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ANAGPIC 2011 Student Papers
Presented at the 2011 Annual Student Conference hosted by the
Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation

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Presentations

Kristen Watson Adsit (pdf), The Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University An Attractive Alternative: The Use of Magnets to Conserve Homer by John Chamberlain

Gregory Bailey (pdf), Art Conservation Department, Buffalo State College
About Time: Analysis and Treatment of a 17th-Century Clock

Tatiana Cole and Steven O’Banion (pdf), Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
Speaking with the Artist: A Holistic Approach to Preserving Art

Elizabeth Drolet (pdf), UCLA/Getty Master's Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation
Time, Erosion and Earthen Architecture: Documenting the Effectiveness of Protective Shelters for Mud-Brick Structures

Emily Hamilton (pdf), Art Conservation Department, Buffalo State College
The Analysis and Treatment of Food Artifacts: A Sugar Paste Wedding Cake Topper and President Grover Cleveland’s Wedding Cake

Ellen Moody and Steven O'Banion (pdf), Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
Digging through Plaster, Wax and Celluloid: The Second Excavation of an Ancient Mesopotamian Bull

Robin Ohern (pdf), UCLA/Getty Master's Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation
On the Surface: A Cultural and Scientific Analysis of the Applied Surface from Two West African Kòmò Masks

Kristin Robinson (pdf), Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
The Treatment and Technical Study of a Painted Crucifixion by Lorenzo di Bicci

Conference Posters

Tasia Bulger (pdf), Queen’s University
The Rupture of Mont St. Hilaire: Instrumental Analysis to Discover the Causes of Deterioration

Maki Ikushima (pdf), Queen’s University
A Study of Varnish Coatings for Contemporary Murals in Canada

Nicole Ledoux (pdf), UCLA/Getty Master's Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation
An Investigation of Loss Compensation Materials for the Conservation of Coiled Basketry

Dawn Lohnas (pdf), UCLA/Getty Master's Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation
Characterization and Analysis of a Likely Kipu from Northern Chile

Ellen Promise (pdf), Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
Replicating Missing “Lanthorn” Panes: Another Use for the Versatile Melinex®

Cindy Lee Scott (pdf), UCLA/Getty Master's Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation

 

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Photo Credit: Figure 11: Before treatment x-radiograph of a Mesopotamian metal relief of a recumbent bull from the Penn Museum, Moody and O'Banion paper, Digging through Plaster, Wax and Celluloid: The Second Excavation of an Ancient Mesopotamian Bull.

 

The 2011 student paper participants were Gregory Bailey, Emily Hamilton, Ariel O'Connor, Louise Orsini, Kristen Watson Adsit, Kristin Robinson, Robin Ohern, Elizabeth Drolet, Amber Harwood, Hai-Yen Njuyen, Tatiana Cole, Ellen Moody, Steven O’Banion

 


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