The Washington Conservation Guild Presents the Seventh Meeting of the
Thursday, March 1, 2018 at the Walters Art Museum
Reception from 5:00pm to 6:00pm in the Parlor at 5 West Mount Vernon Street
Presentations from 6:00pm to 7:00pm in the Graham Auditorium at 600 N.
Conservation highlights from the Arts of Asia Installation at the Walters:
Stephanie Hulman: Lessons Learned from the Treatment of Southeast Asian
Elisabetta Polidori: Technical Discoveries on an unusual Indian Miniature
Meg Craft: Examination and Treatment of a Tibetan Ritual Box and Dagger
The museum is open to the public until 9:00pm on Thursdays and you can
experience the Arts of Asia exhibition after the meeting!
Transportation to the Walters Art Museum:
The museum is located at 600 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201
The Parlor is located at 5 West Mount Vernon St., Baltimore, MD 21201
MARC trains depart from Union Station and arrive at Baltimore Penn Station.
For scheduling information, go to
>From Penn Station, the Charm City Circulator is a free bus that runs from
the station to the museum.
The public entrance to the museum is located near the corner of Centre and
Cathedral streets. A staffed parking lot is located across the street from
the museum at Centre and Cathedral streets for drivers.
Transportation information is on the museum website:
This event is free to WCG members, $5 for guests & non-members.
Memberships are $35 for professionals and $25 for students.
WCG just celebrated 50 years of supporting and promoting art conservation
in both the DC metro area and worldwide.
Membership fees go toward supporting our next 50 years of programming and
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