BA (Hons) Conservation: Books & Paper

During this intensive, demanding course you will complete a challenging variety of complex live projects, working on cultural artefacts lent by leading public and private institutions as well as individual collectors. We will teach you to manage all phases of conservation practice, from examination, state-of-the-art analysis, proposal and documentation to the treatment itself and future care recommendations.

This pathway focuses on the conservation and restoration of paper artefacts, parchment and books.  It encompasses a wide range of artefacts from printed paper to delicate watercolours, illuminated manuscripts, maps and books of various materials and construction, projects may even include paper-covered globes and paper-constructed models.

If you’d like to receive updates about the curriculum and content of the new BA (Hons) Conservation: Books & Paper, please register your interest here or book onto an open day.

This three-year, full-time course is ‘subject to validation‘ by Ravensbourne University London commence in autumn 2020.



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