Outreach

Orals

Click here to download a copy of my presentation with script. Thanks for attending and supporting us as we reflect on and celebrate the end of our time as Graduate Fellows in the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation.

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Publications and Presentations

“Documenting Reflectivity: Ongoing Study of Robert Rauschenberg’s Reflective Metal Paintings” ICOM-CC Metals Working Group Newsletter, 2020 “REFLEX & REFLECTIVITY: Reflections on my final year as a WUDPAC Graduate Fellow” Final Oral Presentation for the Winterthur/University of Delaware Graduate Program in Art Conservation, 2020 “Conserving Vintage Dior: Investigating New Methods for Cleaning Deteriorating Patent Leather” /script Read More >

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Episode 3: Why Climate Justice = Social Justice

We did not plan to create this episode when we began the season, but when we learned of the murder of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and other POC citizens, we stopped, evaluated our objective through a civil rights lens, and realized we couldn’t NOT share what we found.

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Navigating the Workplace & Harnessing Community as an Emerging Conservation Professional: A Panel Discussion

Moderated by Emma Hartman, Digital Platforms Co-Officer, ECPN’s Fall webinar facilitated a dialogue about the various roles an emerging conservation professional (ECP) may occupy within the conservation profession, and how AIC and ECPN can function as both a professional resource and a support community.

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Forming coalitions with Kate Fugett

In the fifth episode of the season, we share excerpts of our candid conversation with Kate Fugett, Objects Conservator at the American Museum of Natural History, about the coalition of conservation, collection, and museum professionals she is actively forming. We discuss a broad range of topics related to community engagement and share practical advice gained Read More >

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Episode 2: Graduate Studies and Sustainability with Maddie Cooper

In this episode, we talk with Maddie Cooper, Graduate Fellow at the Winterthur/University of Delaware in Art Conservation about how her pre-program experiences in South Florida shaped her decision to specialize in Preventive Conservation and how she has curated her graduate school experience to focus in disaster planning and response, specifically, her experience at the University of Delaware’s Disaster Research Center.

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Episode 1: Crafting a More Sustainable Future with Henry McGhie

In the first episode of the season, we welcome Henry McGhie, bird ecologist, former head of the Manchester Museum’s curatorial team, and principal of the consultancy Curating Tomorrow, to discuss sustainability, climate change, and taking action in museum/cultural heritage spaces.

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Episode 0: Introduction to the Series

In the first episode, we share our goals for podcast: to engage and empower a broad audience of collection care professionals and to inspire bottom-up change in labs and cultural institutions.

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