The following is a PROVISIONAL schedule of the papers to be presented at the upcoming WAAC meetings in Portland, Oregon, October 6th - 9th, 2002.

Please note, these times and the order of presentations may change before the meeting dates. We cannot guarantee that the schedule will be exactly as described below.

Thank you.

Sunday, October 8th
5.00pm - 7pm Opening reception, PICA.

Monday, October 7th.
Papers to presented at the Portland Art Museum

9.00 Welcome

9.15 Robert Gamblin
TITLE: Gamblin Conservation Colors, Their Development and Technical Notes

9.45 J. Claire Dean
TITLE: Creating Easy to Use Site Monitoring Programs for Rock Image Sites in South Africa.

10.15 Nicolas Dorman
TITLE: The Conservation Department at Seattle Art Museum

10.45 - 11.15 BREAK

11.15 Niccolo Caldararo
TITLE: A Preliminary Report on the Removal of Fungus from Slides.

11.45 James Harrison
TITLE: Unsanctioned Works in an Unimportant Place: The Painted Columns of the Lovejoy Ramp

12.15 - 2.00 LUNCH

2.00 Gail Joice
TITLE: Museum Insurance and Risk Management: Post 9/11/01

2.30 Tania Collas, Allyson Lazar
TITLE: Sampling Strategies and Testing Procedures for Identifying Arsenic and Mercury Pesticide Residues on Collection Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

3.10 - 3.40 BREAK

3.40 Robert Krueger
TITLE (provisional): Portland's Regional Arts and Culture Council

4.10 Jack Thompson
TITLE: Mill of Dunnydeer: the Saga Continues

6.30 - onwards Annual Banquet and Silent Auction, Montage Bistro

Tuesday, October 8th Papers to presented at the Portland Art Museum

9.10 Announcements

9.15 Matthew F. Crawford
TITLE: Getting Away from Wood: Low Cost Alternatives to Wood and Wood-based Products in Collections.
AUTHORS: Jude Southward, Conservator, Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS)
Cheri A. Jones, Curators of Mammals, DMNS
Matthew F. Crawford, Conservator, DMNS Robert Akerley, Special Projects Coordinator, DMNS

9.45 Susanne E. Friend
TITLE: Conservation of Relocated "Immovable Works": Preservation at What Cost?

10.15 Mitchell Hearns Bishop
TITLE: Suzanne Briet: Mother of conservation documentation?

10.45 - 11.15 BREAK

11.15 Catherine Hayes
TITLE: Carbon Dioxide Cleaning of a Granite Base
AUTHORS: Andrea Morse and Catherine Hayes


12.15 - 2.00 LUNCH

2.00 Christeen Taniguchi, Amanda Black
TITLE: The Conservation of Damien Hirst's Still Pursuing Impossible Dreams
AUTHORS: Rosa Lowinger, Christeen Taniguchi, and Amanda Black

2.30 John Griswold
TITLE: Investigation and Treatment of a Stone and Adobe "Kiva" Structure at Natural Bridges National Monument.

3.00 - 3.30 BREAK

3.30 Molly Lambert
TITLE: Charlie Brown, Snoopy and Friends: The Early Years.

4.00 Tamsen Fuller
TITLE: The treatment strategy for the Ram Caught In The Thicket, from the Great Death Pit of the Royal Cemetery at Ur, Iraq.

7.30 - onwards The Care of Objects and Places of Cultural and Family Value, public outreach event, Powell's Books on Hawthorne

Wednesday, October 9th Papers to presented at the Portland Art Museum

9.00 Andrea Totten
TITLE: Laponite Residues on Paper and Parchment

9.30 Jamie Hascall
TITLE: Supporting an Abstraction: Design and Fabrication of a Support Mount for a Jean Dubuffet Sculpture.

10.00 Albrecht Gumlich

10.30 - 11.00 BREAK

11.00 Donna Williams
TITLE: Conducting Conservation Reviews for Public Art Projects

11.30 John Kjelland
TITLE: The Charles M. Russell Hearse: It Ain't No Skunk Wagon

12.00 Jonathan Taggart, Nancy Thorn
TITLE: Restoration of Emanuel Fremiet's "Joan of Arc", Portland, Oregon

2.30 Guided tour of Gamblin paint factory (there will be a drawing of names from the attendee list to fill the limited places on this tour)

3.00 Guided tour of Michael Curry studios

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