Preventive Conservation Education – Research Topics from the Course “Environmental Protection for Collections” (2014)
RTI of Etruscan Bucchero Fragments at Poggio Colla
Preserving Rock Images from Catalina’s Past
Class of 2016 Summer Internships
Examining Plant Fibers using Microscopy
The UCLA/Getty Master’s Program in the Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Materials is a cooperative effort between UCLA and the Getty Conservation Institute. Administered through the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, the program grants a three-year M.A. degree in Conservation. The mission of the program is to educate and train students in the highest standard of conservation practice and decision-making and to prepare them to work as professionals in the preservation of archaeological and cultural materials.
Greetings and welcome to the UCLA/Getty Interdepartmental Program (IDP) on the Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Materials (CAEM).
Conservation is a fascinating field. Conservators work hands-on with beautiful and unique cultural heritage objects that present interesting challenges to scientists and curators alike.
The Sady Kahn Trust Gives Conservation Program its First Matching Gift
The generous gift qualifies for the one-to-one match for the challenge grant awarded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in 2011, and will support graduate students in the program who will be named Kahn Graduate Fellows.