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Pei-Ching Liu

Nishio Conservation Studio
Conservator
Arlington, VA
Pei-Ching Liu is currently the Asian painting Conservator at Nishio Conservation Studio in Washington, DC. She has worked on various conservation projects from museums and private collectors including: works on paper, East Asian scroll paintings, albums, painted hand fans, Japanese folding screens (byobu), Chinese pith paper paintings, and woodblock prints (Ukiyo-e).

Pei-Ching received her BA in Art History from Tainan National University of the Arts (TNNUA) in Taiwan and her MA from the Institute of Conservation of Cultural Relics, TNNUA in Taiwan, where she specialized in Asian painting and paper conservation. Before Pei-Ching moved to the United States, she worked as an Asian painting conservator at the National Taiwan University of Arts Conservation Center. She was the Andrew W. Mellon fellow in Chinese painting conservation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2013-2014. At the conclusion of her fellowship, she presented her research on Chinese painting conservation at both the Met as well as the National Palace Museum in Taipei.
Monday, May 29
 

2:00pm

6:30pm

 
Tuesday, May 30
 

9:00am

9:30am

10:00am

10:50am

11:15am

11:40am

2:00pm

2:30pm

3:00pm

3:30pm

4:00pm

4:30pm

5:00pm

6:30pm

 
Wednesday, May 31
 

8:30am

9:00am

9:30am

10:30am

11:00am

11:30am

2:05pm

2:30pm

2:55pm

3:30pm

001. (Architecture) Identification and Analysis of Hard Water Staining on Granite in the Western United States and Comparative Study for Cleaning Methods Riverside West Exhibit HallAlex Beard • Jason Church • Ifrah Jamil • Bilal Khurshid • Caitlin R. O'Grady 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 005. (Book and Paper) Analysis of synthetic dyes and the Treatment of 1910's - 1950's Historic Chinese Wedding Documents Riverside West Exhibit HallPaul CW Chan • Edward Chun-Yiu Law • Angela Wai-Sum Liu 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 015. (Book and Paper) An Unconventional Approach to Cover-Binding Reattachment Riverside West Exhibit HallKimberly Kwan 017. (Book and Paper) Acid Transport through Mylar Encapsulation Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Patricia McGuiggan • Andrea KI Hall • Molly McGath • William Minter 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 053. (Paintings) Chinese Handscrolls: A Systematic Approach to Treatment Solutions for Common Problems Riverside West Exhibit HallXiangmei Gu • Grace Jan 059. (Research and Technical Studies) Cutting Edge Technologies in Non-invasive Organic Analytical Techniques Riverside West Exhibit HallAmanda Jones 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] 067. (Textiles) Initial treatment techniques for Japanese Lacquer-based metallic thread and cut paper appliqué Riverside West Exhibit HallElinor Dei Tos Pironti 076. (Health and Safety) Replacement of toxic solvents: a practical approach for art conservation studios Riverside West Exhibit HallLuciana Murcia 097. (Research and Technical Studies) Advances in State-of-the-Art in XRF Elemental Analysis for Art Conservation Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Bruce Kaiser • Dr. Lee Drake

6:30pm