“The Use of Gels for Stain Reduction in Paper Based Objects”
with Daria Keynan, NYC
2-Day Workshop, September 13-14, 2019
NECA is pleased to offer this advanced-level workshop to its members, with financial support
from the Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation.
Daria Keynan is a paper conservator in private practice in New York City, specializing in
conservation of modern and contemporary art. She is one of the first US conservators to have
embraced and perfected the use of gels in paper conservation.
Hosted by the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, Massachusetts, the workshop will
be held in the Society’s new conservation lab, designed by Samuel Anderson Architects of NYC.
Registration is limited to 12 participants.
The workshop is available to NECA members only; if you wish to join see this link:
As the workshop is supported by FAIC funding, pricing is as follows:
NECA members, who belong to AIC: $500
NECA members, who do not belong to AIC: $550
(AIC membership is not a requirement)
This notice is meant to allow interested members to plan for any associated costs and get the
dates on their calendars. An official announcement will be posted in the early spring, and
registration dates will be stated at that time.
For any questions please contact