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SOFT SOLUTIONS and MANNEQUINS

2018: Victoria and Albert Museum. 2018. Making V&A’s Frida Kahlo Mannequins. 2018. YouTube accessed March 22, 2019.

2018: Allan Alverez. 2018. Piña-Seda: Pineapple and Silk Cloth from the Tropics. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2018: Philip Brutz. 2018. Cleveland Museum of Art "Y" Mount for Garments. Poster presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2018: William Donnelly. 2018. Double-Sided Textile Mount. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2018: Becky Doonan. 2018. Hold on to your Hats! Developing Time Efficient, Adaptable Internal Mounts for the Storage of Headwear in Museum Collections. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2018: Rachael Lee. 2018. Art and Dress: Mounting the Wardrobe of Frida Kahlo. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2018: Deborah Phipps and Katie Jeffs. 2018.  How to Mount 133 Square Metres of an Eighteenth Century Flag. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2017: Sherrie Eatman. 2017. Out on a Limb: the Fosshape Revolution. V&A Blog post accessed March 22, 2019.

2016: Rachael Lee. 2016. Mounting a Tahitian Mourner’s Costume. Poster presented at the IMF 5th Biennial Conference, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH USA.

2016: Shelly Uhlir. 2016. Examination of Three Mannequins from the Circle of Dance Exhibition at NMAI-NY. Poster presented at the IMF 5th Biennial Conference, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH USA.

2016: Jim Williams. 2016. How to Make a Fosshape Dress Form. YouTube video of a workshop presented at the IMF 5th Biennial Conference, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH USA.

2014: Robin Hanson, Carlo Maggiora, Philip Brutz. 2014.  Media: Wari Tunic Mount Poster. Poster presented at the IMF 4th Biennial Conference, New Mexico History Museum, Santa Fe, NM USA.

2014: Steven Sciscenti. 2014.   Baskets and Hats Storage Mounts. YouTube video of a paper presented at the IMF 4th Biennial Conference, New Mexico History Museum, Santa Fe, NM USA.

2013: Cynthia Amnéus and Marla Miles. 2013. “A Method for Invisibly Mounting Costume Using Fosshape.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 51 (1): 3-14.

2013: Luba Dovgan Nurse. 2013. “A Support Mount Made from Nomex Card for Storage and Three-Dimensional Display of an Incomplete and Fragile 19th-Century Straw Bonnet.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 51 (1): 77-84.

2013: Shelly Uhlir. 2013. “Mounting Multiple-Piece Ensembles for an Exhibit of Plains, Plateau and Great Basin Attire at the National Museum of the American Indian.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 51 (1): 99-116.

2012: Penny Angrick.  Rib Form for Maori Cloaks. Poster presented at the IMF 3rd Biennial Conference, The Field Museum, Chicago, IL USA.

2012: Jim Williams. 2012. Dancing Pants! Articulated Mannequins (Legs only) for Katharine Hepburn Costumes. Poster presented at the IMF 3rd Biennial Conference, The Field Museum, Chicago, IL USA.

2010: Gordon Lambert. 2010. A Beginner’s Mannequin: Museum Action Figure or Crash Test Dummy? Paper presented at the IMF 2nd Biennial Conference, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC USA.

2010: Naomi Abe. 2010. An introduction to cost effective techniques for the creation of costume mounts and mannequins: The Hidden Lead Pellet Technique. Poster presented at the IMF 2nd Biennial Conference, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC USA.

2010: Mair LaTouche. 2010. New Mannequin Design for Fragile & Hard-to-Handle Parkas. Poster presented at the IMF 2nd Biennial Conference, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC USA. Click here for abstract.

2008: Shelly Uhlir. 2008. Working with People Real and Fabricated: Complexities and Solutions for Mannequins with Mounted Accessories at the National Museum of the American Indian. Paper presented at the IMF 1st Biennial Conference, The Getty Villa, Malibu, CA USA.