EverGreene has three of our Conservation Team Members in action at the approaching AIC Annual Meeting this year in New England. Join us for lively discussions!
Amy Elizabeth Uebel, Conservator, will be speaking Wednesday, May 15 from 3:00-3:30 PM on “Approaches to Conserving Uncoated Metals” where participants will learn several options for both cleaning and maintaining these objects as well as the inherent frailties in what is often considered a durable and low maintenance materials.
Stick around for Kelly Caldwell, Conservation Manager & Senior Conservator, who will present on Friday, May 17 from 10:00 – 10:30 AM with “Traditional Conservation and New Technology the Preservation of Three Assyrian Reliefs” discussing the The Virginia Theology Seminary (VTS) in Alexandria, VA as an example of how modern technologies, like laser scanning and 3-D printing, in concert with traditional conservation treatment and environmental controlled display cases, intersect to preserve the history of lost places and times.
Brooke Russell, Conservator, who is currently serving as both an AIC Emerging Conservation Professionals Network (ECPN) Liaison and Architectural Specialty Group Liaison will be in attendance. Be sure to stop and say hello!