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Subject: Conference on toning

Conference on toning

From: Clare Hampson <clare>
Date: Tuesday, April 4, 2000
Toning Materials for Conservation
Tate Gallery
June 5-6, 2000

The Institute of Paper Conservation is organising a meeting on
Toning Materials for Conservation to be held at the Tate Gallery,
Millbank, London on the 5th and 6th June, 2000.  Delegate fees will
be UKP160 for IPC members, and UKP180 for non-members.  This fee
includes delegate fee for both days including tea, coffee and lunch.
Accommodation is not included.  Please contact the Institute of
Paper Conservation if you need further details by faxing +44 1886
833688 or by e-mailing information [at] ipc__org__uk

Provisional Programme

Monday 5th      June
10-11:15        Registration-Notices-Introduction
11:15-11:45     Dyestuffs and their appropriateness for different
                    Annemette Bruselius Scharf
                    School of Conservation, Copenhagen

11:45-12:15     An overview of methods and materials used for
                colouring backing papers in the Organic Artifacts
                    Barbara Wills
                    British Museum, London

12.15-12:45     The practicalities and aesthetics of retouching

                    Jane McAusland

12:45-14        Questions and lunch

14-14:30        The technique of applying fibre-reactive dyes to
                Japanese paper for the repair of 3-D paper objects,
                and the use of 3-colour chart

                    Ruth Norton
                    Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, Leiden

14:30-15        Perspectives on image re-integration:  a look at the
                highly subjective topic of image re-integration  and
                the cultural, ethical and practical parameters which
                determine its practice

                    Jean Brown
                    University of Northumbria, Newcastle

15-15:30        The use of Cartasol K direct dyes in paper

                    David Jacobs and Barbara Rogers
                    British Library, London

15:30-16        Tea

16-16:30        Matching 19th-century paper for leaf-casting

                Lorraine Finch
                Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stratford-on-Avon

Tuesday 6th June
10-10:30        Registration-Notices-Introduction

10:35-11-05     Colour co-ordinated: the physics of seeing

                    Bob Child
                    National Museums and Galleries of Wales, Cardiff

11:05-11:35     Mellow Yellow:  Japanese brown and yellow dyes plus
                black and indigo, and how the Japanese apply them
                to paper and silk

                    Sandra Grantham and Pauline Webber
                    V&A Museum, London

11:35-12:05     Toning papers using washing extract

                    Piers Townshend
                    Tate Gallery, London

12:05-13:35     Questions and lunch

13:35-14:05     Toning reconstituted parchment

                    Andrea Pataki
                    Staatliche Akademie der bildenden Kunste,

14:05-14:35     The use of leather dyes for vegetable-tanned and
                alum-tawed skin

                    David Dorning
                    West Dean College, West Dean

14:35-15:05     The use of an airbrush in toning paper and parchment

                Lien Gyles
                    Public Record Office, London

15:05-15:35        Tea

15:35-16:05     The use of acrylic for toning linen in book

                    Sarah Bunn
                    Camberwell, London

16:05-16:35     The use of colouring media for the localised
                coloration of support fabrics in order to camouflage
                areas of loss in textile conservation

                    Kim Theusing
                    Textile Conservation Centre, Winchester

16:35-17        Questions and close of conference

Tina Boyle
Institute of Paper Conservation
Leigh Lodge
Worcester  WR6 5LB
Great Britain
+44 1886 832323
Fax: +44 1886 833688

                  Conservation DistList Instance 13:50
                 Distributed: Wednesday, April 5, 2000
                       Message Id: cdl-13-50-005
Received on Tuesday, 4 April, 2000

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