An ecological alternative to dry-cleaning of historical textiles

Karla Castillo Leyva

Mexico

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Big banners, tight spaces: Storage solutions at the Hispanic Society of America 

Joy Davis, Janet Lee, Kirsten Schoonmaker

Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), New York Historical Society, FIT

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Hanging Around: Unobtrusive display solutions for working clothes in the Barbara Hepworth Studio 

Stella Gardner, Alison Lister ACR, Abigail Tyler

Textile Conservation Limited, UK

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Costumes on the move 

Sarah Gates, Anne Getts

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, USA

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When mobility is the cause of damage: The conservation of a 1950’s handbag 

Zoë Lanceley, Karen Thompson

Private Practice, Centre for Textile Conservation and Technical Art History, University of Glasgow, UK

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Traditionally ornamented 17th century woolen shawl: Research, conservation and reconstruction 

Jana Libiete, Indra Saulesleja, Indra Tuna, Irita Zeiere

National History Museum of Latvia, Latvia

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Rotation Ready 

Denise Migdail, Courtney Helion

Asian Art Museum San Francisco, USA

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The freezer limbo: How low should it go and for how long should it stay? 

Sara Reiter

Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA 

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Migration of dyes in archaeological textiles from wet sites 

Maj Ringgaard

National Museum of Denmark, Denmark

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I have a gel, and I know how to use it! An examination of the working properties of agarose gels in textile conservation 

Emma Schmitt

USA

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Supporting double-sided trade banners: How rare earth magnets allow for both sides to be viewed

Gwen Spicer

Spicer Art Conservation, LLC, USA

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Reaping the Benefits: Conserving a Countryman’s Smock for Community Use 

Abigail Tyler, Megan De Silva

Textile Conservation Limited, Monmouthshire Museum Service, UK

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Muscogee beaded bandolier bag: Moving from shoulder to storage, from conservation to display 

Cathleen Zaret

National Museum of the American Indian, USA

 

 

 

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