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Presentations at NYU

From: Laura McCann <laura.mccann>
Date: Monday, November 5, 2007
BCNYC Event:

Intern Talks
New York University's Bobst Library
Avery Room, 2nd Floor
70 Washington Square South, New York
November 15, 2007
5:30-8pm

RSVP: laura.mccann [at] nyu__edu

RSVP is required to gain access to the Bobst Library. Please RSVP by
noon on November 14, 2007

Program:

    5:30pm-6:15pm:  Reception. Refreshments provided by New York
                    University Libraries

    6:15pm-6:30pm:  Mindell Dubansky
                    BCNYC upcoming events and announcements

    6:30pm-8pm:     Presentations

Jennifer Waxman, "Preserving New Media in Archival Collections: Lessons from
the Martin Wong Collection"

    Jennifer Waxman has her B.A. from Barnard College and her M.A.
    in History with a Certificate in Archival Studies from New York
    University. While a graduate student at NYU, Jennifer interned
    at both the NYU Barbara Goldsmith Preservation and Conservation
    Laboratory and the University Archives at the American
    University in Cairo, Egypt. She has assisted on archival
    projects at the Tamiment/Wagner Labor Archives and worked
    full-time as the Archival Coordinator at the American University
    in Cairo. Currently, she is the Project Archivist at the Museum
    Archives of the Museum of Modern Art.

Fletcher Durant
"Into the Wild? A Summer of Conservation of Historic
Newspaper/Wallpaper in Skagway, Alaska"

    Fletcher Durant is a third-year graduate student at the
    University of Texas' Kilgarlin Center for the Preservation of
    the Cultural Record.  He is currently interning at the New York
    Public Library's Barbara Goldsmith Conservation Lab. Before
    returning to school, he undertook pre-program work at the
    Library of Congress, Wesleyan University, and the Smithsonian
    Institution Archives.

Mary Oey
"A Case Study on Paint Consolidation during the Rebinding of Morgan
Library and Museum MS M. 365"

    Mary Oey is a recent graduate from the Conservation Center and
    Institute of Fine Arts at NYU where she was a student of
    Margaret Holben Ellis. Through independent studies with Alexis
    Hagadorn and with Laura McCann, she expanded her focus to
    include books and completed her fourth-year internship in part
    at the Herzog August Bibliothek in Germany and with Maria
    Fredericks and Frank Trujillo at the Morgan Library and Museum.
    Currently she is working at the Morgan Library on a special
    digitalization project of the music manuscripts.

Angela Campbell
"Waiter, Waiter, My Menu's Burning!"

    Angela Campbell is currently a second-year conservation student
    at Buffalo State College. She worked for four years at the Frick
    Collection prior to enrolling at Buffalo State and worked as a
    pre-program intern at the Sherman Fairchild Center for Works of
    Art on Paper at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Angela spent
    this past summer as a conservation intern at the New-York
    Historical Society where she worked on a large collection of
    menus that had been badly damaged in a fire.

Laura McCann
Conservation Librarian
Barbara Goldsmith Preservation and Conservation Department
New York University Libraries


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