


The Chicago Conservation Center is a member of the AIC, IIC,
CACG,WAAC and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Karrin Burns
The Chicago Conservation Center
730 North Franklin Street
Suite 701
Chicago, Illinois 60610

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