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Two great programs one for public and one for students

Conservation Conversations with Michael Ruzga

 

Conservation Conversation

March 13

10 a.m. Public Program

12-1:30 p.m. Student/Faculty Program


10 am

Conservation Conversation

PUBLIC PROGRAM  

The public is invited to converse with Cincinnati conservator Michael Ruzga at the Art Museum as he works on a 16th century Italian oil painting. Formerly Chief Conservator of the Taft Museum of Art, Ruzga has treated numerous paintings over the past twenty years, including works by Rembrandt, Renoir, Bouguereau and others.

Co-sponsored by Miami University Art Museum Docent Program


12–1:30 pm

CONSERVATION AT WORK

Faculty & Student PROGRAM

Faculty and students curious about professional opportunities in the field of conservation are encouraged to drop in on Michael Ruzga, Director and Head of Conservation at Fine Arts Conservation, Inc., as he works on a 16th century Italian oil painting in the Art Museum’s collection. Learn about conservation career paths, watch a demonstration, ask questions. Lunch available beginning at 11:40; students should stop by as their schedules permit.

Co-sponsored by the Office of Career Services