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Blair Bailey

Detroit Institute of Arts
Conservator
Detroit, MI
Blair Bailey is currently the Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Painting Conservation at the Detroit Institute of Arts. She holds two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Art History and History from American University, Washington, D.C. and graduated with distinction from the Northumbria University Master of Arts in the Conservation of Fine Art- Easel Paintings program. Ms. Bailey previously worked at The Ringling (Sarasota, FL), the National Gallery of Ireland, and in various Smithsonian Institution branches such as the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution Archives, and the Museum Conservation Institute, as well as in private conservation studios within the Washington, D.C. area. Experiences in conservation also included public outreach through tours, blog posts, and social media.
Monday, May 29
 

8:30am

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3:30pm

4:00pm

5:30pm

 
Tuesday, May 30
 

8:15am

8:45am

9:00am

9:30am

10:00am

10:30am

10:50am

11:15am

11:40am

12:05pm

12:15pm

2:00pm

2:30pm

3:00pm

3:30pm

4:00pm

4:30pm

5:00pm

5:30pm

6:30pm

 
Wednesday, May 31
 

8:30am

9:00am

9:30am

9:40am

10:00am

10:30am

11:30am

2:05pm

2:30pm

2:55pm

3:30pm

Break in the Exhibit Hall Riverside West Exhibit Hall 004. (Book and Paper) Local cleaning of stained artworks on paper: the new possibilities of rigid gels Riverside West Exhibit HallSophie Barbisan • Catherine Maynor • Anne-Laurence Dupont 012. (Paintings) A Study on the Design to store Asian Painting Scrolls Riverside West Exhibit HallJun Yin Hsiao 013. (Paintings) Innovational drying wall for Asian paintings Riverside West Exhibit HallYi-Hsia Hsiao 018. (Objects) Development of a User-Driven Adhesives Database Riverside West Exhibit HallShaina Palmer • Andrea KI Hall • Robert Leheny • Molly McGath • Dr. Patricia McGuiggan • Sara Zaccaron 022. (Book and Paper) Captain America Encounters Klucel M® Riverside West Exhibit HallMichiko Adachi • Cathie Magee 029. (Book and Paper) An Enclosure for a 3-D Object in a Scrapbook Riverside West Exhibit HallNoah D. Smutz 049. (Paintings) 'Rutabaga: In: The Sky' – Creative Solutions to Modern Treatment Problems Riverside West Exhibit HallStephanie Barnes • Craig Huzway • Antje Neumann • Jia-sun Tsang 050. (Objects) The Sharp End of Conservation: Reintroducing Paint to a Mid-Nineteenth Century American Stained-Glass Window Riverside West Exhibit HallAmanda Chau • Drew Anderson 051. (Paintings) Five van Goghs Riverside West Exhibit HallThomas Heller 052. (Paintings) Alternative methodology for traditional interventions: Loose lining in colonial paintings Riverside West Exhibit HallDamasia Gallegos • Ana Morales • Dolores González Pondal 054. (Research and Technical Studies) Blue Period? : Analysis muddies Tintoretto attribution and working practice Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Amanda J. Norbutus • Lourdes Nunez 062. (Objects) Evaluating (poly)ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) adhesives for use in wax conservation. Riverside West Exhibit HallMarina B. Gibbons 064. (Paintings) The Evolution of a Method: Optimizing the Use of Evolon® CR to Poultice Varnish on a Large Scale Riverside West Exhibit HallKari Rayner 074. (Paintings) The development and testing of Gel Cleaning Systems for Cleaning Inorganic Supports in Argentina, Curazao and the Dominican Republic. Riverside West Exhibit HallViviana Dominguez • Ruahidy Lombert • Giselle Canosa 076. (Health and Safety) Replacement of toxic solvents: a practical approach for art conservation studios Riverside West Exhibit HallLuciana Murcia 084. (Paintings) Lifting the Microfiber Veil: Utilizing Evolon fabric at the Mauritshuis to remove aged varnish from Hendrick Heerschop's A Visit to the Doctor Riverside West Exhibit HallJulie Ribits 085. (Paintings) Future prospects of conservation treatments with a micro-aspirator tool Riverside West Exhibit HallFriederike Steckling • Markus Gross • Dr. Nadim C. Scherrer • Dr. Stefan Zumbühl

4:05pm

4:30pm

6:30pm

 
Thursday, June 1
 

7:30am

10:00am

10:30am

11:00am

11:30am

2:00pm

2:30pm

3:00pm

3:30pm

4:00pm