Day Two Presentations
Tuesday, October 27th

 

Early Session 2-4 pm ET

Intro Speakers: BJ Farrar, The Getty Center and McKenzie Lowry, The Getty Villa, Los Angeles, California, USA

 

“Mount Fixtures for Donald Judd Sculpture”
Tim Skornia, Saint Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri, USA

 

“Mounting Isamu Noguchi’s One Ton Sculpture, The Seeker Sought”
Vincent Avalos, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, California, USA

 

“Shaking Not Stirred”
Ted Gardeline and Monica Shah, Anchorage Museum, Anchorage, Alaska, USA

 

Panel Discussion: “Earthquakes and Mounts” 

Vincent Avalos, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, California, USA; BJ Farrar, The Getty Center, Los Angeles, California, USA; Ted Gardeline, Anchorage Museum, Anchorage, Alaska, USA; Richard Hards, The Getty Villa, Los Angeles, California, USA; Jamie Hascall, Mountmaking Focus Studio, Seattle, Washington, USA; McKenzie Lowry, The Getty Villa, Los Angeles, California, USA; Mark Mitton, The Getty Center, Los Angeles, California, USA; Monica Shah, Anchorage Museum, Anchorage, Alaska, USA

 

Tour 415-445 pm ET
MFA-Boston: Virtual Mount Shop Tour
Brett Angell, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

 

Poster Presentation 445-500 pm ET

“Herculaneum Tripod and Ivory Fragments: A Visible Mount and Reversible
Conservation Support”

Richard Hards and Jessie Arista, J. Paul Getty Museum, Pacific Palisades, California, USA

 

Late Session 5-7 pm ET

“Digital Fabrication in the Museum Space”
Adam Bradshaw, Smithsonian Institution, National Air and Space Museum,
Washington, DC, USA

 

“3D Technology for the Making of Replicas and Mounts”

Bebay Gonzalez, Auckland War Memorial Museum, Auckland, NZ

 

“Displaying a Leather Back Turtle Amongst a Sea of Rubbish”

Tom Beeston, Auckland Museum, Auckland, NZ

 

After Party 7-8 pm ET

Come talk with presenters, mountmakers and allied colleagues in an informal setting.

Space is limited, so be sure to register for this free event!

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