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    Frame Conservation at the Museum of Fine Arts

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    January 24, 2012

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    Frame Conservation at the Museum of Fine Arts

    Go behind the scenes at the MFA. Visit the frame conservation lab and look at current projects and processes with the conservators. See the Museum’s approach to alternative gilding techniques, simple mold making and the casting of replacement ornaments. Then tour extraordinary examples in the galleries and learn how they were restored. Limit 7 students


    Eliot School of Fine and Applied Arts

    24 Eliot St. PO Box 300351
    Boston, MA 02130

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    Admission Info:

    $50. Includes museum admission


    General Day and Time Info:

    10-11:30A


    Phone: 617 524 3313


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