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Fluid Specimen Collection Conservation Training

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Date: Thursday 21st March 2019

Ludlow Museum Resource Centre has been working with Lucie Mascord from the Lancashire Conservation Studio, as part of the WMMD Expert Eye programme, to review the fluid collections which form part of the natural history collections.  The work will result in better documentation, improved online access and interpretation.

As part of the project Lucie is offering training on how to conserve the specimens which have suffered a loss of fluid over time and are at risk of becoming exposed. This two day training session is being opened up to museums who have similar collections and will cover rehydration, mounting and labelling specimens, maintenance and documentation.

Attendees will need to attend both days and are asked to make their own arrangements for lunch.

Please book using the button below.  If the button’s not there it means we are now fully booked.  If you’d like to join the waiting list please email wmmd@ironbridge.org.uk with the name of the course.

21 and 22 March
Ludlow Museum Resource Centre, Rear of Corve Street, Ludlow, Shropshire SY8 2PG

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