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Gerry Hedley Student Symposium

From: Adelaide Izat <adelaideizat>
Date: Saturday, March 24, 2001
19th Annual Gerry Hedley Student Symposium 2001
McCrumm Lecture Hall
Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge
Monday June 4, 2001
Registration Deadline: May 9. 2001

Papers given by students from the University of Northumbria,
Hamilton Kerr Institute, Courtauld Institute and the Royal College
of Art/Victoria and Albert Museum.

Cost: UKP13.00 Students
      UKP15.00 Others
      Lunch and reception included)
      Cheques should be made payable to 'The Whittlesford Student

Times: 9-9:30 Registration
       9:30-5:30 Symposium
       5:30-7:30 Reception in the Parker Room

The following papers will be presented:

    Two Hundred Years of Blues
    Meta Chevannes (Hamilton Kerr Institute)

    The Function and the Production of the 'Sibyls and Prophets'
    Frieze in Chastleton House, Oxfordshire (National Trust)
        Sharon Tager (Courtauld Institute)

    Issues in the Conservation of Large Paintings
    Lisa Elbers (Courtauld Institute)

    The Problems and Properties of a Coated Paper Object
    Abigail Cooper (University of Northumbria)

    The Examination and Conservation of 'A Bride', an Oil Painting
    on Panel, Utilising a Gold Leaf Ground
    Britta New (University of Northumbria)

    The Removal of Cellotape on Paper Using Solvent Gels
    Dagna de Cornulier (Courtauld Institute)

    The Society of Arts 19th Century Trial Paintings: A Survey of
    the Surviving Paintings, with an Investigation of the Materials
    and Techniques of a Sample Group
    Clare Richardson (Courtauld Institute)

    The Materials and Techniques of Walter Richard Sickert 1860-1942
    Nancy Wade (Courtauld Institute)

    An Investigation into the Application and Aesthetics of Asphaltum
    Adelaide Izat (Hamilton Kerr Institute)

    Seurat and the Evolution of Neo-Impressionism: An Examination of
    the Artist's Materials and Techniques in the Works of the
    Courtauld Collection

    Kate Stoner (Courtauld Institute)

    Authentic Fiction, Fabricated Facts
        Ricard Sundstrom and Angie Geary (Royal College of
    Art/Victoria & Albert Museum)

There is an opportunity to visit the Hamilton Kerr studios on
Tuesday 5th June at 10.30 a.m. Please notify when registering.

For registration forms or any further information, please contact:

    Devi Ormond <deviormonda [at] hotmail__com> or
    Tiarna Doherty <tiarnadoherty [at] yahoo__com>

Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge,
Whittlesford, Cambridge, CB4 3AN
+44 1223 832 040

                  Conservation DistList Instance 14:50
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Received on Saturday, 24 March, 2001

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