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Jen Munch

Patricia H. and Richard E. Garman Art Conservation Department State University of New York College at Buffalo
Graduate Fellow
Buffalo/Niagara, New York Area
Jen is currently a third-year graduate intern in the Painting Conservation Department at the National Gallery of Art, Washington. During the summer of 2017, Jen interned in the conservation of modern and contemporary paintings at the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. Before starting her graduate studies in Buffalo, Jen was an objects and paintings conservation technician at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts. She received a BFA in Visual Art from Tufts University and School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Jen also volunteered at Harvard University's Peabody Museum and was a conservation technician at the Cambridge Arts Council and with private conservator Rika Smith-McNally.
Monday, May 29
 

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Tuesday, May 30
 

8:15am

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Wednesday, May 31
 

8:30am

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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 030. (Objects) Conservation in Miniature: The merger of museum object and historic interior in the treatment of a Victorian era dollhouse Riverside West Exhibit HallSarah Giffin 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 040. (Objects) Investigation of Gold Residues on Glazed Renaissance Sculpture: Gilding the Virtues Riverside West Exhibit HallAbigail Hykin • Catherine Mallinckrodt 042. (Objects) Treatment and Reconstruction of a Badly Damaged Hopi Katsina Doll Made of Gourd Riverside West Exhibit HallHayley Monroe 044. (Objects) Applying Fills to Losses in a Flexible Polyurethane Foam Chair at the Museum of Modern Art Riverside West Exhibit HallAlexandra Nichols 047. (Objects) Case Study of Regalrez 1126 Used as an Adhesive and Consolidant in the Conservation Treatment of an 18th Century Chinese Amber Cup at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Riverside West Exhibit HallTong Tong 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 061. (Objects) Corn and Tobacco Residue: Development of Protocol for Sampling and Analysis Riverside West Exhibit HallWendy Lindsey • Dr. Nancy Odegaard 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 071. (Textiles) What happened to them? Preliminary approaches from conservation discipline in cases of human rights violations during the military dictatorship in Chile. Riverside West Exhibit HallDaniela Bracchitta • Iván Cáceres • Kenneth Jensen • María José Manneschi • Roxana Seguel 075. (Book and Paper) Expanded Descriptive Terminology for Contemporary Collages Riverside West Exhibit HallStephanie Lussier, [PA] • Michal Mikesell 076. (Health and Safety) Replacement of toxic solvents: a practical approach for art conservation studios Riverside West Exhibit HallLuciana Murcia 080. (Objects) Bedbugs: A Pesky Problem Riverside West Exhibit HallMeredith Wilcox-Levine 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 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 105. (Paintings) String Theory: An Innovative Insert for the Treatment of Yves Klein’s Rose Monochrome, Untitled (MP 21) 1961 Riverside West Exhibit HallKristin Robinson

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Thursday, June 1
 

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