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Haddon Augusta Dine

Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
Student
Frederick, MD
Haddon graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh in 2013 with a BS in Chemistry, a second major in History of Art and Architecture, and a minor in Studio Arts. While in school, she interned at The Valspar Corporation and the Carnegie Museum of Art. After graduating, Haddon was an intern and then a technician in the Scientific Research Laboratory at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA), where she analyzed paintings, furniture, and objects including Augustus Saint Gaudens’s Diana, a Ming-dynasty painted wood figure, and the Liberty Bell. With PMA colleagues, she undertook research on 16th-centuryItalian Renaissance chiaroscuro woodcut printing inks and coauthored a chapter in the 2015 book Printing Colour 1400-1700: History, Techniques, Functions and Receptions. She helped secure a Kress Foundation grant to continue analysis of these woodcut printing inks and then conducted x-ray fluorescence spectroscopy on prints at the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Albertina, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Haddon has been an editor for the Infrared and Raman Users Group (IRUG) for two years and presented on the IRUG database at the IRUG11 conference at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and at IRUG12 at the Ormylia Art Diagnosis Centre in Ormylia, Greece. Haddon was a technician in the PMA Objects lab for over a year, where she treated over 100 firearm barrel bores in the Kienbusch Collection of Arms and Armor, Indian stone sculptures, and American presidential china; she also performed the weekly sculpture garden maintenance rounds at the PMA. She began interning with Adam Jenkins Conservation Services, LLC in 2015, where she treated a wooden model ship, lead outdoor sculptures, and a wire model bridge.
Tuesday, May 30
 

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Wednesday, May 31
 

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036. (Objects) Conserving and Interpreting the mechanical Jacks from the Queen Anne’s Revenge Riverside West Exhibit HallArianna DiMucci 038. (Objects) Guns and Ships: Using Dry Ice Blasting in the Conservation of Cast Iron Riverside West Exhibit HallWilliam Hoffman • Laurie King 040. (Objects) Investigation of Gold Residues on Glazed Renaissance Sculpture: Gilding the Virtues Riverside West Exhibit HallAbigail Hykin • Catherine Mallinckrodt 043. (Objects) Exploring methods for determining the age of clock mainsprings Riverside West Exhibit HallMostyn Gale 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 061. (Objects) Corn and Tobacco Residue: Development of Protocol for Sampling and Analysis Riverside West Exhibit HallWendy Lindsey • Dr. Nancy Odegaard 076. (Health and Safety) Replacement of toxic solvents: a practical approach for art conservation studios Riverside West Exhibit HallLuciana Murcia 087. (Objects) Sampling of microorganisms from Egyptian mummies at the National Museum of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: A successful adaptation of a vacuum cleaner model Riverside West Exhibit HallRicardo Reis • Sheila Mendonça de Souza 088. (Objects) The Royal Treatment: Conservation of Archaeological Material from Revolutionary War Vessel ROYAL SAVAGE Riverside West Exhibit HallShanna Daniel • Kate Morrand 092. (Objects) Chemical cleaning and Intervention criteria in a brass dial clock from the XIX century Riverside West Exhibit HallJoão Henrique Ribeiro Barbosa • Luiz A C Souza

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Thursday, June 1
 

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