2000 ANAGPIC26

The 26th Annual Conference of the Association of North American Graduate Programs in Conservation (ANAGPIC)

The Smithsonian's Museum Conservation Instutute was the proud host of the 26th Annual Conference of the Association of North American Graduate Programs in Conservation held on 27-29 April 2000 at the S. Dillon Ripley Center of the Smithsonian Institution.

Harvard University Art Museum, Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies
Molly McNamara: Technical Examination of Ancient Greek Helmets in the Harvard University of Art Museums
Friederike Zimmern: Kandinsky's Winter Landscape: A Question of Authenticity

New York University, Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts
Meghan Goldmann: Examination of Early Andy Warhol Hand-Colored Lithographs
Sandra Sardjono: Detection of Hidden Infestation by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR)

Queen's University, Art Conservation Program
Dulce Maria Grimaldi: New Research on the Technique of the Mural Paintings at Templo Mayor Archaeological Site of the Aztecs
Scott Gerson, Heather Hendry, and Bonnie MacLean: 10,000 Fragments: Piecing Together a 19th-Century Wall Map

Smithsonian Center for Materials Research and Education, Furniture Conservation Training Program
Jon Brandon: The Specialized Framing Technology in the Undercarriage of Preindustrial American Windsor Chairs

State University College at Buffalo, Art Conservation Department
Betsy Geiser: Barbie's Great-Great Grandmother: A Study of the Manufacture and Materials of Queen Anne Style Dolls
Sara Shpargel: Photo Buttons on the Mend

University of Delaware, Winterthur Museum, Art Conservation Department
Ellen D. Tully: Your Objects Don't Dance and Your Paintings Don't Rock and Roll: Storage Solutions for Earthquake Prone Areas
Holly Salmon: Samurai Kote: Research and Treatment of Flood Damaged Armor Sleeves

University of Texas at Austin, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Preservation and Conservation Studies
Tara Kennedy: Spectrofluorometric Examination of Ball Point Inks - A Preliminary Analytical Study
Jennifer Hain: Collections Conservation in a Natural History Museum Library: Preserving Oversized Journals