Annual Meeting

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2006 WAAC Annual Meeting

Tucson, AZ
October 20-22, 2006

Schedule of Events

Tuesday, October 17 - Friday, October 20

Spot Test Workshop, co-sponsored by WAAC and AIC, hosted by the NPS Western Archaeological and Conservation Center (WACC). Space is limited; registration required. Please see separate information sheet/registration form for details.

Friday, October 20

Tour of Western Archaeological and Conservation Center, 3 - 5 pm No charge but reservations required.
Open House, Heritage Conservation Science Program, Department of Material Science and Engineering, University of Arizona 5:00 - 6:00 pm
Opening Reception, Avedon Exhibition, Center for Creative Photography, 5:30 - 8:00 pm
WAAC Opening Reception , Arizona State Museum, ticket required; 5:00 - 7:00 pm

Saturday, October 21, 2006
WAAC Annual Meeting Presentations, Auditorium of Center for Creative Photography, 9 am - 5 pm. Registration opens in CCP lobby at 8:30 am
WAAC Dinner Buffet, El Charro Cafe, ticket required; 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Sunday, October 22, 2006

WAAC Annual Meeting Presentations, Auditorium of Center for Creative Photography, 9 am - 5 pm. Lobby open to conference attendees at 8:30 am.

A variety of area attractions are suggested on your own time before or after the meeting.


Traveling in the American West
Sylvie Penichon

Preliminary in situ conservation of late pre-classic Maya wall paintings and architectural features in Las Pinturas, San Bartolo, Guatemala
Angelyn Bass Rivera, Leslie Rainer, and William Saturno

Re-tracing the Long Old Road in China: Conservation and Museum Ethics at the Fogg Art Museum, 1921-1933
Sanchita Balachandran

Saving Grand Canyon river running history: one boat at a time
Brynn Bender

Anatomy of a Collection Move
Jennifer Alcoset, David Dolim, Lisa Forman, Margaret Kipling, Caroline Kunioka

Documentation Synthesis of the Watts Towers
David Wessel, Katherine Untch, and James Cocks

The Community of Biofilms on Rock Surfaces: Conservation Implications
Mary-Lou Florian

Working on mold from Louisiana in Southern California
Bev Perkins

After the University of Hawai'i Library Flood: FEMA and Treatment of Maps & Aerial Photos
Lynn Davis

The Southwest Pottery Project: Surveys, Storage, Rehousing, and Treatment at the Arizona State Museum
Chris White, Nancy Odegaard, Teresa Moreno, Marlien Pool, Margaret Kipling, Julie Unruh

Assessing Mechanisms of Granite Decomposition: A Cemetery Case Study
Caitlin O'Grady

Hand-Held Conductivity Probe Prototype: Measuring Soluble Salt Content on Ancient Ceramics
Lesley D. Frame, Iva Segalman, Chris White

The Removal of Arsenic and Mercury from Materials used for Artifacts
Peggi S. Cross

Supercritical carbon dioxide (scCO2) extraction of Pesticides from simulated museum artifacts
Teresa K. Moreno, Werner Zimmt, Nancy Odegaard, Rachael A. Turner, Bo Xie, Anthony J. Muscat and Mark R. Riley

The Use of Antibodies for the Identification of Proteins in Artists' Materials
Arlen Heginbotham, Victoria Millay, and Michael Quick

Reading a Pueblo Pot: What We Can Learn from the Conservator's Visual Examination Landis Smith

Conservation and Installation of the Stanton MacDonald Wright Murals from the Santa Monica Library
Susanne Friend and Duane Chartier

Solvent Gels: Insights into Carbopol Gel Formulation with the Modular Cleaning Program
Chris Stavroudis

Wax Sculpting Hot Tools
Bev Perkins

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