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Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings

Student at EaselThe Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings is a three year course awarded by the University of Cambridge.

The course is open to students with a first degree in fine art, art history or the natural sciences. Candidates with other degrees will be considered if they can demonstrate that they have a particular aptitude for the field.

After graduation, students are expected to undertake at least a further year of study or internship in a conservation department in Britain or abroad in order to gain experience of different approaches to conservation problems.

Courses within the University of Cambridge are organised each year across three 8 week long terms. Unusually at Cambridge, terms at the Hamilton Kerr Institute are up to 15 weeks long and students are required to attend the Institute between 0900-1700 Monday to Friday every other week and 0900-1700 Monday to Thursday on alternate weeks. 

 

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Artists before Columbus: new research on the Caribbean’s largest concentration of indigenous pre-Columbian rock art

Oct 30, 2017

Published by the Journal of Archaeological Science on 30 October, the paper reveals key discoveries such as the first direct rock art dates in the Caribbean, how pre-Columbian rock-art was made and their paint recipes.

Two Internships from September 2018

Oct 27, 2017

Two internships will be offered from September 2018. Tenable for 11 months in the first instance, interns may be invited to extend the internship for a further year. Applicants should be recent graduates from a recognised training programme.

A New Intern

Oct 05, 2017

The Hamilton Kerr Institute is delighted to welcome Ms Molly Hughes-Hallett who will join the Institute's prestigious Internship Programme for the academic year 2017-2018.

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