http://podcast.eastmanhouse.org Lincoln Lectures Eastman House will present two lectures in relation to the conservation project and Lincoln bicentennial: "Facing Lincoln" 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5 Grant Romer, director of George Eastman House's Advanced Residency Program in Photograph Conservation, and one of the world's leading experts on 19th-century and Lincoln photography, will discuss how the face of Abraham Lincoln has been an essential element of historical fascination, and the role that photography has had in establishing Lincoln's iconic presence in American culture. The lecture will be held in the Dryden Theatre and is included with museum admission. "Abraham Lincoln: From Shards of Glass to National Treasure, the Conservation of the Hesler-Ayres Portrait Interpositive" 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26 Ralph Wiegandt, assistant director for Conservation Education in George Eastman House's Advanced Residency Program, will describe the challenges in reconstructing a seminal Lincoln image on glass, and the conservation procedures innovated in the museum's conservation laboratory. The lecture presents the glass plate's condition as it came into the laboratory, and takes the audience through the process that was carried out so the image can be viewed and appreciated today, and preserved for the future. The lecture will be held in the Dryden Theatre and is included with museum admission. For more information, visit www.eastmanhouse.org or call (585) 271-3361. Admission to Eastman House is $10 for adults; $8 for senior citizens (60 and older); $6 for students; $4 for children (5-12); and free for children 4 and under and museum members.