Day Three Presentations
Wednesday, October 28th

 

Early Session 2-4 pm ET

Intro Speaker: Robin Hanson, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

 

“Stephen Jones Hats: A Pragmatic Approach to Mounting 160 Objects in 30 Days”
Jamie Robinson and Ania Golebiowska, Zenzie Tinker Conservation, Brighton, UK

“Waist-ing Away: Developing a Hanging Waist Support System for Safe Costume Storage”

Becky Doonan, freelance textile conservator, Maastricht, NL

“Hang in There! Fashioning Storage Mounts for Costume”

Ann Coppinger and Alison Castaneda, Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, New York, USA

 

“Overcoming the Challenges of Mounting a 39 foot long Painted Textile with a Magnetic Mounting System”

Gwen Spicer, Spicer Art Conservation, LLC, USA; Tim Harriss, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, USA

 

Tour 415-445 pm ET

Mountmaking Focus Studio: Virtual Shop Tour

Jamie Hascall, Mountmaking Focus, Seattle, Washington, USA

 

Poster Presentation 445-500 pm ET

“Paper Hair and Paper Maché: Mounting Two Korean Headpieces at the Victoria and Albert Museum Using Paper Materials”

Andrea Goldstein, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA 

 

Late Session 5-7 pm ET

Mannequin Focus “Now you see me, now you don’t”

Institutional Solutions
    Part 1 “Mannequins at NMAI: An Ongoing Conversation”
    Emil Her Many Horses and Shelly Uhlir, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of the      American Indian, Washington, DC, USA

    Part 2 “Mannequin Matters at Kent State University Museum”
    Sara Hume and Jim Williams, Kent State University Museum, Kent, Ohio, USA

    Part 3 “Anchorage Museum Mannequin Evolution” 
    Sara Owens, Anchorage Museum, Anchorage, Alaska, USA

Now You See Me....
    Part 1 “Mannequins For Real People: Historic Vs. Contemporary” 
    Lara Flecker, V&A Museum, London, UK

    Part 2 “A Mannequin Is Converted”
    Brett Angell, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

...And Now You Don’t
    Part 1 “Mount for a Riding Habit”     
    Sam Gatley, Te Papa Museum, Wellington, NZ    

    Part 2 “Animated Forms” 
    Mair La Touche, Benchmark, Rosemont, New Jersey, USA

    Part 3 “There Are Two Sides to Everything”
    Heidi Swierenga, The University of British Columbia, Museum of Anthropology, British          Columbia, CA

    Part 4 “Mounting a Queue of Human Hair for an Exhibit on Discrimination: A                    Mountmaking Story” 
    Ian Hart, Natural History Exhibit Preparator, San Francisco, California, USA
 

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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