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Subject: WAAC Annual Meeting

WAAC Annual Meeting

From: Molly Lambert <lambert>
Date: Sunday, September 12, 2004
Western Association for Art Conservation (WAAC)
2004 Annual Meeting
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Saturday-Monday, October 2-4, 2004

WAAC, the Western Association for Art Conservation, is a nonprofit
membership organization for professional conservators. WAAC was
founded in 1975 to bring together conservators practicing in the
western United States to exchange ideas, information and news. WAAC
offers an annual conference an the thrice-annual Newsletter.

Typically, each meeting has about one hundred attendees and consists
of two and one half days of papers fifteen to twenty-five minutes in
length. WAAC is informal in nature with an emphasis on information
sharing and collegiality.  Below is a list of papers currently
scheduled for the meeting. For further information visit
<URL:> or contact WAAC President
Molly Lambert <lambert [at] there__net>

    Mitchell Hearns Bishop
    Conservation and the Work of the Light and Space Artists

    Rachel Burch
    Archaeological Site and Historic Ruins Protection--Reburial
    Techniques and Shelters

    Scott Carrlee
    Repairs on Ethnographic Objects using Abalone Veneer (Tip)

    Tony Chavarria
    Structural Fills: Preservation and Conservation in a Museum of
    Living Anthropology

    Tania Collas
    Microenvironments for Pyrites and other Unstable Minerals

    Tania Collas and Vicki Gambill
    Earthquake Strapping for Collections

    Paula De Cristofaro
    Once Upon a Mattress: Conservation Challenges Presented by the
    Treatment of a Painting Executed on a Vinyl Mattress.

    Kristy Jeffcoat and Camilla Van Vooren
    An Investigation into the Tradition of Applied Decoration to
    Spanish Colonial Paintings

    Marianne Klaus, J. Plitnikas, R. Norton, T. Almazan, and S.
    Preliminary Results from a Survey for Residual Arsenic on the
    North American Ethnographic Collections at the Field Museum

    Dale Kronkright
    New Mexican Spanish Colonial Painted Hides: Ecclesiastical and
    Decorative Arts in 16th-18th Century New Mexico.

    Chela Metzger
    Maximum Strength Relief: a Case Study for Reattaching Large
    Heavy Cover Boards in Rare Book Conservation.

    Andrea Morse, Rosa Lowinger, and Tracy Lucero
    Preliminary Report: The Conservation of Helen Lundeberg's mural
    History of Transportation

    Claire Munzenrider
    The Conservation of four colonial altar screens located in the
    church of Nuestra Senor de Esquipulis, Chimayo NM

    John Murphey
    The Route 66 Preservation Program

    New Age Conservation Group
    Healing the Whole Object: New Age Conservation in Santa Fe

    Sherelyn Ogden
    Cultural Considerations in Caring for American Indian Objects

    Steven Prins
    A Mounting System for Double-sided Paintings (Tip)

    Paulette Reading and Heather Nielsen
    A Team Approach: Two African Masks from a Conservation and
    Education Perspective

    Angelyn Bass Rivera and Larry Humetewa
    Carved in the Cliffs: Conserving the Cavates and Removing
    Graffiti at Bandelier National Monument

    Victoria Montana Ryan
    A Tale of Two Murals

    Pam Skiles
    The Volvo and Xavier Martinez: A Conservation Tale

    Landis Smith
    Questions in Mimbres Ceramics Analysis: Integrating Conservation
    with Archaeological Inquiry

    Chris Stavroudis
    Using the Modular Cleaning Program

    Mina Thompson
    Mexican Mayolica:  Investigations into the Puebla Blue-on-White

    Francisco Uvina
    Preservation of the San Esteban del Rey Mission in Acoma Pueblo

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:15
               Distributed: Wednesday, September 15, 2004
                       Message Id: cdl-18-15-009
Received on Sunday, 12 September, 2004

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