A photograph of Joelle Wickens teaching Karissa Murtore about light degradation and color-matching in textile conservation. Joelle, seen on the left, is a light-skinned woman with cropped grey hair and glasses. She wears a knit grey sweater and is seated in a wheelchair. Karissa is a light-skinned female with dark curly hair pulled back from her face. She wears a blue top and is seated at a table. The two women look down at a peach-colored design which is on the table between them.
Cite this article as: , "Image-5_800w," in VoCA Journal, December 11, 2020, https://journal.voca.network/a-silent-roundtable-discussion/image-5_800w/.