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in reparation for the Stoppard quote

After all that hoopla over a joke that misfired, my friend Lisa Jones sends
this note for those who want to belly up to a good conservation symposium
of their favorite kinda art.

>Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 17:12:59 -0500 (EST)
>X-Sender: ljones@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Mime-Version: 1.0
>To: artifex@xxxxxxxxxxxx
>From: ljones@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Lisa Jones)
>Subject: in reparation for the Stoppard quote
>Modern Art: Who Cares?  An international symposium on the
>conservation of modern art will be in Amsterdam from September
>8-10, 1997.  The three-day program will consist of lectures, a
>round-table discussion, a directors' forum, an exhibition,
>seminars and a concluding discussion with audience participation.
>It will be at the Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen, and is
>being coordinated by the Foundation for the Conservation of
>Modern Art / Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage.
>Further information available from Dionne Sille, Gabriel
>Metsustraat 8, 1071 EA Amsterdam; tel +31 20 / 673 51 62; fax +31
>20 / 670 08 20; e-mail modart@xxxxxxxxx
>Lisa Jones
>Department of Manuscripts and Archive
>The Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center
>UT Austin
>vox (512) 471.9113 / fax (512) 471.2899

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