Have you heard about Iron Gall Ink?
The Macao Institute of Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Relics and the University of Saint Joseph will hold the Course, Conservation of Iron Gall Ink Objects. Attendats will be learning the theory behind the concept but will also have the opportunity to practice with real objects.
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Last week we welcomed a group of IFT (Instituto de Formação Turística) students and lectures of Heritage Management in Saint Joseph Seminary. We guide them through a visit to USJ Library, Seminary Library, the Treasure of Sacred Art and Saint Joseph Church. This visit was held as an activity under the 2017 Macau Library Week.
IFT students were very happy for having the opportunity to visit this important heritage site. It was a wonderful experience to all of us.
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