Day Four Presentations
Thursday, October 29th


Early Session 2-4 pm ET

Intro Speaker: Jamie Hascall, Mountmaking Focus Studio, Seattle Washington, USA


“What Your Mountmaking Mama Never Told You”

Erika Johnson and Jen Simons, Brigid Mountmaking, USA


“A Reimagining: Returning the Lost Ornaments to Robert Adam’s Table at the Metropolitan Museum of Art”

Jody Hanson, Freelance Mountmaker, Buffalo, New York, USA;  Nick Pedemonti, American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York, USA


“The Chair That Wouldn’t Fall Over”

Brett Angell, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, USA


“Buttons and Magnets: A Mountmaker’s Journey”
Laura McClure, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American History, 

Washington, DC, USA


“Looking at Magnetic Cleaning Pads for Exhibit Display Cases”

Gwen Spicer, Spicer Art Conservation, LLC, USA; Yadin Larochette, Tru Vue, USA

Panel Discussion: “Magnets: Safety, Storage, Handling, Tools, and Coatings”

Gwen Spicer, Spicer Art Conservation, LLC, USA; Pierre-luc Brouillette, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Québec, CA; Laura McClure, National Museum of American History, Washington, DC, USA


Poster Presentation 445-500 pm ET

“Golden Mummies of Egypt”

Zoë Lanceley, Freelance Conservator, UK


Late Session 5-7 pm ET

A Clear View From Above. View-top Jar Lids for the Exhibition of Fluid

Preserved Specimens”

Ian Hart, Natural History Exhibit Preparator, San Francisco, California, USA


“You Can Stick It: Tips on the Use of Lascaux 303 for Temporarily Securing Museum Objects
on Display”

Sebastian Denize, Neeha Velagapudi and Emily Fryer, Canterbury Museum,

Christchurch, NZ


“Remote Mountmaking and Virtual Couriering: A Case Study”

Philip Brutz, Robin Hanson, Elizabeth Saluk, Kristen Windmuller-Luna, Cleveland Museum
of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, USA; 
Renée Stein, Bruce Raper, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA


Closing Remarks 

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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