Virtual Class: Enzymes and the Reduction of Stains & adhesive residues from uncoated surfaces

We are delighted to announce another IAP Virtual seminar with Matthew Cushman.

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Enzymes and the reduction of stains & adhesive residues from uncoated surfaces

Date: Thursday, 5 May 2022
Time: 3pm BST
Tutor: Matthew Cushman
Price: £25.00
Platform: Zoom
Registration: Eventbrite

This IAP Virtual seminar will consist of a 55 minute presentation followed by 15 minutes of discussion and questions.

This seminar will be of particular relevance to paper and textile conservators in its exploration of the use of enzymes in conservation cleaning applications. Topics to be discussed include: a summary of key scientific concepts; enzyme selection; adjustment and control of aqueous solution parameters for the optimization of enzyme activity; and delivery methods.

 

Matt Cushman is Conservator of Paintings and Affiliated Assistant Professor at the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, where he teaches fundamentals of paintings conservation and the application of scientific principles in conservation practice. His research interests include novel materials for the cleaning of painted surfaces, structural treatment of easel paintings, and the techniques and materials of early American painting.

For more information please visit our website
Please register on Eventbrite

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72nd Annual International Microscopy Conference in Chicago on Tuesday Sept. 20 - Friday Sept. 23rd, 2022.

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Related Links:

American Institute for Conservation

        www.culturalheritage.org

    McCrone Research Institute
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     State Microscopical Society of Illinois
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Please stay safe !!

Wear your mask and let us know how you are! We are in this together!

        Chicago Conservation News:

Rachel Sabino has an interesting article on

• "It broke: Dispatch from a Homeschooling Conservator".

Other topics of Art Inst. of Chgo articles:

• "The Secrets of a Mummy Emerge" by Arico, McIlvaine, and Tom

• "Nighthawks as Hope" A Curator Muses on Edward Hopper & Crisis" by Oehler

• "Conservation: The Dilemma of Extending Life" by Molina

See all at: www.artic.edu/articles

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Our Past CACG Meetings:

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To see Frances Willard's Bio or history background ; go to "CACG Meetings" Frances Willard meeting flyer or to their website:

www.franceswillardhouse.org

Photos and description of our visit to the Frances Willard House Museum is now available for viewing. Click on "Frances Willard Museum visit" under Photo Gallery.

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Check out photos from our most recent tour of the Ed Paschke Art Center meeting.

Under Photo Gallery / "Ed Paschke Art Center tour"

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 Photos from our visit to the Field Museum's "Behind the Scenes" meeting. Under Photo Gallery / Field Museum's "Behind the Scenes".

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Also you can see a video of "Undressing a Mannequin Timelaspe":

https://facebook.com/fieldmuseum/videos/2594811600546436