April 5, 2002 
Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Modern Materials in Costume collections: A Collaboration between Scientist and Conservator
Chris Paulocik, Costume Institute, Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA
R. Scott Williams, Canadian Conservation Institute, Canada

Characterization of Silk Deterioration
Paul Garside, Department of Chemistry, University of Southampton, UK
Paul Wyeth, Textile Conservation Centre, University of Southampton, UK

Iron Gall and the Textile Conservator
Katherine Barker, Textile Conservation Workshop, USA

Studies on a Korean Painted Silk Banner: Identification of Layer Structure, Binding Medium, and Pigments
Mika Takami, Textile Conservation Centre, University of Southampton, UK
Paul Wyeth, Textile Conservation Centre, University of Southampton, UK

Chemical Finishes on Indigo-dyes Cloth: Characterization of Miao and Miao-related Costume from Guizhou, China
Lauren Chang, Textile Conservation Centre, University of Southampton, UK
Paul Wyeth, Textile Conservation Centre, University of Southampton, UK

A Fault in the Thread?  Examining fibers Taken from Laces of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
Angharad Rixon, Australia

Analysis of Soiling and Trace Contaminants of the Star-Spangled Banner
Fenella G. France, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian, USA
Suzanne Thomassen-Krauss, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian, USA
Alberto Nuñez, U.S. Department of Agriculture, USA
William N. Marmer, U.S. Department of Agriculture, USA

Characterization and Evaluation of a Synthetic Fabric: A Flag Study
Lorena Román, Escuela Nacional de Conservacion Restauracion y Museografia (ENCRyM), Mexico
Nicolas Gutiérrez, ENCRyM. Mexico
Abner Gutiérrez, ENCRyM. Mexico
Fernando Sánchez Guevara, ENCRyM. Mexico
Claudia del Fuente, ENCRyM. Mexico

The Ardabil Carpet and Other Interesting Collaborations
David Howell, Historic Royal Palaces, Hampton Court Palace, UK
Chris Carr, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, UK
Barry Knight, Collections Conservation, English Heritage, UK

April 6, 2002
 
Location: Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

Keynote Address: Science, Conservation Science, Conservation Research, Conservation: Where do the Conservator and Scientist Meet?
Dr. Judith H. Hofenk de Graaff, The Netherlands

Wash Water Quality Requirements for Textile Conservation: An Over view of Canadian Conservation Institute Research
Season Tse, Canadian Conservation Institute, Canada

Tapestry Cleaning: Characterization and Removal of Soils
Kathy Francis, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, USA

The Identification and Removal of Deodorants, Antiperspirants, and Perspiration Stains from White Cotton Fabric
Melanie Sanford, University of Rhode Island, USA
Margaret Ordoñez, University of Rhode Island, USA

Beneath the Surface: Salt Movement in Archaeological Textiles
Glenna Susan Marsh-Letts, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Samuel B. Adeloju, University of Western Sydney, Australia

An Investigation of the Effects of Borohydride Treatments of Oxidized Cellulose Textiles
Maj G. Ringgaard, The National Museum of Denmark, Denmark

Conservation of the Wright Flyer III: Serendipity and Substantiation
Deborah Bede, Stillwater Textile Conservation Studio, USA

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