Thursday and Friday, November 9th and 10th, 2017

Escuela Nacional de Conservación, Restauración y Museografía "Manuel del Castillo Negrete"

9 am - 5 pm

Ties of Ancient Mexico - A Technique Employed by Pre-Columbian Cultures / Ana Julia Poncelis Gutiérrez, Escuela Nacional de Conservación, Restauración y Museografía "Manuel del Castillo Negrete" (ENCRyM) - Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH), Mexico

Designs in Cotton and Palm Leaf. Pre-Hispanic Funerary Bundle from Zimapán, Hidalgo State / Judith Gómez, Luisa Mainou, Coordinación Nacional de Conservación del Patrimonio Cultural - INAH, Mexico

Pre-Hispanic Mesoamerican Garments Made Out of Shell: A Proposal for Research and Conservation / María de Lourdes Gallardo Parrodi, Museo del Templo Mayor - INAH, Mexico

All That Glitters Is Gold: Metallic Embellishments on the Plume of Ancient Mexico / María Olvido Moreno Guzmán, Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico

Material Culture and Endurance: Feathered Textiles from the Gran Chaco / Silvana Di Lorenzo, Silvia Manuale, Museo Etnográfico de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Embroidery Textile Technology in Viceroy Times, Techniques and Materials / Ingrid Karina Jiménez Cosme, José Luis Ruvalcaba Sil, INAH - UNAM, Mexico

Palm Tree and Coconut Fibers in Noemí Ramírez's Contemporary Textile Art / Ana Lizeth Mata Delgado, Claudia María Coronado García, ENCRyM - INAH, Mexico

Shiny Surfaces – The Conservation of Cellophane and Related Materials / Elizabeth-Anne Haldane, Victoria and Albert Museum, UK

Manipulation of Early Plastics and the Variable Fabrication of Cellulose Acetate: Assessing Opposite Ends of the Spectrum of two Identical Belts Designed by Elsa Schiaparelli c.1938 / Leanne Tonkin, Adriana Rizzo, The Costume Institute - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA

Moving Embroidery – A Way to Preserve the Full Cultural Heritage of Chasubles in Use / Heidi Åberg, Studio Västsvensk Konservering, Sweden

Re-imagining Embellishment: The Conservation of Iris van Herpen’s Radically Engineered Surfaces / Sarah Scaturro, Leanne Tonkin, The Costume Institute - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA

Antebellum Ornament: The Conservation of the Butler Greenwood Parlor Furnishings at the New Orleans Museum of Art / Howard Sutcliffe, River Region Costume and Textile Conservation, USA

Digitally Created Katagami Stencils for Printing Textile Infills / Nancy Britton, Ann-Sofie Stjernlöf, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA

Topsy-Turvy Conservation: Consolidating and Wet Cleaning the Embellished Hangings from the Spangled Bed, Knole / Rosamund Weatherall, Claire Golbourn, National Trust Textile Conservation Studio, UK

Philadelphia’s Opulent Embroidery: The Study of a Needlework Painted Picture of the Philadelphia Museum of Art Collection / Martina Ferrari, Sara Reiter, Bernice Morris, Beth Price, Kate Duffy, Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA

Embellishing: The Truth / Denise Migdail, Asian Art Museum, USA

Research Study and Restoration of an 18th Century Court Dress from the National History Museum Collection / Laura Jazmín Solís Gómez, Museo Nacional de Historia - INAH, Mexico

Preserving the Process: The Conservation of Mid-production Resist-dyed Dutch Wax and Indonesian Batik Textiles / Bernice Morris, Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA

Problems in the Reintegration of Color into Textiles. The Example of a Rebozo (a shawl) from Tenancingo / Diana María Medellín Martínez, Museo del Templo Mayor - INAH, Mexico

Challenged by a Chasuble: Developing a Conservation Treatment Combining Paper and Textile Techniques / Lynn McClean, National Museums Scotland, UK

All that Glitters: Binders/Adhesives Found in Metallic Printed Textiles in the Collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art / Sara Reiter, Beth A. Price, Kate Duffy, Ken Sutherland, Andrew Lins, Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA



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