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Tong Tong

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Department of Objects Conservation
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Objects Conservation Fellow
New York, NY
Tong Tong specializes in the conservation of Asian art materials and has a special interest in ceramics and wall paintings. She received a Bachelor's Science in Chemistry from University of Missouri-Columbia and a Master of Cultural Material Conservation from The University of Melbourne in Australia. After post-graduate training in a commercial conservation lab in Melbourne, and collaboration work with Chinese conservation institutions, she was awarded an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 2016. Her work at the Met involves advance conservation training and technical studies on the collections of its Asian Art Curatorial Department.
Monday, May 29
 

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Tuesday, May 30
 

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Wednesday, May 31
 

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Break in the Exhibit Hall Riverside West Exhibit Hall 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 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 034. (Objects) NAGPRA and Conservation: Documenting Repatriation Materials from the Perspective of a Conservation Professional Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Elyse Canosa • Dr. Nancy Odegaard 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 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 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 061. (Objects) Corn and Tobacco Residue: Development of Protocol for Sampling and Analysis Riverside West Exhibit HallWendy Lindsey • Dr. Nancy Odegaard Poster Authors Q&A Session Riverside West Exhibit HallWest Dean College

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Thursday, June 1
 

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Friday, June 2
 

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