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Saturday, May 14 • 8:30am - 3:30pm
(Workshop) Gap-filling for Ceramics SOLD OUT

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$149

This hands-on workshop will provide the opportunity to compare and contrast properties of familiar fill materials such as plaster, Modostuc, Flugger, Polyfilla, and bulked adhesives. The workshop will incorporate worktime with the materials, facilitated by discussions of their properties and examples of their use effectively. Instructors from institutions with large ceramic collections will provide tips and tricks for preparing lacunae for fills, finishing techniques, workflow and other concerns in choosing materials. The focus will fall on low-fired to medium-paste ceramics rather than porcelain.

Instructor(s)
avatar for Rachael Perkins Arenstein

Rachael Perkins Arenstein

Conservator & Principal, A.M. Art Conservation, LLC
Rachael Perkins Arenstein is a partner of A.M. Art Conservation, LLC, the private practice she co-founded in 2009. She spent the last three years working in Israel as the Conservator at the Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem, an archaeological collection with ceramics from pre-history to the Islamic period and as the conservator for Tel Gezer excavations overseeing the care of finds and protocols for ceramic restoration. Prior to that she worked at the... Read More →
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Elisheva Kamaisky

Head, Pottery Conservation Unit, Israel Antiquities Authority, Israel Antiquities Authority
Elisheva Kamaisky is Senior Conservator and Head of the Pottery Conservation Unit of the Israel Antiquities Authority where she has worked since 1989. Her research interests center on the technology of ancient pottery production and manufacturing, preventive conservation and analytical needs of ceramics and ceramic treatment materials. Elisheva holds an MA in Archaeology and Archaeological materials from Tel Aviv University and a BA in Pottery... Read More →

Saturday May 14, 2016 8:30am - 3:30pm
Room 510 B


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