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Sunday, May 28 • 10:00am - 5:00pm
Tools and Techniques for UV/Visible Fluorescence Documentation FILLING

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This workshop will provide an opportunity for conservators to learn more about the tools and techniques needed to create high quality UV/visible fluorescence images that can be meaningfully analyzed, compared and viewed. UV/visible fluorescence is a powerful, non-destructive, imaging technique that can be used as a diagnostic tool and to inform conservation treatment. However, this technique's usefulness for these applications is compromised by inconsistencies in approach and expectations. Through lecture and demonstration, participants will learn about practical tools such as filters, UVA lamps, UV safety equipment, standardization targets, reflectance targets, and post-processing techniques. Scientific data will be used to illustrate the positive and negative aspects of materials, giving participants the knowledge to evaluate new tools and equipment. When possible, low-cost and practical options will be presented.

Cost: $169

avatar for Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton, [PA]

Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton, [PA]

Conservator, McGlinchey Sexton Conservation, LLC
Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton is an independent Conservator of Photographs and works on paper in Colorado Springs, CO. Jennifer holds a BFA in Photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. In 2010, she earned an MA in Art Conservation from Buffalo State College with a concentration... Read More →

Sunday May 28, 2017 10:00am - 5:00pm
Comiskey Concourse Level, West Tower

Attendees (30)