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7 DAYS LATER: MA Conservation students at work

Written by Jane Cuppage
Published date 20 May 2016

We dropped into the MA Conservation lab in Camberwell recently to see what our final year students are working on for their Summer Show. Here are just some of the images we snapped.

Yhe tools of an MA Conservator

The tools of an MA Conservator

Colour wash samples in the MA Conservation lab

Colour wash samples in the MA Conservation lab

MA Conservation students working on pieces from The Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew

MA Conservation students working on pieces from The Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew

A piece from The Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew which is to be giving new backing

A piece from The Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew which is to be giving new backing

Student Cathy, removing the current backing from a Royal Botanical Garden, Kew piece

Student, Cathy, removing the current backing from a Royal Botanical Garden, Kew piece

MA Conservation Student Sam Foley in the lab

MA Conservation Student Sam Foley in the lab

The book that MA Conservation student Sam Foley is working with

The book that MA Conservation student Sam Foley is working with

Children's books that MA Conservation student Erin Murray is working with

Children’s books that MA Conservation student Erin Murray is working with

Measuring out dried glue

Measuring out dried glue

Detailed folds in a book

Detailed folds in a book

'The Snaitch' from an illustrated book

‘The Snaitch’ from an illustrated book

Working on 'The Snaitch' illustrations

Working on ‘The Snaitch’ illustrations

A book that was damaged during WWII bombings

A book that was damaged during WWII bombings

MA Conservation student Chloe Mills is working with bespoke wall paper from 1960s

MA Conservation student Chloe Mills is working with bespoke wall paper from 1960s

Working on prints from the Royal Asiatic Society

Working on prints from the Royal Asiatic Society

Photographs by Loula Mercedes and Jane Cuppage

Related links:

Summer Shows

MA Conservation

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