• Pressure Mounting Textiles for Display. Thea Peacock and Monique Pullan (The British Museum)
  • Mounting a Teepee Liner for Exhibit. Shirley Ellis (Private Practice)
  • A Possible Solution to the Rug Pad Dilemma. Steven Pine (Museum of Fine Arts, Houston) and Joy Gardiner (H.F. Dupont Winterthur Museum)
  • A Sleeper of a Support System: Using a "Rope Bed" to Create a Slanted Mount for Temporary Exhibit of a Large Flag. Deborah Lee Trupin (New York State Bureau of Historic Sites - Peebles Island), Dennis Farmer (Old Fort Niagara Association), and Kim Yarwood (Castellani Museum)
  • Mannequins for Navajo Textile Display. Susan Heald (National Museum of the American Indian) and Gwen Spicer (Private Practice)
  • "Wedding Belles". Jane Holland (Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation, Toronto) and Linda Berko (London Regional Art and Historical Museums)
  • King's Privy Chamber Throne Canopy, ca. 1700, Hampton Court Palace. Val Davies (Hampton Court Palace)
  • The Influence of Disaster Recovery on Reinstallation of Historic Wall Coverings. Deirdre Windsor (American Textile History Museum)
  • Conservation of Costume for "In Royal Fashion": Time Management for a Large Project With a Small Staff. Barbara Heiberger (Museum of London)
  • Examples of Stabilization and Display of Fragile Textiles for Museums. Vera Vereecken (Institut royal du patrimoine artistique -Brussels)

Congreso Anterior

Textiles engalanados...

Ciudad de México, 2017


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