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Conference on architectural paint research in building conservation--addendum

From: Jenn Cappeto <jcappeto>
Date: Saturday, November 17, 2007
3rd International Conference on Architectural Paint Research
January 17-19, 2008.

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There is still time to register for the 3rd International
Architectural Paint Research Conference before the registration fee
increase (effective December 1, 2007).

This conference provides a chance for architects, architectural
historians, conservators, craftspeople, decorative painters, museum
professionals, scientists and anyone working with historic
architectural finishes to discover the breadth and depth of the
field. You will get the chance to meet and have a dialogue with
people working in this field internationally, to learn current
methods of analysis and research and to understand how the use of
the research is evolving. This is an opportunity that should not be

To register please access the conference web site at

A list of papers to be presented is included below. Please visit the
conference web site for the conference schedule.

    "Color and Design for the Masses: The Evolution of Paint
    Catalogs and Design Tools"

        Jennifer Kearney, Architectural Conservator, Jablonski
        Building Conservation, Inc., New York, NY, USA

    "Copal Resin and the Practice of Oil-Varnishing in the Second
    Half of Nineteenth-Century America"

        Andrew Fearon, Architectural Conservator, Milner and Carr
        Conservation, LLC, Chadds Ford, PA, USA

    "Glizt and Glam: Theatrics in the Historical Finishes of Timothy

        Katherine Petrin, Katherine Untch, Kitty Vieth and James
        Cocks, Architectural Resources Group, San Francisco, CA, USA

    "Historic and Decorative Finishes of Virginia City, Montana: The
    Doctor Daems and Corbett Residence Case Study"

        Jeff McDonald, Montana Heritage Commission, Virginia City,
        MT, USA

    "Layers of Misunderstanding"

        Jon Braenne, Research Scientist and Paintings Conservator,
        Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU),

    "Merging Modern Technology and Traditional Craft in the
    Reproduction of Historic Wallpapers and Ornament at the Grand
    Opera House, Meridian, Mississippi"

        Chris Mills, Architectural Conservator, EverGreene Painting
        Studios, Inc., New York, NY, USA

    "Modern Materials and Tradition: Decorative Craftsmanship in the
    Twenty-first Century"

        Lori Wilson, Application Specialist, Golden Artist Colors,
        Inc., New Berlin, NY, USA

    "More than Just Glass: Tiffany's Decorative Paint Finishes"

        Jennifer Cappeto, Associate, Higgins Quasebarth and
        Partners, LLC, New York, NY, USA

    "New Exterior Paint Discoveries at Colonial Williamsburg"

        Natasha Loeblich, Paint Analyst, Colonial Williamsburg
        Foundation, Williamsburg, VA, USA

    "Options for Design Compensation in Historic Wallpapers"

        T.J. McClintock, Studio TKM Ltd., Conservation of Fine and
        Historic Works on Paper, Somerville, MA, USA

    "Paint Analysis and the Montpelier Restoration"

        Gardiner Hallock, Director of Architectural Research, The
        Montpelier Foundation, Orange, VA, USA; and Mark Wenger,
        Architect, MCWB Architects, Williamsburg, VA, USA

    "Paint Research and Communication"

        Line Bregnhoi, Paint Researcher/Paintings Conservator,
        National Museum of Denmark; and Mads Chr. Christensen, Head,
        Conservation Analytical Laboratory, National Museum of
        Denmark; Copenhagen, Denmark

    "The Paint System and Decorative Painting at the Templers Colony
    Sarona in The Holy Land 1871-1947"

        Shay Farkash, ICOMOS Israel, Chairman of the Wall Painting
        Committee Member of the Society for Preservation of Israel
        Heritage Sites, Paint Brushes Manufacturer, Tel-Aviv, Israel

    "Painting Williamsburg"

        Edward Chappell, Director of Architectural Research,
        Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Williamsburg, VA, USA

    "Paints for Concrete: 1870-1960"

        Norman Weiss, Adjunct Associate Professor, Columbia
        University; Senior Scientist, Integrated Conservation
        Resources, Inc.; Vice President of MCC Materials, Inc.; New
        York, NY, USA

    "The Period Rooms in the Wrightsman Galleries at The
    Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York"

        Mechtild Baumeister, Conservator, Metropolitan Museum of
        Art, New York, NY, USA

    "The Qing Dynasty Painted Architectural Decoration at Shuxiang
    Temple, Chengde"

        Lori Wong, Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, CA,

    "The Red Coast of Northern Norway"

        Tone Olstad, Conservation Section Head, The Museum of
        Cultural History, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway

    "Relining and Gel-cleaning: History and Application of
    Traditional and Modern Methods in the Conservation of Painted
    Surfaces in the Lodge of Retirement in The Forbidden City"

        Liu Chang, Associate Professor of Architectural History
        School of Architecture, Tsinghua University,  Beijing, China

    "Restoring the Colors of Thomas Jefferson: Beyond the Colors of

        Frank Welsh, President, Welsh Color and Conservation, Inc.,
        Bryn Mawr, PA, USA

    "Royal Festival Hall"

        Patrick Baty, Papers and Paints, Ltd., London, England

    "Stenton and Mount Pleasant: Revisiting the Finish Histories of
    Two of Philadelphia's Most Treasured Eighteenth-Century Houses"

        Peggy Olley, Mellon Fellow in Furniture Conservation,
        Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, USA

    "Wallpaper Through the Ages from the Collection of Architectural
    Investigation Group, Latvia"

        Laura Luse, The Architectural Investigation Group, Riga,

    "White Lead: It has a past but does it have a future?"

        Colin Mitchell-Rose, Consultant on Traditional Paint,
        Edinburgh, Scotland

    "'with the edge of Goose-Quill feather'"

        Helen Hughes, Historic Interiors Research and Conservation
        Unit, English Heritage, England plus a Keynote Address by
        Willie Graham of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Jennifer Cappeto
Planning Committee Member
3rd International
Architectural Paint Research Conference

                  Conservation DistList Instance 21:31
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Received on Saturday, 17 November, 2007

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