The Minnesota Marine Art Museum in Minneapolis will host a free conversation about the field of art conservation from 6 to 7 p.m. July 30 at 800 Riverview Drive, Winona.
Megan Emery, chief conservator at the Midwest Art Conservation Center, will discuss what art conservation is and how it differs from restoration while sharing examples of recently completed projects at MACC.
These projects include large-scale works, a Rembrandt etching and the treatment of the frame for the Minnesota Marine Art Museum’s own “Washington Crossing the Delaware” by Emanuel Leutze.
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The art conservation center is a non-profit regional center for the preservation and conservation of art and artifacts, providing treatment, education and training for museums, historical societies, libraries, other cultural institutions, artists and the public.
This event will be free due to the support of Ernest and Sally Micek, in memory of W.B. Gautch. For more information,…