In 2018, San Antonio will celebrate its 300th anniversary, and as part of that celebration, the Alamo is excited to announce the Alamo Tricentennial Lecture Series!
Each month, the Alamo will bring you experts who will explore the events, people, and themes that shaped the history of the Alamo, San Antonio, and Texas.
Alamo Conservator, Pam Rosser, has studied the 18th century frescos that still exist on the interior walls of the Alamo church for over 19 years. Using different means of photography and lighting, Pam has mapped out the 250 year old frescos that are not visible to the human eye under normal lighting conditions. In this one hour session, Pam will discuss her work and explain the purposes, techniques and materials used to create this beautiful art.
About Pamela Jary Rosser:
Pamela Jary Rosser is the conservator at the Alamo. She is a native San Antonioian and a 9th generation Texan. Pam has been a practicing conservator for over 25 years. Prior to working at the Alamo, Pam partnered with her mother, Cisi Jary, and together they owned and operated Reostration Associates Limited for over 15 years. They traveled around the southern portions of the United States, preserving and restoring various exterior and interior finishes of historic buildings. They were known as "the mother daughter duo!"
Pam graduated from University of Incarnate Word is a Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, a member of The Association for Preservation Technology International. Some of her past local projects include: San Fernando Cathedral, Mission Concepion, The Steves Homestead, San Antonio City Council Chambers, the Empire theater and many more.
This event is $15 and includes a Jason's Deli lunch box.
Register to attend the lecture:
The 2018 Tricentennial Lecture Series Schedule (click to print or enlarge):
300 Alamo Plaza
San Antonio, TX 78299