Design and Construction of Mounts for Exhibits - Session I
Instructor: Earl Lock and Pam Gaible
Date: August 7-10, 2018
Registration Fee: $1,300
This course covers both theory and hands-on practice of mount making for museum objects. Topics include the designing and fabrication of mounts to protect, support, secure, and exhibit a variety of museum objects and various techniques for using archival materials in mount making. Practicum will include: techniques for braising metals; cutting, bending, and gluing acrylics for the use of various archival barrier materials; and for making fabric covered ethafoam forms. Participants may bring one or two small objects and can retain the mounts they construct for these objects.
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