School of Art, Media, and Technology

Painting Conservation Workshop

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The School of Art, Media and Technology will be hosting a workshop conducted by painting conservator Rustin Levenson.
On Friday, December 14, Ms. Levenson will give a free seminar/demonstration on caring for wet and moldy paintings on canvas or wood. Artists and collectors may bring one (preferably small) painting. Limited supplies will be available, along with a supply list, website list, and printed instructions.
DATE: Friday, December 14
TIME: 10AM to 12 PM
LOCATION: Room 1618, 79 Fifth Avenue
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
RESERVATIONS: To sign up or to ask questions about the workshop, email Ms. Levenson at rustinfl@aol.com.

 

Rustin Levenson graduated with a degree in Art History from Wellesley College and was trained in conservation at Harvard University’s Fogg Art Museum. She worked on the conservation staff of the National Gallery of Canada and the Metropolitan Museum of Art before opening Rustin Levenson Art Conservation, with studios in Miami, Florida and New York, New York. http://artcarenyc.com/ 

After Hurricane Andrew in Miami she rescued over 5000 works of art.

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