On January 12, 2024, the American Center for Mongolian Studies celebrated the conclusion of the “Conserving and preserving Mongolia’s endangered textile collections and traditions” project. The project was selected by […]
This summer, AFCP Project Leader Colleen O’Shea joined AFCP Fellows O. Angaragsuren and Kristen Pearson in Ulaanbaatar to work on conserving a medieval deel in the collection of the Mongolian
Before our upcoming series of posts on the AFCP team’s hands-on work in Mongolia this summer, we’re presenting our final Q and A. Project Leader Colleen O’Shea chatted with Project
Our AFCP project team introductions continue with a Q & A with Conservation Fellow O. Angaragsuren. You can learn more about the AFCP project “Conserving and Preserving Mongolia’s Endangered Textile Traditions and Collections” here.
Last week, we hosted our first in-person workshop, bringing together AFCP participants and archaeologists from multiple institutions to study the delicate work of excavating and analyzing archaeological textiles. Next week,
We’re kicking off a series of Q &A’s with AFCP project team members and participants by introducing our Project Leader Colleen O’Shea. Project Fellow Kristen Pearson sat down with Colleen