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Subject: Online course on matting and framing

Online course on matting and framing

From: Helen Alten <helen<-at->
Date: Friday, April 12, 2013
MS233: Matting and Framing
Instructor: Susan Duhl
May 6-31, 2013
Location: online at <URL:http://www.museumclasses.org>

Description: Matting and Framing teaches the materials and
techniques of conservation-quality framing. For display, matting and
framing provides both protective and aesthetic contributions to art
on paper. Students will learn about different types of enclosures,
different mat styles and cutting methods, the pros and cons of
different backing boards and glazing, and different methods of
attaching items to a mat, some of which do not involve adhering
hinges to art on paper. Lectures, illustrations, product resources,
and additional informational references will be provided.

Logistics: Participants in the Matting and Framing course work
through sections on their own. Instructor Susan Duhl is available
for scheduled email support. Materials and resources include online
literature, slide lectures, dialog between students and online chats
led by the instructor. The course is limited to 20 participants.
Matting and Framing lasts four weeks. To learn more go to
<URL:http://www.museumclasses.org> and pay at
<URL:http://www.collectioncare.org/tas/tas.html> If you have trouble
please contact Helen Alten at helen<-at->collectioncare<.>org

The Instructor: Susan Duhl is an Art Conservator in private practice
specializing in art on paper and archival collections. She provides
workshops, preservation consultations and conservation treatment to
institutions and private individuals throughout the world. Susan
treats works on paper, including prints, watercolors, drawings,
wallpaper, documents, and 3-dimensional paper objects. Her work
includes disaster response and recovery, consultations and
collection surveys to determine condition, treatment and long-term
care recommendations, and helping clients prioritize treatment
needs. Her recent clients include the Library of Congress, the
National Archives and Records Administration, The Woodmere Art
Museum, and LaSalle and Lehigh University Art Museums. Susan
completed her Master of Art degree and Certificate of Advanced Study
in Art Conservation from the State University College at Buffalo Art
Conservation Program. She is a Professional Associate of the
American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works
(AIC) and founding member of the Art Conservator Alliance.

Helen Alten
Director
Northern States Conservation Center


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