Skip to main content

Ivan Myjer of Building & Monument Conservation

October 11, 2016

Conservation of the Carved Frontispieces at Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo in San Antonio, Texas and Reading the Alamo Church Façade

A stone cherub

Wednesday, Oct. 19
Burns Library

Light refreshments will be available in the Burns Library Irish Room beginning at 5:30 p.m.

The presentation will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Burns Library O'Brien Fine Print Room.

In 2015, UNESCO designated the four Spanish Missions in the San Antonio Missions National Park, together with the Alamo, as the 23rd World Heritage site. Ivan and his colleagues have been working on the Alamo, Mission San Jose, and Mission Concepcion since 2009, focusing primarily on the conservation of the carved stonework but also on overall building assessments.

Ivan has also executed conservation treatments here at Boston College, on buildings including St. Mary's Hall, Gasson Hall, and the Bapst Building. Since the lecture will be held in the Bapst Building, Ivan will point out areas of interest to the audience.

This event is co-sponsored by the New England Conservation Association and organized by NECA board members Susan Costello (Associate Conservator of Objects & Sculpture, Straus Center for Conservation & Technical Studies, Harvard Art Museums) and Barbara Adams Hebard (Conservator, John J. Burns Library, Boston College).

Due to space limitations, RSVPs are requested. If you would like to attend, please contact Barbara Adams Hebard.

For further information, including directions and parking, please call 617-552-3282.

This news page is for archival purposes only. The content posted above is no longer available.