May 17-21

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Monday, May 17 at 12:00 pm EDT
Exhibitor Showcase

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  • Exhibitor Showcase

Monday, May 17 at 3:00 pm EDT
Book and Paper Group (BPG) Business Meeting

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  • Book and Paper Group (BPG) Business Meeting

Tuesday, May 18 at 12:00 pm EDT
Architecture Session One

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Presentations in This Session

  • Evaluating One-step Cleaning Methods for Heritage Building Materials Impacted by Wildland Fire Chemicals
    Kaitlyn Eldredge
  • Exhibitor Experience: G.C. Laser Systems, Inc. 
  • Removal of Crude Oil from Cultural Resources
    Vrinda Jariwala
  • Glazed to Perfection: Conserving the Historic Spanish Tile Fountains of Gulfport Florida's Rolyat Resort Hotel
  • Kelly Ciociola

View Abstracts and Speaker Bios: https://flame.firebird.systems...

Tuesday, May 18 at 12:00 pm EDT
Book and Paper Session One

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  • Re-centering the Bench
    Kristen St. John and Aisha Wahab
  • Exhibitor Experience: Foster & Freeman
  • Playing with Time - Budgeting Light Induced Damage to Manage Light Risk Associated with the M+ Opening Display
    Christel Pesme and JoFan Huang
  • Exhibitor Experience
  • Beyond the Manila Folder - Sharing Heritage Data
    Andrew Forsberg

View Abstracts and Speaker Bios: https://flame.firebird.systems...

Tuesday, May 18 at 3:00 pm EDT
Book and Paper Session Two

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  • Changing Practices - Reviewing the Evolution of Treatment Approaches for the Collection of the Board of Trade and Design Registers 1839-1991 at the National Archives UK
    Barbara Borghese
  • Exhibitor Experience: Hollinger Metal Edge, Inc.
  • Tango with Cows: Balancing Access and Preservation in a Research Collection
    Melissa Huddleston and Rachel Rivenc
  • Exhibitor Experience
  • Conservation Treatment of Atlases, Foldouts, and Guarded Structures
    Katherine Kelly

View Abstracts and Speaker Bios: https://flame.firebird.systems...

Tuesday, May 18 at 3:00 pm EDT
Emerging Conservation Professionals Network – Moderated Panel – Conservation in a Changing World

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  • Moderated Panel - Conservation in a Changing World
    Glenn Wharton, Sanchita Balachandran, Anisha Gupta, Joy Bloser, and Kris Cnossen
  • This program is supported by the Getty Conservation Institute.

View Abstracts and Speaker Bios: https://flame.firebird.systems...

Tuesday, May 18 at 4:30 pm EDT
ECPN Poster Session

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    • AIC’s Emerging Conservation Professionals Network Liaison Program
      Ashley Stanford and Michaela Paulson
    • Knowledge is Power: Take-aways from the Emerging Conservation Professionals Network 2018 Compensation Survey
    • Caitlin Richeson
    • This program is sponsored by the Getty Conservation Institute.

    See poster information, author bios, and more at https://flame.firebird.systems...

Tuesday, May 18 at 5:00 pm EDT
Emerging Conservation Professionals Town Hall and Happy Hour

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  • Town Hall and Happy Hour
    Emerging Conservation Professionals Network Officers, moderated by Jessica Betz Abel
  • Sponsor Presentation
    Getty Conservation Institute

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Wednesday, May 19 at 12:00 pm EDT
Book and Paper Session Three

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  • An Investigation into the Stability of Thermal Copying Records in the US National Archives Produced from the 1950s to the 1970s
    Henry Duan and Lisa Isbell
  • Exhibitor Experience: University Products
  • Does Iron-Gall Ink Corrosion Benefit from Nanocellulose-Phytate Treatment?
    Laura Völkel and Antje Potthast
  • Exhibitor Experience
  • A Digital Imaging Tool for Identifying Photo-active Zinc Oxide Watercolor Pigments
  • Vanessa Johnson

View Abstracts and Speaker Bios: https://flame.firebird.systems...

Wednesday, May 19 at 12:00 pm EDT
Architecture Session Two

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  • A Tale of Two Cemeteries—Comparing Two Cemetery Surveys Conducted at Old City Cemetery in Jacksonville FL and the City of Miami Cemetery in Miami FL
    Caroline Dickensheets
  • Exhibitor Experience: National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT)
  • Grave Goods Gone: The Lost (and Found) African American Burials of Sandy Ground
    Stephanie Hoagland
  • The Deinstallation of the Ancient Egyptian Tomb of Akhmerutnisut (c. 2500-2350 BCE) at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston: Creatively Overcoming Unknowns and Constraints to Safely Move Large Fragile Stones
  • William Remsen and Ian Stewart

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Wednesday, May 19 at 3:00 pm EDT
Book and Paper Session Four

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  • From Prints to Paintings: the Transformation of Maria Sibylla Merian's Counterproofs
  • Catherine Stephens
  • Exhibitor Experience: Colibri Systems
  • Transforming Artworks from 3-D to 2-D Case Study: Treating Two Sets of Monumental Ink Rubbings
    Ika Yi-Hsia Hsiao

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Wednesday, May 19 at 3:00 pm EDT
Poster Session 1 - Architecture Focused Posters

