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Conservation Courses at the Hamilton Kerr Institute

Courses IntroductionThe Hamilton Kerr Institute is a leading centre for teaching and research in the conservation of fine art.

Diploma Course

The three year University of Cambridge post-graduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings provides a combination of academic teaching and supervised studio work.

Internship Opportunities

The Institute also offers a number of 1 to 2 year internships to applicants who have completed a post-graduate painting conservation course. The internships enable individuals to gain further practical experience and also provide them with an opportunity to conduct research.

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News of the death of Herbert Lank, first director of the Hamilton Kerr institute 1974-80

Dec 09, 2020

We are sad to announce the death of Herbert Lank, the first director of the Hamilton Kerr Institute (HKI) who died in September 2020. Herbert was born in Berlin in 1925 but settled in England in 1937.

Conservation students help deliver teacher enrichment

May 07, 2019

HKI students talked to teachers about how they reconstructed a 15th century painting as part of a successful CPD day.

HKI in film to promote interest in museum collections

Jan 29, 2019

Staff and students star in a short film made by the Colnaghi Foundation in collaboration with the Wallace Collection to give the public an insight into what lies behind museum collections.

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