Conservator's Corner: Dacron Lining


Event details

This program of the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts is provided with generous support from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the William Penn Foundation.

Mellon Paper Conservation Fellow Juliet Baines will share when and how the Dacron lining technique is used at the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts to line over-sized flat paper objects. This presentation includes instructive photographs and 3D images to illustrate the technique step-by-step. Meant for conservators with basic understanding of lining paper and photographic artifacts​, there will be opportunity for questions and discussion.

About the Speaker:

As Mellon Paper Conservation Fellow, Juliet Baines prepares condition reports, treatment estimates, and proposals, and carries out conservation treatment for works of art on paper and archival materials.

Juliet received her Master's and Post-Master’s degree in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage and her BA in Art History from the University of Amsterdam. She has interned at the University of Leiden, Restorient and at the Chester Beatty in Dublin, Ireland.