Malcolm Warner interviews Bart Devolder, Conservator of Collections at the Princeton University Art Museum and former coordinator of the Ghent Altarpiece restoration project.
Free admission. Advance tickets are recommended.
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Bart Devolder is responsible for leadership and operation of Princeton University Art Museum’s conservation laboratory and for the physical care of the Museum’s extensive collections.
As Conservator at the Princeton University Art Museum, Devolder examines, document, analyze, research and preserve objects from all areas of the Museum’s encyclopedic collections, ranging from ancient to contemporary art and spanning a period of 50,000 years. As a paintings specialist, Devolder personally overses and carries out the conservation of works in the Museum’s paintings holdings. Additionally, he oversees faculty and student collaborations, including innovative art–science partnerships.
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