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Portfolios – let’s jazz ’em up!

This past week the preservation lab hosted 3 classes with 3rd year fashion design majors.

The goal of the sessions were to familiarize the students with the basic parts of the book, explore different types of enclosures, and demonstrate how these simple structures can be “tweaked” to produce a wide range of compelling forms.

Veronica discusses a bound items with exposed sewing.

Veronica discusses a bound items with exposed sewing.

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Preservation Week 2013

In honor of Preservation Week, the lab threw the doors wide open to the UC and PLCH communities for a Preservation Lab Open House.  Colleagues from both libraries came to find out a little bit more about what lab staff do to keep our collections healthy and patron-ready.

We pulled out all the stops to give our guests a tour of our home away from home.

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