June 9, 2010 8.00 am This story is over 167 months old

Graduates exhibit historic artefacts

History lesson: Graduating students are exhibiting their historical conservation and restoration work this fortnight.

An exhibition presenting conservation and restoration work completed by a group of University of Lincoln graduating students is now open to the public.

The degree show exhibition, dubbed Suspension Of Time, is situated at Chad Varah House, on Lincoln’s uphill Wordsworth Street.

The show, which features conservation and restoration work from fourteen final year students, opened to the public on Monday, June 7th.

For those hoping to attend and view the range of historical objects on show, the exhibition is now open between 11am to 3pm, Tuesday to Thursday for the next fortnight, closing on June 17th.

Various conserved and restored pieces are on show, including roman artefacts, ceramics, objects of natural history, textiles, fossils and more.

One piece being exhibited, by student Marie Linke, is a Roman mosaic which dates from between 43AD-409AD.

Source: Suspension Of Time | Photo: Holly Clarke