You have taken a trip of a life-time. Now you are back home you are faced with the question of how do you preserve, present and save those photos and artwork from your experience? On Thursday, July 6 join Ken Evans, from Franklin’s Frames and Art, who will explore these ideas during the Sycamore History Museum’s July 6th Brown Bag lunch.
“With our current exhibit theme of adventures, we are excited to have Ken come to the SHM and talk about how to preserve those special memories. He will share his knowledge about conservation materials, which ensure that photos and art are preserved properly. This process includes framing, matting and mounting methods,” explained Michelle Donahoe, Executive Director of the Sycamore History Museum. “He will also explore cost-saving methods that will protect these treasures.”
The Sycamore History Museum is located at 1730 N. Main Street. The Brown Bag lunch program begins at 12:00. It is free and open to the public – donations are appreciated. For more information please call 815-895-5762 or visit sycamorehistory.org
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