ICOM-CC/Getty International Program participants.

Conference Program

FRIDAY 8 September

9:00 to 9:20
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
In situ non-invasive study of paint layers on Early Netherlandish paintings: new insights into the paintings’ history by portable CXRF
In situ non-invasive study of paint layers on Early Netherlandish paintings: new insights into the paintings’ history by portable CXRF
Katharina Müller (Ina Reiche)
chair: Lynn Lee
room: CONGRESS HALL
THEORY AND HISTORY + LEGAL ISSUES IN CONSERVATION
The impact of Paul Philippot on the theory and history of conservation/ restoration
The impact of Paul Philippot on the theory and history of conservation/ restoration
Joyce Stoner + Muriel Verbeeck
chair: Hélia Marçal
room: HARLEKIN
ART TECHNOLOGICAL SOURCE RESEARCH
Exploring the late 19th century landscape of ink manufacturing in 90 bottles
Exploring the late 19th century landscape of ink manufacturing in 90 bottles
Birgit Reissland
chair: Jilleen Nadolny
room: PIERROT
WET ORGANIC ARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIALS
Development and use of a diver held underwater wood tester
Development and use of a diver held underwater wood tester
Poul Jensen (David Gregory)
chair: Emily Williams
room: BLOMSTERSALEN
NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTIONS
An investigation into the lightfastness of metal-complex solvent dyes for use in the restoration of faded taxidermy and fur
An investigation into the lightfastness of metal-complex solvent dyes for use in the restoration of faded taxidermy and fur
Julia Sybalsky
chair: Lucie Mascord
room: BALLONSALEN
9:30 to 9:50
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
Influence of manufacturing and alteration on skin-based artefacts characterized by nonlinear optical microscopy
Influence of manufacturing and alteration on skin-based artefacts characterized by nonlinear optical microscopy
Laurianne Robinet
chair: Lynn Lee
room: CONGRESS HALL
THEORY AND HISTORY + LEGAL ISSUES IN CONSERVATION
Past treatments with a view to the future: Early twentieth-century restoration and scientific investigation of the Eight Group Portraits by Frans Hals in Haarlem
Past treatments with a view to the future: Early twentieth-century restoration and scientific investigation of the Eight Group Portraits by Frans Hals in Haarlem
Mireille te Marvelde
chair: Hélia Marçal
room: HARLEKIN
ART TECHNOLOGICAL SOURCE RESEARCH
Nineteenth century cochineal lake pigments from Winsor & Newton: the what, the how and the why
Nineteenth century cochineal lake pigments from Winsor & Newton: the what, the how and the why
Tatiana Vitorino
chair: Jilleen Nadolny
room: PIERROT
WET ORGANIC ARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIALS
Any one for a nice cup of tea? The use of bacterial cellulose for conservation of waterlogged archaeological wood
Any one for a nice cup of tea? The use of bacterial cellulose for conservation of waterlogged archaeological wood
Yvonne Shashoua (David Gregory)
chair: Emily Williams
room: BLOMSTERSALEN
NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTIONS
Bridge over Olduvai Gorge: capacity building and conservation of lithics and fossils
Bridge over Olduvai Gorge: capacity building and conservation of lithics and fossils
Renata F. Peters
chair: Lucie Mascord
room: BALLONSALEN
10:00 to 10:20
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
X-Ray Computed Tomography in-situ? Yes, it is possible!
X-Ray Computed Tomography in-situ? Yes, it is possible!
Maria Pia Morigi
chair: Lynn Lee
room: CONGRESS HALL
THEORY AND HISTORY + LEGAL ISSUES IN CONSERVATION
Changing views, altering practices – a brief overview of two hundred years of paintings conservation at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
Changing views, altering practices – a brief overview of two hundred years of paintings conservation at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
Esther van Duijn
chair: Hélia Marçal
room: HARLEKIN
ART TECHNOLOGICAL SOURCE RESEARCH
‘The Might of White’: formulations of titanium dioxide-based oil paints as evidenced in archives of two artists’ colourmen, mid-twentieth century.
‘The Might of White’: formulations of titanium dioxide-based oil paints as evidenced in archives of two artists’ colourmen, mid-twentieth century.
Alan Phenix
chair: Jilleen Nadolny
room: PIERROT
WET ORGANIC ARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIALS
Identifying and assessing damage by and monitoring emissions from PEG treated wood at the Mary Rose Museum
Identifying and assessing damage by and monitoring emissions from PEG treated wood at the Mary Rose Museum
Sarah Hunt
chair: Emily Williams
room: BLOMSTERSALEN
NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTIONS
Conservation versus genetics. Challenges of conservation planning for historic herbaria
Conservation versus genetics. Challenges of conservation planning for historic herbaria
Magdalena Grenda-Kurmanow
chair: Lucie Mascord
room: BALLONSALEN
10:30 to 11:00 TEA/COFFEE/POSTER SESSIONS
Scientific Research POSTERS
Ultramarine as influenced by pigment preparation
Ultramarine as influenced by pigment preparation
Alessa Gambardella
Art Technological Source Research POSTERS
'A drop or two'; Late medieval recipes on the use of resins and varnishes in paints
'A drop or two'; Late medieval recipes on the use of resins and varnishes in paints
Indra Kneepkens
Natural History Collections POSTERS
Conservation of archaeological bone for research purposes: Human remains from Avery’s Rest archaeological site - a case study
Conservation of archaeological bone for research purposes: Human remains from Avery’s Rest archaeological site - a case study
Irene Finkelde
