Following the Fellows through
the Winterthur Program in American Material Culture as they discover how to unpack the significance of objects
Philippe and UD art conservation undergraduates discuss a painting during a Conservation Clinic at Winterthur
Nick, Philippe, and Lauren enjoy a wonderful tour of Historic St. Mary’s City with Dr. Henry Miller, Director of Research.
His Excellency Bjӧrn Lyrvall, Swedish Ambassador to the United States and the Honorable Mark Gould, Chief of the Nanticoke-Lenape, address the public plenary session at the New Sweden Conference.
Encountering ‘Others’ in the Delaware Valley curated in coordination with the 375th Anniversary New Sweden Conference. The exhibit explored the transmutation of objects’ meanings when appropriated by Native American and European others in 17th-century New Sweden.
Philippe opens the Alexandria Historical Society’s 2013 Award Ceremony with a discussion of the importance of local history, museums, and public engagement with the past.
Brock presents the inaugural Wendell D. Garret Award to Gerald W.R. Ward at the annual Society of Winterthur Fellows meeting.
Class of 2015 heads to Heirloom Weavers for textile block.
Matt Kline giving the class of ‘15 a fabulous tour of Heirloom weavers last Friday!
Happy Halloween from the Winterthur tunnel!
Textile block! Learning about floor coverings! Just because it’s rug, doesn’t mean it goes on the floor. Here’s a bed rug for the fellows’ delectation.
Graduate students strike an art historical pose at the Delaware Art Museum’s Halloween costume party.
A study session of the 1726 Flushing high chest made by Samuel Clement with Greg Landrey and Stephanie Auffret.
WUDPACs and WPAMCs bond at the Allentown Paper Show.
Material Life goes for a stroll across Old City Philadelphia with Ritchie! Check out the gorgeous fanlight at the Physick House!
With the assistance of Chela Metzger, WPAMCs take a study break to learn how to apply bookplates in a conservation conscious manner.