[Alt-photo] salted paper symposium

Brittonie ___ brittonie at gmail.com
Fri Jul 14 09:28:01 UTC 2017


ohhhhhhh I want to go!

On Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 5:42 AM, Kim Du Boise via Alt-photo-process-list <
alt-photo-process-list at lists.altphotolist.org> wrote:

> Hi Chris!
>
> I will be there, too.  Found a way to get there!  So looking forward to
> meeting you & seeing Ellie again.   It's really shaping up & the Saturday
> workshop is full & closed.  I couldn't get in, so will go Wednesday.  Means
> I will miss all those great tours & seeing all the salt prints up close.
>
> Anne, this is a really great opportunity to get a lot of different
> perspectives at one time.  The regular rate is still available for a while,
> I believe.
>
> Regards,
> Kim
>
> Kim R Du Boise
> PhotoArts Imaging
> Hattiesburg, MS
>
> Sent from my iPad
>
> > On Jul 12, 2017, at 11:36 AM, Christina Z. Anderson <
> christinazanderson at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Those of you near the Harvard area this fall might want to attend the
> salted paper symposium. Below is the lineup of speakers and the URL will
> lead you to the
> > Chris
> >
> > http://www.conservation-us.org/courses/professional-
> development-courses/current-courses/salted-paper-prints-
> symposium-and-workshop#.WWZPLsbMzmI <http://www.conservation-us.
> org/courses/professional-development-courses/current-
> courses/salted-paper-prints-symposium-and-workshop#.WWZPLsbMzmI>
> >
> >
> > Salted Paper Prints Symposium
> > September 14 – 15, 2017 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
> >
> > Overview of Salt Print Collections at Harvard
> > Melissa Banta, Weissman Preservation Center, Harvard Library, Harvard
> University
> >
> > The Harrison D. Horblit Collection of Early Photography
> > Hope Mayo, Houghton Library, Harvard University
> >
> > Non-destructive Analysis of Coatings on Early Photographs
> > Elena Bulat, Weissman Preservation Center, Harvard Library, Harvard
> University
> >
> > Using Specular Reflection FTIR for Chemical Analysis of Cultural
> Heritage Objects
> > Arthur McClelland, Center for Nanoscale Systems, Harvard University
> >
> > Henry and the Kitchen
> > Larry Schaaf, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford
> >
> > Fundamentals of Salt Print Chemistry and History
> > Mark Osterman, George Eastman Museum
> >
> > The Evolution of Salted Paper Print Processes During the 1850s:
> Published Recipes
> > John McElhone, Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of
> Canada
> >
> > Commercial Salted Papers in the United States, 1860-1900
> > Katherine Mintie, University of California, Berkeley
> >
> > Early Photographic Map Reproductions
> > Adrienne Lundgren, Library of Congress
> >
> > Linnaeus Tripe and Lightly Albumenized Prints in the 1850s
> > Sarah Wagner, National Gallery of Art
> >
> > “Divided ye may fall—united ye must stand”: Photography in the United
> States Patent Office
> > Mazie Harris, Sarah Freeman, J. Paul Getty Museum Department of
> Photographs
> >
> > The Calotype Negative Process According to the Modus Operandi of Artist
> Luigi Sacchi (1805-1861): Technique and Aesthetic of an Eclectic Pioneer of
> Photography in Italy Sandra Petrillo, SMPhoto Conservation Studio
> >
> > The History and Chemistry of Platinum-Toned Salted Paper Prints
> > Joan Walker, Ronel Namde, National Gallery of Art
> >
> > The Exhibition of Salted Paper Prints from Italy: A Technical Case Study
> from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
> > Lisa Barro, Katie Sanderson, Silvia Centeno, Beth Saunders, Metropolitan
> Museum of Art
> >
> > Inexact Replicas: Issues in Exhibiting William Henry Fox Talbot’s Salted
> Paper Prints
> > Dan Leers, Carnegie Museum of Art
> >
> > Use of High-Resolution Multispectral Imaging and Analysis Systems for
> the Long-Term Monitoring of Salted Paper Prints and for Evaluation of the
> Intrinsic Permanence Characteristics of Contemporary Salted Paper Prints
> Made with a Variety of Process Variations
> >
> > Henry Wilhelm, Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc., Ken Boydston, MegaVision,
> Inc., Mike Robinson, Ryerson University, John McElhone, Canadian
> Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada, Greg Hill and
> Season Tse, Canadian Conservation Institute
> >
> > Maximum Information with Minimum Exposure: Characterization of Salted
> Paper Prints with Digital Imaging
> > Jiuan Jiuan Chen, Theresa Smith, Courtney Helion, Art Conservation
> Department at SUNY Buffalo State
> >
> > Development and Testing of a Methodology for the Identification of Salt
> Print and Calotype Coatings  Utilizing Py-GC/MS
> > Art Kaplan, Michael Schilling, Getty Conservation Institute
> >
> > Minimally Invasive Sampling of Surface Coatings on Salted Prints for
> Protein Identification by Peptide Mass Fingerprinting
> > Dan Kirby, Richard Newman, Annette Manick, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
> >
> > A Closer Look: Coated Photographs in Eduard Isaac Asser’s Family Albums
> (1845-1856)
> > Rosina Herrera Garrido, Rijksmuseum
> >
> > Contemporary Approaches to Salted Paper
> > Christina Anderson, Montana State University
> >
> > Pencil of Technology: Salt Prints from Natural Salt Water with Varying
> Salinity
> > Courtney Johnson, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
> >
> > Mechanisms of Controlling Staining and Aesthetic Appearance of the
> Salted Paper Print
> > Ellie Young, Gold Street Studios
> >
> > Teaching with Photographs at the Harvard Art Museums
> > David Odo, Laura Muir, Harvard Art Museums
>
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