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BIG MOUNTS

2018: Arianna Bernucci and Matt Fair. 2018. Teaching Old Bone New Tricks: The Dismantling and Re-Mounting of the NHM's Blue Whale Skeleton. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK

2018: Deborah Phipps and Katie Jeffs. 2018.  How to Mount 133 Square Metres of an Eighteenth Century Flag. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

 

2018: Frederick Sager. 2018. You're Not Getting Enough Fiber: Exploring the Use of Carbon Fiber to Support a Seventh Century Hollow Core Buddha Sculpture for Transport and Exhibition at the Freer/Sackler Gallery in Washington, DC. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2016: Vincent Avalos. 2016. The Effects of Harmonics: The Challenge of Mitigating Seismic Forces on Colossal Sculpture. YouTube video of a paper presented at the IMF 5th Biennial Conference, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH USA.

2016: Philip Brutz. 2016. A Mount for a Royal Persian Tent. YouTube video of a paper presented at the IMF 5th Biennial Conference, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH USA.

2016: Samantha Springer and Dario Gasparini. 2016. Cleveland Maya Stela: Art, Conservation, and Engineering. YouTube video of a paper presented at the IMF 5th Biennial Conference, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH USA.

2016: Jason Webster. 2016. Mounts for a Haus Tambaran (Men’s Spirit House) 20’ Lintel, Papua New Guinea. YouTube video of a paper presented at the IMF 5th Biennial Conference, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH USA.

2013: Susanne Gansïcke, Pamela Hatchfield, Jean Louis Lachevre, Craig Uram, and Dante Vallance. 2013. “New Mounting Systems Provide Mobility for Two Ancient Objects at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston”. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 51 (1): 27-45.

2013: Mark Mitton and Adrienne Pamp. 2013. “Cast Bronze Mounts for Temporary Exhibitions at the J. Paul Getty Museum.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 51 (1): 69-76.

2012: Phil Fraley. 2012. Mountmaking for the Fossil Called "SUE". Paper presented at the IMF 3rd Biennial Conference, The Field Museum, Chicago, IL USA.

2012: Earl Lock. 2012. A Mount for Lyuba (40,000 yr. old baby mammoth) for the Mammoth and Mastodon Exhibit at the Field Museum. Paper presented at the IMF 3rd Biennial Conference, The Field Museum, Chicago, IL USA.