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Ellen Pearlstein

UCLA/Getty Master’s Program in the Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Materials
Conservator
Los Angeles, CA
Ellen Pearlstein is a professor at the University of California, Los Angeles in both Information Studies, and is a founding faculty member in the UCLA/Getty Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation. Her research interests include American Indian tribal museums and how museum staff defines cultural preservation; effects of environmental agents on ethnographic and natural history materials; introducing context into cultural materials’ conservation education; and curriculum development. She is co-director of the UCLA and Getty Conservation Institute feather research project and a Fellow of the AIC.
Saturday, May 27
 

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Sunday, May 28
 

12:30pm

 
Monday, May 29
 

9:30am

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Tuesday, May 30
 

9:00am

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Wednesday, May 31
 

8:30am

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Break in the Exhibit Hall Riverside West Exhibit Hall 003. (Book and Paper) Cellulose nanocrystals and nanofibrils for coating of paper artefacts Riverside West Exhibit HallCamilla Camargos • Dr. João Figueiredo Junior • Dr. Fabiano Pereira 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 010. (Book and Paper) Towards Nondestructive Characterization of Black Drawing Media Riverside West Exhibit HallNathan Daly • Lynn Lee • Michelle Sullivan • Karen Trentelman 011. (Book and Paper) Moth Larvae Infestation of Books and Materials from Syracuse University Libraries Riverside West Exhibit HallMarianne S. Hanley 014. (Book and Paper) 21st Century Loss Compensation for a 19th Century Binding Riverside West Exhibit HallKatherine Lechuga 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 019. (Objects) Polishing Methods and Their Impact on Results in the Oddy Test Riverside West Exhibit HallChloe Cao • Andrea KI Hall • Molly McGath • Dr. Patricia McGuiggan 021. (Collection Care) Memory of the World: Opportunities for preservation and promotion of documentary heritage Riverside West Exhibit HallIngrid Frederick 025. (Book and Paper) Thoughtful withdrawal of monographs from academic libraries: Knowing the risks to our cultural print heritage Riverside West Exhibit HallJennifer Hain Teper-[Fellow] 027. (Collection Care) (I Can’t Get No) Documentation: Preservation Reporting in the Archives Riverside West Exhibit HallMarissa Vassari • Julia Welby 029. (Book and Paper) An Enclosure for a 3-D Object in a Scrapbook Riverside West Exhibit HallNoah D. Smutz 031. (Objects) Under close observation – a pilot study monitoring change in objects’ conditions Riverside West Exhibit HallVincent L. Beltran • Ashley Freeman • Foekje Boersma • Jim Druzik • Michał Lukomski • Joel Taylor 032. (Objects) Treatment of a Shattered Bark Basket from Australia Riverside West Exhibit HallMarci Jefcoat Burton 033. (Collection Care) Fatal Attraction: Trials and Tribulations in Toning Rare Earth Magnets Riverside West Exhibit HallMorgan Blei Carbone 034. (Objects) NAGPRA and Conservation: Documenting Repatriation Materials from the Perspective of a Conservation Professional Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Elyse Canosa • Dr. Nancy Odegaard 035. (Objects) Between the ephemeral and the immortal: considerations about the process of conservation of Ticuna’s barkcloth. Riverside West Exhibit HallAna Carolina Delgado Vieira • Paula Aline Durães Almeida • Edson Tosta Matarezio Filho • Marcia de Almeida Rizzutto 037. (Objects) Mending Baskets: Revisiting older approaches with new techniques and inventing better solutions Riverside West Exhibit HallLeah Bright • Betsy Burr • Skyler Jenkins • Dr. Nancy Odegaard • Nicole L Peters • Marilen Pool • Gina Marie Watkinson 042. (Objects) Treatment and Reconstruction of a Badly Damaged Hopi Katsina Doll Made of Gourd Riverside West Exhibit HallHayley Monroe 048. (Objects) Practical solutions to the challenges of documenting large-scale objects Riverside West Exhibit HallJessica Walthew 061. (Objects) Corn and Tobacco Residue: Development of Protocol for Sampling and Analysis Riverside West Exhibit HallWendy Lindsey • Dr. Nancy Odegaard 083. (Research and Technical Studies) The Bay Area Conservation Science Initiative Riverside West Exhibit HallElise Effmann Clifford • Elizabeth S. Peña • Susan Roberts-Manganelli 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 101. (Objects) The Preservation of Mummy Bundles in Peru: A methodological proposal Riverside West Exhibit HallSelene Figueroa • Rubén Héctor Buitron Picharde 102. (Objects) Packaging Systems for Pre-Hispanic Mummy Bundles in Peru Riverside West Exhibit HallSelene Figueroa • Rubén Héctor Buitron Picharde

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Thursday, June 1
 

10:00am

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