Thursday, March 30, 2000 
Location: Grand Ballroom A, Grove Park Inn

  • Keynote Address: Dr. Elizabeth Wayland Barber. "The Mummies of Chinese Turkistan"
  • Irena Calinescu and Cara Varnell. "The Resurrection of an American Film Star: the Beloved Cowardly Lion"
  • Nancy Buenger. "Wet With Blood: the investigation of Mary Todd Lincoln's cloak"
  • Sylvie François, Claude Brault and Mary M. Brooks. ''Mémoire Corporative. strategies in creating a theatrical costume collection while performing art"
  • Barbara Cases C. and Ana María Rojas Z. "Preventive Conservation: technically recording and making a reproduction of a late Chinchorro infant-mummy"
  • Nancy Odegaard, Mike Jacobs, Marilen Pool and Thomas Braun. "Threads And Treads: woven sandals from the Southwest"
  • Olga Negnevitsky and Tamar Schick. "Conservation And Study Of Four 6,000 Year-Old Textiles From The Judean Desert"

Friday, March 31

  • Sarah Foskett. "Are Yeez 'Appy: the framing and installation of banners for the Museum Of Scotland"
  • Joy Gardiner, Janice Carlson, Linda Eaton and Kate Duffy. ''That Fabric Seems Extremely Bright': non-destructive characterization of nineteenth century mineral dyes via XRF analysis"
  • Dilys Blum, Sara Lynn Reiter and Virginia J. Whelan. "The Ormerod Bedcover: research and treatment"
  • Jan Vuori, Debra Daly Hartin, Season Tse, Anne Maheux and Anne Ruggles. "Local Stain Removal from Océanie, la mer by Henri Matisse: the development of a reducing bleach technique using a suction disk, ultrasonic mister, and airbrush"
  • Robin Hanson. "Melding Eighteenth-Century Traditions with Twentieth-Century Technologies or Crèche Crisis Culminates in Christmas Collaboration"
  • Jennifer Barnett. "Dudok's Town Hall in Hilversum: the reconstruction of the interior textiles"
  • Judith Eisenberg and Harriett Irgang. "Shade of Faith: the conservation of a painted sukkah interior"
  • Susan Anne Mathisen and Costanza Perrone Da Zara. "Collaborating Overseas: the textile conservation project at Villa La Pietra"

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