Understanding Art Conservation

Understanding Art Conservation

11 – 19 January 2020
Tanjong Pagar Distripark
Free Admission

Understanding Art Conservation

YH Conservation opens up its studio for the public to discover what goes on behind the scenes in the conservation of artworks. Participants can also attend talks and workshops that shed light on the various processes applied for artworks across different mediums.

Art conservation is a small but important cog in the fast-moving art industry. While mostly behind the scenes, the role of art conservation is the reason many works have lasted through generations. Apart from practical conservation work, there are many aspects under the umbrella of conservation that contributes to the well-being of artworks. To help bring art conservation to the forefront, YH Conservation is opening up its studio for an open house during Singapore Art Week 2020 and conducting a series of workshops. The objective of this programme is to help inform the public on the importance of understanding art conservation from different perspectives. 

39 Keppel Road, #02-02A
Singapore 089065

Open House
13–17 January

11, 12, 18, 19 January
1pm, 3pm

To register, please email info@yhconservation.com.

Image courtesy of YH Conservation
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