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Subject: WAAC Newsletter

WAAC Newsletter

From: Elizabeth C. Welsh <aaphw>
Date: Tuesday, December 22, 1992
The January 1993 WAAC Newsletter (Western Association for Art
Conservation) has just been published. This issue includes:

    Recaps of 22 presentations made at the 1992 WAAC Meeting, including
        extensive summaries of talks by Richard Wolbers, Anita Noennig,
        Chris Stavroudis, and Sharon Shore given during the Richard
        Wolbers seminar: "Cleaning Systems for Fine Art Surfaces"

    A feature article by Dennis V. Piechota titled, "Relative Humidity
        Control in Cases: Buffered Silica Gel versus Saturated Salt

    A profile of Denver's conservation community, written by Denver
        painting conservator Carmen F. Bria, Jr.

    "Cultural Aesthetics and Conservation in New Mexico," an article by
        Landis Smith, Claire Munzenrider, Bettina Raphael, and Keith
        Bakker based on their panel at the last WAAC Meeting.

    Discussion about protesting Colorado's Amendment 2: A letter from
        Glenn Wharton discussing boycotting Colorado, and a position
        statement from AIC Board President Paul Himmelstein.

    A lengthy Technical Exchange column, edited by Walter Henry,
        offering information on diverse topics from commercially-ground
        pigment in Acryloid B-72 binder, to formaldehyde-free
        fiberboard, to low-cost Macintosh software.

Single numbers of WAAC Newsletter, beginning with this issue, cost $10
postpaid.  An annual membership in WAAC costs $25 per year for an
individual ($30 overseas); $30 per year for an institution ($35

Elizabeth C. Welsh,
Editor 1213 West San Miguel Avenue,
Phoenix, Arizona  85013, U.S.A.

                  Conservation DistList Instance 6:34
                  Distributed: Sunday, January 3, 1993
                        Message Id: cdl-6-34-010
Received on Tuesday, 22 December, 1992

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