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Call for papers--Forum for the Conservation and Restoration of Stained-Glass Windows

From: Lisa Pilosi <lisa.pilosi<-a>
Date: Saturday, March 29, 2008
Forum 2009 call for papers

First announcement and call for papers
Forum for the Conservation and Restoration of Stained-Glass Windows
New York
1-3 June 2009

The next Forum for the Conservation and Restoration of Stained-Glass
Windows will take place in New York from 1-3 June 2009.  The Forum
is being held under the auspices of the American Corpus Vitrearum
and the International Committee of the Corpus Vitrearum for the
Conservation of Stained Glass.

The three day Forum will consist of two full days of oral
presentations and poster sessions at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,
one of the world's largest and finest art museums.  Evening
receptions will be held at The Cloisters and in the newly renovated
Engelhard Courtyard, which will allow participants to view some of
the Museum's extensive holdings of European and American stained
glass.  The third day of the conference will be spent viewing
stained glass in situ in five Manhattan churches in the company of
local experts.  The day and the conference will end with a reception
at the National Arts Club, a landmarked building which also contains
significant installations of stained glass.

The conference is open to all interested stained glass
professionals, including conservators, conservation scientists,
architects, cultural heritage managers, art historians, students,
etc.  The venue is intended to provide an unprecedented opportunity
for experts from Europe and The United States to meet and share
their expertise and experience.

The theme of the Forum will be "The Art of Collaboration: Stained
Glass Conservation in the Twenty-First Century".  Papers should
present current topics in stained glass conservation, with special
consideration given to those which highlight the collaborative
process.  Possible topics include the transfer of technology across
disciplines or national boundaries in the manufacture of stained
glass; interdisciplinary approaches to the art historical and
technical study of stained glass; discussions of the impact of the
client on conservation decisions; etc. Papers may be offered in
English, French or German and will be published in the original
language.  Simultaneous translation will be provided at the
conference.

Proposals for presentations should include the author(s)'s name,
affiliation, mailing address, email address, a summary (maximum 500
words) of the proposed presentation, and an indication of whether
the proposal would be presented orally (maximum 20 minutes) or as a
poster. Proposals should be sent to Lisa Pilosi
<lisa.pilosi<-a t->metmuseum< . >org> no later than 9 May 2008.  Authors will
be notified in late June.  Full texts will be due in late September
and preprints will be distributed at the conference.  Accepted
authors are expected to attend the conference.

Details about the program, registration and accommodation will
follow. Recipients of this message are kindly requested to share it
with interested colleagues.


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