Wet Organic Archaeological Materials POSTERS
Mass treatment of waterlogged rubber gaskets and seals from the American submarine H.L.Hunley 
Mass treatment of waterlogged rubber gaskets and seals from the American submarine H.L.Hunley
Johanna Rivera
Scientific Research POSTERS
Visualizing the invisible – Detection of the inorganic surface coatings on TiO2 pigments, inside a paint film, by TEM-EDX mapping.
Visualizing the invisible – Detection of the inorganic surface coatings on TiO2 pigments, inside a paint film, by TEM-EDX mapping.
Birgit van Driel
Art Technological Source Research POSTERS
‘A l’usage des artistes peintres’ (Blockx 1881)? Audience and readership of historical recipe books, 1550-1900
‘A l’usage des artistes peintres’ (Blockx 1881)? Audience and readership of historical recipe books, 1550-1900
Maartje Stolz-Witlox
Natural History Collections POSTERS
The bare bones: Using laser technology to remove the shellac coating from the skeleton of a Megalocerous giganteus
The bare bones: Using laser technology to remove the shellac coating from the skeleton of a Megalocerous giganteus
Lucie Mascord
Wet Organic Archaeological Materials POSTERS
Conservation issues of fossil lignitized woods that are rich in pyrite
Conservation issues of fossil lignitized woods that are rich in pyrite
Veronique Rouchon
Scientific Research POSTERS
Investigating, monitoring and treatment of a so-far unknown surface phenomenon developing on objects in newly installed state-of-the-art showcases
Investigating, monitoring and treatment of a so-far unknown surface phenomenon developing on objects in newly installed state-of-the-art showcases
Sabine Stanek
Art Technological Source Research POSTERS
Historical reproduction of grisailles according to treatises and recipe books dated from the 10th to the 19th century
Historical reproduction of grisailles according to treatises and recipe books dated from the 10th to the 19th century
Márcia Vilarigues (Andreia Machado)
Wet Organic Archaeological Materials POSTERS
Investigating the impact of sodium nitrite on wood
Investigating the impact of sodium nitrite on wood
Elsa Sangaourd
Scientific Research POSTERS
Optical Coherence Tomography as an imaging tool for the non-invasive assessment of the state of preservation of mineralised collagen based artefacts
Optical Coherence Tomography as an imaging tool for the non-invasive assessment of the state of preservation of mineralised collagen based artefacts
Lucia Noor Melita
Wet Organic Archaeological Materials POSTERS
Conservation and study of celtic golden wood remains
Conservation and study of celtic golden wood remains
Floriane Helias
11:00 to 11:20
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
Quantitative chemical near-infrared hyperspectral imaging of Islamic paper
Quantitative chemical near-infrared hyperspectral imaging of Islamic paper
Hend Mahgoub (Matija Strlic)
chair: Klaas Jan van den Berg
room: CONGRESS HALL
THEORY AND HISTORY + LEGAL ISSUES IN CONSERVATION JOINT BUSINESS MEETING
chair: Hélia Marçal + Abdur Rasheed
room: HARLEKIN
ART TECHNOLOGICAL SOURCE RESEARCH
Twentieth century metallic paints: formulations and use in paintings
Twentieth century metallic paints: formulations and use in paintings
Maria Kokkori
chair: Sigrid Eyb-Green
room: PIERROT
WET ORGANIC ARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIALS
Towards a description of the degradation of archaeological birch bark
Towards a description of the degradation of archaeological birch bark
Johanna Klugl
chair: Emily Williams
room: BLOMSTERSALEN
NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTIONS
A contemporary approach to dismantling and re-displaying a historic blue whale skeleton
A contemporary approach to dismantling and re-displaying a historic blue whale skeleton
Arianna Bernucci + Lorraine Cornish
chair: Lucie Mascord
room: BALLONSALEN
11:30 to 11:50
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
The Saltzmann collection: a reference database for South American dyed textiles
The Saltzmann collection: a reference database for South American dyed textiles
Ilaria Degano
chair: Klaas Jan van den Berg
room: CONGRESS HALL
THEORY AND HISTORY + LEGAL ISSUES IN CONSERVATION JOINT BUSINESS MEETING
chair: Hélia Marçal + Abdur Rasheed
room: HARLEKIN
ART TECHNOLOGICAL SOURCE RESEARCH
On the trail of lost ingredients: the Bolognese manuscript
On the trail of lost ingredients: the Bolognese manuscript
Lara Broecke
chair: Sigrid Eyb-Green
room: PIERROT
WET ORGANIC ARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIALS BUSINESS MEETING
chair: Emily Williams
room: BLOMSTERSALEN
NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTIONS
Conservation in a Barcode Age: a cross-discipline earth science re-storage project
Conservation in a Barcode Age: a cross-discipline earth science re-storage project
Lu Allington-Jones + Amy Trafford
chair: Lucie Mascord
room: BALLONSALEN
12:00 to 12:20
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH BUSINESS MEETING
chair: Narayan Khandekar
room: CONGRESS HALL
ART TECHNOLOGICAL SOURCE RESEARCH BUSINESS MEETING
chair: Sigrid Eyb-Green
room: PIERROT
NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTIONS BUSINESS MEETING
chair: Lucie Mascord
room: BALLONSALEN
12:30 to 13:30 LUNCH
13:30 to 15:00 PLENARY SESSION, CONGRESS HALL
Plenary session: Round table with former Chairs of ICOM-CC."The conservation profession; achievements and challenges."
15:00 to 15:30 TEA/ COFFEE/ POSTERS TAKEN DOWN
15:30 to 17:00 PLENARY SESSION, CONGRESS HALL
Plenary Session. Presentation of: the ICOM-CC Medal,the Working Group Coordinators and the Directory Board 2017-2020, the Triennial Conference 2020 venue.
17:15 onwards Farewell Party at The Lapidarium of Kings