Conservation of leather
23-26 APRIL 2012
Course code: PC1204
Non-residential fee: £381
Leather can be found in a wide range of objects and has been used over many centuries and across the globe. The course is designed to explore the history, manufacture and chemistry of leather and to review current practice in its conservation. The format of the course includes lectures, demonstrations and practical sessions, and it will be presented by two leading practitioners working and teaching in this specialist area.
Course leaders: Yvette Fletcher and Roy Thomson