WAAC Meeting

Timberline Lodge

Schedule for Oct. 5-7, 1998

Monday, October 5

9:15 - 9:30
Opening Remarks
John Griswold, President

9:30 - 10:00
"Conservation-related Database Design"
Chris Stavroudis
Paintings Conservator
Los Angeles, CA

10:00-10:30
"Architectural Conservation and Preservation-related Database Design"
Peyton Hall, AIA
Historic Resources Group
Los Angeles, California

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-11:15
"Digital Documentation at the Getty Conservation Institute"
Rand Eppich
Mitchell Bishop
Valerie Dorge
Chris Gray
Irene Sen
Getty Conservation Institute (GCI)
Los Angeles, California

11:15-11:45
"Large-Scale Project Management Considerations: a Case Study"
Dr. Duane Chartier
Conservart Associates, Inc.
Culver City, California

11:45-12:15
"The Conservation Condition Survey of the Walt Disney-Tishman Collection of African Art"
Mike Jusko
Collections Management Department
Walt Disney Imagineering
Glendale, California
John Griswold
Griswold Conservation Associates, LLC
Los Angeles, California

12:15-2:00 Lunch Break

2:00 - 2:30
"Information Sources for Conservators"
Mitchell Hearns Bishop
Virginia M. Funkhouser
The Getty Conservation Institute
Los Angeles, California

2:30-3:00
"Digital Imaging: Evaluation of Selected Hardware and Software for Conservation Documentation"
Timothy Vitale, Preservation Associates, Aptos, California

3:00-3:20
"A Filemaker Pro Database for Densitometry Data"
Theresa Andrews
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
San Francisco, California

3:20-3:45 Break

3:45-5:00
Computers and Conservators Discussion Session

5:00-5:15
"Employing a Temporary Mask for Sensitive Media"(Treatment of a Print by Jasper Johns)"
Antoinette Dwan
Sebastopol, California

Tuesday, October 6

9:00-9:30
"Moving the Getty Decorative Arts Collection and Conservation Department"
Brian Considine
Decorative Arts Conservation Department
The J. Paul Getty Museum
The Getty Center, Los Angeles, California

9:30 - 10:00
"Adjusters, Insurance, and Conservation"
Bob O'Connell, President
O'Connell International Fine Arts
Chicago, Illinois

10:00-10:30
"A Seventeenth Century Gown Rediscovered: Work in Progress"
Susan Schmalz
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Los Angeles, California

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-11:15
"Organic Carbonyl Pollutants: Past, Present and Future Work"
Cecily Grzywacz
Associate Scientist
The Getty Conservation Institute
Los Angeles, California

11:15-11:45
"For The Birds: Conservation Treatment of the Bird Hall Diorama Murals in the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History"
Chris Stavroudis
Paintings Conservator
Los Angeles, California

11:45-12:15
The Fox and the Saint: Two Non-Invasive Treatments for Polychrome Wood"
Maureen Russell
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Los Angeles, California

12:15-1:30 Lunch Break

1:30-2:00 Business Meeting

2:00-2:30
The Conservation Treatment of a Water Damaged Painting on Canvas: Conserving Guy Rose's 'Scattered Covey'"
Suzanne Friend
Conservart Associates, Inc.
Culver City, California

2:30-3:00
"Preparing for the Apocalypse: Using the Sequential Solvent Technique to Remove Tape Stains from Paper"
Shelly Smith
Portland, Oregon

3:00-3:30
Evaporation of Fatty Acids and the Formation of Ghost Images by Framed Oil Paintings".
Michael R. Schilling
David M. Carson
Herant P. Khanjian
The Getty Conservation Institute
Los Angeles, California

3:30-3:45 Break

3:45-4:15
"A Cross Cultural Information Exchange Project in conservation"
Marilen Pool, NEA Post Graduate Consevation Fellow
Nancy Odegaard, Conservator
Arizona State Museum - University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona

4:15-4:45
"Awesome Women, Salmon, and Way Cool Science: Volunteering for Science Education"
J. Claire Dean
Dean & Associates Conservation Services
Portland, Oregon

4:45-5:15
"'CON'servation OR Treatments at the Big House on the Prairie"
Jeanne Brako
Colorado Historical Society
Denver, Colorado

7:00-7:30 Reception

7:30-10:00 Banquet

Wednesday, October 7

9:00-9:30
"Aspects of Conservation of Works by Donald Judd"
Donna Williams
Los Angeles, CA.

9:30 - 10:00 "A Consideration of the Ethnobotany of Nopal (Opuntia spp) and Conservation Implications"
Mitchell Bishop
Virginia Funkhouser
The Getty Conservation Institute
Los Angeles, California

10:00-10:30
"A Short History of Twentieth-Century Photographers' Mounting Practices"
Laura Downey
Tucson, Arizona

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-11:15
"The Mill of Dunnydeer"
Jack C. Thompson
Thompson Conservation Lab
Portland, Oregon

11:15-11:45
"Mounting Solutions for Difficult Objects"
James Hascall
Hascall Museum Services
Seattle, Washington

11:45-12:15
"Yoruba Beadwork"
Jo Hill
Director of Conservation
The Fowler Museum of Cultural History
UCLA, Los Angeles, California

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