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  • Research on Risk Monitoring System of Cultural Heritage Site: A Case Study of the Grand Baoen Temple Heritage in Nanjing
    Jinyue (Luna) Zhang
  • Museological Treatment in a Brazilian Stained Glass of the Beginning of the 20th Century
    Mariana Wertheimer
  • Dealing with Death and Digital Assets: Crowdsourced Transcription of a Cemetery's Pre-existing Digital Surrogates During a Pandemic
    Thom Burns and Elizabeth Mauer Casner
  • Rehabilitation of Archaeological Historical Buildings, Applied on Sabil and School of Muhammad Ali in Gamalia, Which Dates Back to the 19th Century
  • Hany Elreweny
  • Preserving Heritage Preservation: A Website and Database for Exploring the Organization's History
    Madeline Hagerman and Rebecca A. Rushfield

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Wednesday, May 19 at 5:00 pm EDT
Partner Event: Getty Conservation Institute Virtual Lounge - Modern Architecture (Pre-Registration Required)

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To access this program, you must receive a confirmation email from the Getty Conservation Institute and use that link to access the session. You won’t be able to access the session through this meeting portal.

Join Chandler and Ana Paula for a conversation about the challenges of conserving modern architecture. Come and share your own experience with issues you have faced and solutions. If you have questions or are just curious about various aspects related to conserving modern architecture come and join the conversation. We look forward to talking with you.

What is the Virtual Lounge?

Join a Getty Conservation Institute host for a coffee break or happy hour (depending on your time zone) in the Virtual Lounge, every Wednesday during the conference for an informal conversation focused on a different theme.  There will be a limited number of participants so that everyone will have a chance to engage in a relaxed environment and meet some new colleagues. 

Registration and additional information about this week's topic:   https://getty.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIkduirqj0jH9183o-E9hMQwJXAZFwQjHN8

Thursday, May 20 at 12:00 pm EDT
SPNHC Session One - Specimen Spotlight

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Presentations in This Session

  • A Chance Encounter with a Coloring Book
    Amy Pool
  • A-Maizing Paper
    Susie Cobbledick
  • Hole-in-the-Water: Historic Preservation, Diving History, and the Creature from the Black Lagoon
    Amy Jones Abbe
  • Gold, Deforestation, and the Demise of a Wet Evergreen Forest in Nicaragua
    Amy Pool
  • The Deep Sea Comes to the MCZ
    Jennifer Trimble
  • Frozen in Time: Documenting the Spread of Potato Blight in New England on Tomatoes
    Michaela Schmull
  • Fossil Cephalopod Species Known from a Single Specimen
    Paul Mayer
  • Tunneling for the Future Reveals an Ancient Burrow (Thalassinoides)
    Patricia Coorough Burke
  • Initiating the Red Wolf Repository at Arkansas State University: Combining Old Techniques to Spark a New Conservation Program and Natural History Collection
    Kari Harris and Tracy Klotz
  • Exhibitor Experience: Axiell
  • Promoting Exhibit Access and Safety: A Collaborative Approach to Collections Care
    Samantha Snell

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Thursday, May 20 at 12:00 pm EDT
Book and Paper Session Five

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  • Defending the Diefenbunker's Murals: Conservation and Protection of Two Murals Displayed Three Stories Underground
    Kyla Ubbink and Sean Campbell
  • Exhibitor Experience: Prairie Paper
  • Conserving the Australian Characeæ Collection
    Briony Pemberton and Katy Glen
  • Exhibitor Experience: Hiromi Paper
  • From Book to Breechblock: A Preliminary Study of the Conservation of Waterlogged Paper Fragments from Site 31cr314, Queen Anne’s Revenge/La Concorde
    Emily Rainwater and Kimberly Kenyon

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Thursday, May 20 at 2:30 pm EDT
Current IMLS Funding Opportunities

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Current IMLS Funding Opportunities 

Thursday, May 20 at 3:00 pm EDT
Book & Paper Wiki Discussion Session

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Thursday, May 20 at 3:00 pm EDT
Archaeological Discussion Group (ADG) Business Meeting

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  • Archaeological Discussion Group (ADG) Business Meeting

Friday, May 21 at 12:00 pm EDT
Architectural Specialty Group (ASG) Business Meeting

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  • Architectural Specialty Group (ASG) Business Meeting

Friday, May 21 at 12:00 pm EDT
Library and Archives Conservation Discussion Group 2021: Priorities of the Past, Present and Future

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  • LACDG 2021: Priorities of the Past, Present and Future
    Amy Lubick and Lauren Telepak
  • Exhibitor Experience: NEDCC

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Friday, May 21 at 3:00 pm EDT
A Failure Shared is Not a Failure: Learning from Our Mistakes

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The goal of this event is to build a healthier culture within our profession that empowers us to speak openly about our mistakes and learn from one another. We encourage our colleagues to share their experiences to benefit our professional community and welcome a variety of topics, including treatment errors, accidents, miscommunications, and project management mishaps, as well as more systemic issues such as gender inequity or racism. As in past sessions, it’s sure to be fun, sad, educational, hilarious, and sobering all at once! This year, we will include a discussion session following the presentations that will provide a forum for viewers and participants to share their own experiences and reflections. In keeping with the 2021 meeting theme, we hope this will be an opportunity to collectively brainstorm how we can transform our individual thinking, workplace cultures, and profession with regard to accepting and learning from mistakes.