Subject: Conference: "The Artifact, its Context and their Narrative"
"The Artifact, its Context and their Narrative" ICOM-DEMHIST and ICOM-CC Joint Conference The Getty Center, Los Angeles November 6-9, 2012 Preliminary List of Speakers Last Chance to Register: https://www.uscarchitecture.com/demhist ICOM-DEMHIST, the international committee for historic house museums, and three ICOM-CC working groups Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration; Textiles; and Wood, Furniture, and Lacquer are presenting a conference from November 6-9, 2012 in Los Angeles. This four day conference will be co-hosted by the Getty Conservation Institute, the Getty Research Institute, the University of Southern California School of Architecture/Heritage Conservation Programs, and The Gamble House. Schedule: The conference will feature both the presentation of papers and the opportunity to go behind the scenes at a unique variety of local historic house museums, from Pasadena to Malibu. The schedule below is preliminary and may be subject to last minute changes. Tuesday, November 6, 2012 Keynote Lectures: Historical and Current Perspectives on the Care, Presentation, Interpretation and Use of Collections in Historic Houses Sarah Staniforth National Trust, United Kingdom Collaboration and Preservation: Historic New England and the Proactive Preservation Interpretation and Planning Process (PPIP) Julie Solz (with Carl R. Nold and Benjamin Haavik) Historic New England, Boston Papers: Conservation for Access Redux: narrative, Visitor Flow and Conservation Helen Lloyd (with Katy Lithgow, Siobhan Barratt, Emma Slocombe, Matthew Tyler-Jones) National Trust, United Kingdom Three Historic Houses, Three Conservation Approaches: Three Decades in the National Trust for Scotland. Clare Meredith (with Ian Gow) National Trust for Scotland Keeping it Real: The Relationship Between Curator and Conservator in Furnishing a Historic Interior Michele Phillips (with Deborah Lee Trupin, David Bayne, Eric Jackson-Forsberg) New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Bureau of Historic Sites Darwin Martin House, Buffalo, New York In Private Between Consenting Adults? Conservation, Curatorship and Creativity in Nine House Museums Kate Clark Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales Conserving and Presenting Brodsworth Hall: New Approaches for a Sustainable Future. Martin Allfrey (with Amber Xavier-Rowe) English Heritage, York "Inspired by Knole" Siobhan Barratt National Trust, United Kingdom, Knole Balancing the Preservation Needs of Historic House Museums and Their Collections Through Risk Management Irene Karsten (with Stefan Michalski, Maggie Case, and John Ward) Canadian Conservation Institute, Ottawa Environmental Management Challenges and Strategies in Historic Houses David Thickett (with Naomi Luxford and Paul Lankester) English Heritage The Huntington Gallery Rehabilitation Case Study Stephen Farneth (with Catherine Hess) Architectural Resources Group, San Francisco, and Huntington Art Gallery, San Marino, California Revealing Huntington's Japanese House: Cultural Authenticity and Historic Integrity: Conservation as the Foundation for Revitalization Kelly Sutherlin McLeod (with John Griswold) KSM Architects, Long Beach, and Griswold Conservation Associates, Los Angeles The Huntington, San Marino, California The Gamble House: Conservation, Preservation, and Interpretation of a Historic House Collection Anne Mallek (with John Griswold) The Gamble House, Pasadena, and Griswold Conservation Associates, Los Angeles Architecture as Artifact: Integrated Approach to Conservation of Finishes at the Gamble House Kelly Sutherlin McLeod (with John Griswold and Peyton Hall) KSM Architects, Griswold Conservation Associates, and Historic Resources Group, Pasadena Wednesday, November 7, 2012 Tour Day 1 will include visits to: Gamble House Fenyes Mansion (now the Pasadena Museum of History) Huntington Mansion (now the Huntington Art Gallery) and the Japanese House at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. Thursday, November 8, 2012 Keynote Lectures: The Narrative in Context: Building an Effective Decision-Making Model for Conservation Treatment for the Acton Collection at Villa La Pietra Deborah Lee Trupin (with Aimee Ducey-Gessner, Jean Dommermuth, Michele D. Marincola) Villa La Pietra, New York University in Florence House Museums Are Not All the Same: Understanding Motivation to Guide Conservation Linda Young Deakin University, Burwood Campus, Melbourne Papers: The Walls Can Speak: Understanding the Narrative of the Historic Interior As an Architectural Artifact Elsbeth Geldhof (with Roos Keppler) Keukenhof Castle, The Netherlands Glitter and Grunge: Preserving the Future of JW Evans, A Family Silverware Business Bethan Stanley (with Amber Xavier-Rowe, Nick Hill, Dr Sara Lunt, and Nick Molyneux) English Heritage, Atcham, Shropshire Lacquer Art of Martin Schnell's Workshop in the Collection of the Wilanaw Palace Museum Eryk Bunsch (with Anna Guzowska, Robert Sitnik) Wilanaw