Category Archives: Conservation in the Press

The Thinking of a Conservator: Deciding What and What Not to Clean

Here is a great article by our friend Brian Castriota, a graduate student in conservation and art history at the Institute of Fine Arts – New York University, responding to his work on the Staffordshire Hoard this summer.

The Thinking of a Conservator: Deciding What and What Not to Clean

BBC News: Thieves loot Greece’s Ancient Olympia museum

BBC News – Thieves loot Greece’s Ancient Olympia museum.

Daily Mail: Bodies of 21 German soldiers buried alive in WW1 trench found perfectly preserved 94 years later

French archaeologists excavating in the former Western Front discover the bodies of 21 WWI German soldiers who were buried alive when an Allied shell exploded above the tunnel that was being used as a shelter.   Read More

NY Times: Can a Papermaker Help to Save Civilization?

Can a Papermaker Help to Save Civilization? – NYTimes.com.