The Investigator, the Craftsman and the Art Historian
The Investigator, the Craftsman
and the Art Historian.
Kate Seymour, MA will give
an illustrated lecture in two parts
11.00 – 11.45 - How pictures are made and investigated
11.45 - 1.00 - Light Lunch
1.00 – 1.45 - SRAL Conservation projects
Gartmore Village Hall,
Main St, Gartmore, Stirling FK8 3RW
On Friday 15th July
Tickets: £20: available from:
Sarah Chester: email@example.com
Carol Seymour: firstname.lastname@example.org
All proceeds will go to The Sons of the Rock Society -
a unique local charity which offers financial support for a specific purpose to people in crisis.
It operates in the Stirling and Falkirk areas. For more details:
E: mail: info@sonsof the rock.org.uk
Scottish charity Number SC00912
Kate Seymour, MA
Kate Seymour is an art historian who received a Masters of Arts in the Conservation of Easel Paintings from the University of Northumbria at Newcastle in 1999. She moved to the Netherlands in 1999 to work at the Stichting Restauratie Atelier Limburg (SRAL), Maastricht (the Netherlands) as a painting conservator and is currently the Head of Education at this institution.
Her position entails supervising the practical and research work carried out by post-graduate students from the University of Amsterdam programme for the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage, as well as teaching and lecturing on a variety of subjects, both academic and practical, throughout the two year Master of Arts in Conservation Studies at the University of Amsterdam.
She also gives workshops to mid-career conservators in Russia in collaboration with the Dutch Inventory Foundation (SIC) in Omsk at the Vrubel Museum, as well as training young Indian Conservators in 'best practice' methodologies and standards during their residences at SRAL under the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation / Indian Ministry of Culture Fellowship programme.
Her interests include the structural treatment of both canvas and panel paintings, cleaning polychrome surfaces, filling and retouching systems and varnishing painted surfaces. In addition, Kate held the post of International Council of Museums - Conservation Committee (ICOM-CC) Coordinator for the Working Group Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration, from 2008-2014, and remains active in this organisation as coordinator of the ICOM-CC Education and Training in Conservation Working Group.