2016 Symposium Schedule

Final Schedule 

Friday, November 4

5:30-6:00pm      Registration

6-7pm                  Cocktail Reception

7pm                       Dinner at the Otesaga

Saturday, November 5

7-8:30am      Breakfast Buffet available

8:45am          Charter bus departs for Golden Artist Colors, New Berlin, NY

10-11:30am   Tour of Golden Factory and Sam and Adele Golden Artist Residency

11:30-12:15     Lunch on the 3rd Floor at Golden Artist Colors

12:15-1:15pm  Mark Golden and Golden R&D Staff Presentations

1:30-3:30pm  MRCG Presentations

CSI: Art Museum Investigations, David Miller, Chief Conservator and Senior Paintings Conservator, Indianapolis Museum of Art

The (Un)Intended Consequences of Documentation: Notes on a Case Study Over Three Decades, Cybele Tom, Assistant Objects Conservator, Art Institute of Chicago

An investigation into the use of plasma and rigid gellan gum for the removal of oxidized pressure-sensitive tape from works on paper containing highly soluble dyes, Stacey Kelley, Paper Conservation Fellow, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas

SILVERFISH! How to deal with the unthinkable, Jodie Utter, Conservator of Works on Paper, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas

Wax On, Wax Off: Two Case Studies on the Identification of Protective Coatings on Bronze Artworks, Morgan Nau, Associate Conservator of Objects, Indianapolis Museum of Art

An American Tale: Treatments and Tips from an American Reinstallation, Claire Winfield, Assistant Painting Conservator, Saint Louis Art Museum

3:45pm           Charter Bus departs for Otesaga Resort Hotel

5pm                Arrive at the Otesaga

7pm                Dinner at the Otesaga

Sunday, November 6

7-8:30am             Breakfast Buffet available

8:30-10:30am     MRCG Presentations

How Sheldon and Caroline Keck Became Famous, Why Caroline Was Sometimes Contentious, and the Curious Role of Sheldon’s Eyebrows, Jean Portell, Paintings Conservator (retired), New York

Conservation of Outdoor Bronze Surfaces Today, John Scott, Conservator of Art and Architecture and President, New York Conservation Foundation

Progress Report: Characterization of the Analine Dyes Used in the Colored Papers of Jose Guadalupe Posada’s (1852-1913) Prints Using Time of Flight-Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy (ToF-SIMS), Stacey Kelley, Paper Conservation Fellow, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas

Adventures with Grandma Moses: An investigation and treatment of Wood Interior (1940), Alexa Beller, Graduate Conservation Student, Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation

Moore Than Meets the Eye, Megan Emery, Chief Conservator and Senior Objects Conservator, Midwest Art Conservation Center, Minneapolis

10:30-11am          Coffee Break

11am-12:30pm    Business Meeting