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IMF2022 PRESENTERS

On Wings and a Prayer: Building the Mount for Archangel Michael

Adam Franchino

The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD. USA

Sagredo Overdoor

Andrew Estep

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY.  USA

Openable Photo Corners, an Improvement on the Standard Photo Corner

Annajean Hamel

Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA. USA

Reuniting Krishna and his Mountain at the Cleveland Museum of Art

Barry Austin, Arthur Beukemann, Philip Brutz, Beth Edelstein, Carlo Maggiora

The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH. USA

‘He Take Ngā Kōiwi E Rere Ai Te Manu’ - Even the Bird Needs Bones to Fly

Callum Strong

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand

Mounting and Framing the 20 Iconic Plates from ‘Jazz’ by Henri Matisse

Charlotte Park, Sarah Laing

The Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland

The irresistible attraction of the magnets and the large format work on papers: the experience of the Salce Collection National Museum in Treviso, Italy.

Claudia Giostrella, Valeria Arena Salce

Florence, Italy; Ministry of Culture, Italy

The Evolution of Traveling Exhibition Jewelry Mounts at Tiffany & Co. 2012 – 2018

Cortney Zusin

The Tiffany Archives, Tiffany & Co., Parsippany, NJ. USA

Artwork lead packing and storage

Demelza Watts

The Tate Gallery, London, UK

Re-displaying the Medicine Galleries at the Science Museum London

Elizabeth Campbell

Science Museum London, UK

The Reframing and Mounting of Ginevra De’ Benci for Exhibition

Eric Michael Tollefson

National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. USA

Considerations of Alternative Mount Designs for Three-Dimensional Objects

Erik Risser

Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA. USA

Mountmaking and the Mind’s Eye

Jamie Hascall

Hascall Consulting LLC, Seattle, WA. USA

Disrupting The View: Floating Plates and Uncovered Porcelain at the Harvard Art Museums

Jill Comer

Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA. USA

Hidden tricks and sword grips

Jo Dickinson

London, UK

A K-pop Pose for Tiny Clothes: Next Level Fosshape

Keira Miller

Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK

Between 2 carts

Laura McClure, Jen Simons

National Museum of American History, Washington, DC. USA ; Brigid Mountmaking, USA

Getting Bums on Seats: Displaying Costume on Seated Figures

Lauren Isles

Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK

Please Don’t Touch, A Crating Case Study

Paul Rimmer

National Galleries of Scotland, UK

Finding the point of balance between preventive conservation and the magic of precarious assemblages in the works of Manasie Akpaliapik

Pierre-Luc Brouillette, Annie Gauthier Long

Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, Quebec. Canada

Innovative Mountmaking with 3D Scanning and Digital Fabrication

Rene Gortat, Doug Young

Leerform, Brooklyn, NY. USA

Persia in Quarantine: Remote Mountmaking during a Pandemic

Richard Hards

Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA. USA

Supporting the World of Stonehenge

Sarah Choy, Ben Fox, Phil Jell

The British Museum, London, UK

Gridding our Loins

Shelly Uhlir, Jim Williams, Adam Bradshaw

National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC. USA; The Kent State University Museum, Kent, OH. USA; Miras Museum Solutions, Dearborn, MI. USA

How Do You Store a 450-lbs Tapestry Covered In Pins?

Simon Barron

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Mounting Oversized Photographs at Tate

Simon Philpott

Senior Conservation Technician (Paper and Photographs), The Tate Gallery, London, UK

Mock Dry Mounting: Wrap Mounting for Photos

Simon Philpott

The Tate Gallery, London, UK

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