Palace Museum, Warsaw Lacquer in the Laundry: Behind the Scenes at "The Elms" Jeff Moore (with Maria Joao Petisca, Melissa H. Carr) Newport Mansions, Newport, Rhode Island Preserving and Maintaining a Fire- Damaged 18th Century Chinoiserie Interior by Adapting its Use and Function Edwin Verweij (with Henny Brouwer) Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU), Oslo, and The Government Buildings Agency (Rgd), The Hague Johann de Witt Huis, The Hague Conservation of a Collection of Eighteenth Century Lighting Fixtures in The Metropolitan Museum of Art Janis Mandrus (with Lisa Pilosi, Linda Borsch, Julia Day, Karen Abend) Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Frick Collection, New York; Karen Abend: Conservator, Catania, Italy Conservation Problems of Some Objects in the House Museum Francisco de Paula Santander, Colombia Maria Alejandra Garcia Fernandez, Bogota Museum Francisco de Paula Santander, Bogota Mrs. Gardner's Tapestry Room: A Floor to Ceiling Conservation Project Jessica Chloros (with Valentine Talland and Holly Salmon) Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston Kamaraj Memorial House in Virudhunagar, India: Journey of a House Museum of National Significance Back to its Historical Context Vinod Daniel (with Roger Beeston and Anthony Hemingway RBA Architects and Conservation Consultants) Wattle Grove, New South Wales; St.Kilda, Victoria Amerongen Castle: The House a Phoenix Nico H. van der Woude, Conservator, SRAL Maastricht Amerongen, The Netherlands The Winterthur Museum and Gardens, From Inside to Outside: Interpretation and Conservation Challenges Stephanie Auffret (with Gregory Landrey and Maggie Lidz) Winterthur Museum, Delaware Conservation and Environmental Monitoring Program of the Eames House by Charles and Raye Eames. Kyle Normandin Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles Will Rogers Ranch House: A Conservation Assessment Andrew Todd, Bowen Island, Canada and Rochelle Nicholas-Booth, Will Rogers California State Park, Los Angeles (presentation onsite Friday Nov 9, 2012) Friday, November 9, 2012 Tour Day 2 will offer a choice of visits: Option A: Eames House/Case Study House 8 Adamson House The Getty Villa and Conservation laboratories Option B: Will Rogers Ranch (Will Rogers State Historic Park) Villa Aurora The Getty Villa and Conservation laboratories Closing reception at the Marion Davies Guest House (now the Annenberg Community Beach Club) Please visit the website for a more detailed conference schedule including a list of speakers and papers to be presented. Registration fees: Conference registration will be limited to 120. Register early to avoid disappointment. Full event registration will include conference materials, tours (site admission, transportation, and lunch), and the opening and closing receptions. Lunch will be on your own for the two days at the Getty Center. Special thanks to ICOM for helping to defray the translation expenses. Invited Speakers, ICOM members: $400 Non-Members: $ 450 Students: $ 200 Single Day Registration Invited Speakers, DEMHIST, or ICOM-CC-members $125 Non-members $ 200 Students $ 60 We encourage you to join ICOM to qualify for the lower members' registration fee. For example, US nationals and residents may join ICOM-US at $125 and select ICOM-DEMHIST or ICOM-CC as your committee affiliation. For information about ICOM-US, visit <URL:http://network.icom.museum/icom-us/> For general information on ICOM membership see <URL:http://icom.museum/> Accommodations: We urge conference attendees arrange to stay in the recommended hotels in Westwood. Due to major construction on the 405 Freeway, access to the conference location at the Getty Center can be challenging and unpredictable. The Getty Center has graciously agreed to provide shuttle transportation for conference attendees from the Palomar Hotel, which is within walking distance of Hilgard House. Limited public transportation is available but is subject to change and delay by the freeway closures. Westwood, which is home to the University of California, Los Angeles, has many restaurants and cafes within walking distance of the hotels, providing alternatives that are less expensive than hotel dining. Conference rate rooms are available at: Hotel Palomar <URL:http://www.hotelpalomar-lawestwood.com> ($179/night + tax) Hilgard House <URL:http://www.hilgardhouse.com> ($154/single or $159/double + tax) Shuttle busses will transport attendees from these hotels to the Getty Center and to the tour locations. Guests who choose to stay at alternate locations will be responsible for securing their own transportation to the Getty Center (parking fee is $15/day) and for picking up the tour bus at the hotel on tour days. To access the conference rate, please mention the USC/The Artifact, its Context and Their Narrative *** Conservation DistList Instance 26:21 Distributed: Saturday, October 13, 2012 Message Id: cdl-26-21-018 ***Received on Wednesday, 10 October, 2012
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