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martedì, settembre 20, 2011

PAPER FROM THE EAST The second Chinese Heritage Conference Friday 7th October 2011, 9.00am-5.15pm

The second Chinese Heritage Conference
Friday 7th October 2011, 9.00am-5.15pm

At the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

China Culture Connect, Artability Art & Collection Ltd in association with the National Maritime Museum

Tickets: Full £99 Student £75 inclusive of lunch and refreshment
****Early Bird Full £87 Student £70 until 20th September 2011

Delegates will also be given a talk on the new NMM exhibition ‘ Traders: the East India Company and Asia’ and have the opportunity to visit the new Traders Gallery and the Sammy Ofer Wing.
Register Online tickets

Programme at the Lecture Theatre of the National Maritime Museum
Time 7th October Subject Speaker
9.00am-9.30am Registration
9.30am- 9.45am Introduction Welcome and introduction
Dr Margarette Lincoln, Deputy Director of the National Maritime Museum
Velson Horie and Xuhua Zhan
9.45am – 10.15am Talk 1 Conservation and preparation of objects for the Traders Gallery, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich Birthe Christensen
10.20am-10.50am Talk 2 Korean Paper, Hanji, Its History, Technique and Properties Minah Song
10.55am-11.05am Special talk Technical Developments in Glazing for Friable and Fragile Collections Julie Heath (Tru V ue)
11.10am- 11.30am Tea Break
11.30am-12.00pm Talk 3 The Papermaker’s Mould in Middle-Eastern Papermaking: An Aid for the Classification of Papers Helen Loveday
12.05pm-12.35pm Talk 4 Funori, a Consolidation Method for Chinese Wallpapers Susan Catcher
12.40pm-12.50pm Introduction of the new Traders Gallery Dr John McAleer
12.50pm-14.20pm Lunch Lunch at the Queen’s House Orangery and Parlours Delegates can visit the new Traders gallery
14.20pm-14.50pm Talk 5 Japanese Paper for Art and Conservation Megumi Mizumura
14.55pm-15.25pm Talk 6 Chinese paintings on Pith – A Paper Conservator’s Approach Ruth Prosser
15.30pm-15.50pm Tea Break
15.50pm-16.20pm Talk 7 Origins and Typology of Paper in Chinese and Tibetan Manuscripts from Dunhuang Dr Agnieszka Helman-Wa¿ny
16.25pm-16.55pm Talk 8 The Coming of Asian Papers to America Sidney Berger
17.00m- 17.30pm Film Screening Developments in Hand Papermaking Through the Centuries

Sidney E Berger – Librarian, Peabody Essex Museum

Susan Catcher– Senior Paper Conservator, Victoria & Albert Museum

Birthe Christensen – Head of Conservation & Preservation, National Maritime Museum

Dr Agniezka Helman-Wa¿ny – Paper conservator and manuscriptologist, University of Hamburg and Cornell University

Helen Loveday– Independent paper conservator

Dr John McAleer – Curator of 18 Century Imperial & Maritime History, National Maritime Museum

Megumi Mizumura – Paper conservator, paper making specialist, British Museum

Ruth Prosser– Independent paper conservator, pith paper specialist

Minah Song – Paper conservator, Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts (CCAHA)

Documentary Film: Developments in Hand Papermaking Through the Centuries, 29 minutes ( Director, Elaine Koretsky ), International Paper Museum

Coordinator and moderator
Velson Horie
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