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Subject: Call for participants--AIC Book and Paper Group tips session

Call for participants--AIC Book and Paper Group tips session

From: Emily Rainwater <erainwater<-a>
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014
Due to popular demand, the American Institute for Conservation (AIC)
Book and Paper Group (BPG) is bringing back another informative Tips
Session for the 2014 Annual Meeting in San Francisco.  The Tips
Session is scheduled for Friday May 30, 2014 from 8:45am until 10am.
We invite anyone with a conservation or preservation tip to
participate with preference given to those related to books, works
of art on paper, and/or archives.

Share tips about treatment, documentation, lab/studio set-up,
research, or any other aspect of your work as a conservator.  Tips
will be short (less than 5 minutes) and informal--a couple of
Powerpoint slides, a handout, or even just a few quick words. Tips
could include:

    A new technique, tool, or material you've been using for
    treatments

    Lab equipment you customized with some elbow grease and dollar
    store supplies

    A vendor you've discovered for hard-to-find gadgets

    Tips for managing the workflow of large projects

    A creative solution to an everyday problem

    Treatments that didn't go as planned or have you stumped

Don't miss out on this chance to share your hard earned knowledge
with your BPG friends and colleagues.  If you're interested in
contributing a tip, please contact me at erainwater<-a t->gmail< . >com by
March 31, 2014.

Emily Rainwater
Program Chair, AIC Book and Paper Group
State Archives of North Carolina
4614 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-4614
919-807-7330


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