Studio Redivivus tutors students and graduates of major conservation institutes in the Netherlands and from all over the world. Usually, there are one to two interns present at the studio. Through work and practice, interns gain greater proficiency and hands-on experience in the areas of examination, treatment, and analysis. For applications, see the information below.
Redivivus also hosts workshops and master classes for conservators. In the year 2016, the workshop Mastering Fills & Inpainting was held by Jim Bernstein, conservator of paintings and mixed media, San Francisco, US.
Workshop with Jim Bernstein at Studio Redivivus
As an intern, you will learn from our conservators and assist them whilst working on Old Masters', Modern and Contemporary paintings. Further work may include assessments, documentation, and research.
Applicants should be completing a Masters' degree in Conservation and Restoration of paintings, possess competent English language skills and be willing to move to The Hague for a minimum of three months.
If you are interested we would like to receive the following documents in your application letter:
A short statement of interest
CV - including references
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the header "Application Internship" and address this to Gwendolyn Boevé-Jones.
Acceptance is ongoing and competitive.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Former intern Raphael Capaul