Judith Chantry – behind the scenes

Judith Chantry working in her small conservation studio at the Ashmolean The Chantry Library is named after artist and conservator Judith Chantry (1943-1999), who began her career as a children's librarian in Sheffield after gaining her librarianship qualification. Judith soon followed her love of art, moving to London to train as a paper conservator, and... Continue Reading →

CHANTRY LIBRARY REOPENS!

OCC is very pleased to announce the reopening of the Chantry Library from October 1st, with our new part-time librarian, Mrs Marjory Szurko. Marjory has worked in many Oxford College library collections and has a wealth of experience in running libraries. She also has a passion for creating sweet dishes and cakes from historical recipes.... Continue Reading →

Signs of the times

As conservators - and librarians - prepare to go back to our workplaces along with much of the rest of the country we are likely to find them carefully marked up to remind us to maintain social distancing. Evidence has been spotted outside the Chantry Library (and for the avoidance of public transport). If only... Continue Reading →

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