Volume 5, Number 1
- Judith Munn, whose review of Lee McDonald's paper- making
equipment appears in this issue, reports that she is a very proud
and happy recipient of a National Museum Act Grant to study with
Anthony Cams at Trinity College, Dublin, for a year beginning in
- Heinke Pensky-Adam has accepted an appointment to head the
restoration department at Monastery Hill Bindery in Chicago.
- On January 1, Charles A. E. Brandt became Chief Conservator for
Artistic & Historic Works on Paper at the Provincial Archives in
- The Thompson Conservation Laboratory is pleased to announce the
addition of Joanna Mankowski to its staff. Ms. Mankowski received
her Masters degree in the Restoration of Fine Arts Objects from the
Institute of Restoration at Nicholas Copernicus University in Torun,
At the Institute, Ms. Mankowski specialized in the restoration of
art on paper and of objects made wholly or in part of leather.
For further information: Jack C. Thompson, Director, Thompson
Conservation Laboratory, 1417 NW Everett, Portland, OR 97209 (tel.
- Frank J. Anderson, one of two subscribers from the state of
South Carolina, writes from Spartanburg:
"I am 'winding down' on a one-month session of paper- making and
printmaking (linocuts, woodcuts, drypoint, and etching) which I
taught at the Wofford College Library Press. The five students I had
did some nice work. We will have an exhibit of their work during the
month of February.
"Four of my Kitenaug Press books were included in the juried
'International Artists' Book Show' (Jan. 17-Feb. 15) at the School
of the Art Institute of Chicago."
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