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David A. Miller, [Fellow]

Indianapolis Museum of Art
Chief Conservator
Indianapolis, IN
David Miller is the Chief Conservator at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. He was previously the senior conservator of paintings for there and has worked as a paintings conservator at the IMA for 30 years. Originally from New York City, David received a B.A., cum laude, from Hofstra University in fine arts, with minors in art history and biology. Although he had initially thought about a career in medicine, years of childhood art training first led him towards medical illustration until he took an introductory class in art conservation at Hofstra and immediately knew that this was the perfect blend of science and art. After two years of apprenticing with a private conservator on Long Island and a year working as a paintings restorer in New York City, David was admitted to the masters degree program in art conservation at the State University of New York, then located in Cooperstown, New York (now part of Buffalo State College). He received an M.A. and Certificate of Advanced Study in paintings conservation, a two-year program of study, and then had a year’s internship at the National Gallery of Canada. David is a Fellow of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC) and was the founding president of the Midwest Regional Conservation Guild. He has lectured extensively and published on artists as diverse as Giovanni Bellini, Rembrandt, Georges Seurat and Richard Pousette-Dart.
Tuesday, May 30
 

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Wednesday, May 31
 

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Break in the Exhibit Hall Riverside West Exhibit Hall 012. (Paintings) A Study on the Design to store Asian Painting Scrolls Riverside West Exhibit HallJun Yin Hsiao 051. (Paintings) Five van Goghs Riverside West Exhibit HallThomas Heller 054. (Research and Technical Studies) Blue Period? : Analysis muddies Tintoretto attribution and working practice Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Amanda J. Norbutus • Lourdes Nunez 057. (Research and Technical Studies) Improvements in 2D x-radiography and volumetric x-ray tomosynthesis Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Dan Boye 060. (Collection Care) Conservation and Art Historical Data goes Digital at the Art Institute of Chicago Riverside West Exhibit HallKaslyne O'Connor • Ariel Pate • Sylvie Pénichon, [PA] 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 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 098. (Paintings) Performance evaluation of UV inhibiting acrylic resin coated glass with modern and historic glazing systems Riverside West Exhibit HallAndrew Fearon • Janelle Elyse Sahutski

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Thursday, June 1
 

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