Museum of Anthropology: Open Conservation Lab. 2 pm, Jan 24, 2016

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Join our Open Conservation Lab on January 24
Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes with the museum’s conservation staff? Join us on Sunday, January 24 at 2pm for a free members-only event to learn about conservation activities at MOA.

There will be a quick introduction in our Community Lounge before we head out on a tour of our Conservation Lab. You’ll see some of the objects that we’re working on, and we’ll show you how our state-of-the-art preservation equipment works, including the XRF, cavitron and snakescope. We’ll wrap up with a Q&A session with our conservators, where you can ask how to care for your personal treasures.

Not a member? Not a problem! Get your membership online or at admissions right before the event begins.

Thinking of bringing kids? Open Lab participants must be at least 15 years old. But we do have kid-friendly conservation activities for Family Day on Sunday, February 7.

Space is limited to 24 lucky people, so register today! 

Register for the Open Conservation Lab
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