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The Art and Science of Restoration

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The Art and Science of Restoration

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The Art and Science of Restoration

The Art and Science of Restoration

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An artist, a novelist and a paleontologist talk about restoration as it occurs in the art gallery, in a novel and in the Mongolian desert.

Guests:

Rachel Berwick, sculptor, represented by the Brent Sikkema Gallery in New York. Associate professor, Rhode Island School of Design

Leslie Forbes, author, Waking Raphael, and Fish, Blood, and Bone

Michael Novacek, author, Time Traveler: In Search of Dinosaurs and Ancient Mammals from Montana. Curator of paleontology and provost of Science American Museum of Natural History in New York

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