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ETHICS

2023: Kirralee Robinson. 2023. What Does an Ecofeminist Mount Look Like? Implications of Ecofeminism in Contemporary Collections Management. Article in [scroll], a journal by the student conservators at melbourne. Volume 3, November 2023: p 66-72.

2020: Tom Beeston. 2020. Displaying a Leather Back Turtle Amongst a Sea of Rubbish. Presented at the 7th International Mountmakers Forum (IMF2020) virtual conference.

2018: Vincent Avalos. 2018. Mounting the Crucified Christ Without Nails, Using Techniques of Stage Magic to Safely Mount a Figure Floating Off the Wall. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK 

2018: Earl Lock. 2018. Invisible Mounts: Mounting a Collection of Native American Artefacts. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK

2013: McKenzie Lowry. 2013. Exploring Process and Design for Visually Unobtrusive Object Mounts.  Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 51 (1): 59-67.

2010: Margot Brunn and Joanne White. 2010. Animal mounts – How Realistic Do They Need to Be? Poster presented at the IMF 2nd Biennial Conference, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC USA.

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