Monday, 12 January 2015

The next series of blog posts will be posters created by the students in University College London's MA Principles of Conservation ARCLG141 course, Issues in Conservation: Contexts of Conservation. This class covers the history of conservation and it explores the ethical, practical, and professional issues affecting conservation today.

The students discuss various topics in their posters. From the complexities in contemporary art conservation to the important role that science plays in conservation. Please enjoy taking a look at the interesting ways they have presented these topics!

Posters from previous years can be found here.

Please note that each poster's content is the sole responsibility its author and and it may not correspond to the views of the UCL Institute of Archaeology or any of the institutions it may happen to discuss.

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