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  • Kate Wight Tyler

    Kate Wight Tyler Conservator Brooklyn Museum Previous Next Brooklyn, NY, USA MEMBER INFORMATION Participant 2023 ​ ​ ​ All members

  • Dawn Kriss

    Dawn Kriss Associate Objects Conservator The Metropolitan Museum of Art Previous Next New York, NY, USA MEMBER INFORMATION Participant 2023 Dawn Kriss is an associate objects conservator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She helps care for items in the Met’s Native America collections as well as works from the Ancient Americas, Oceania, and Africa. Dawn’s work has focused on understanding materials and technologies as they relate to use, creation, and item care, and she is passionate about professional and community collaboration within and outside of the Met. She received her degree from the UCLA/Getty Conservation Program in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage. ​ ​ All members

  • Joe Stahlman

    Joe Stahlman Tribal Historic Preservation Officer University of Buffalo / Seneca Nation Previous Next ​ MEMBER INFORMATION ​ Dr. Joe Stahlman is the Director of Seneca Nation’s Tribal Historic Preservation Office. Recently, he transitioned from the director of Seneca-Iroquois National Museum-Onöhsagwë:de' Culture Center to his new role. Joe is a scholar and researcher of Tuscarora descent. He has over 30 years of research experience working with First Peoples and allies. His research focuses on culture and history, as well as ongoing socio-economic and health & wellness related endeavors with Native communities. He takes an active role in addressing the spaces Native peoples occupy in North American museums, archaeology, cultural resource management, and scholarship. Joe regularly talks on the need to promote equity, equality, and justice among all peoples in North American society through a number of reconciliatory processes which are inclusive for all and empowers people to express agency through creative and intellectual endeavors. ​ ​ All members

  • Rosie Grayburn

    Rosie Grayburn Associate Scientist and Laboratory Manager Department of Conservation, Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library Previous Next Winterthur, USA MEMBER INFORMATION Team Presenter 2021 Rosie Grayburn (she/her) holds a dual appointment as Associate Scientist and Manager for the Scientific Research and Analytical lab at Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library, and Affiliated Associate Professor in the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, where she teaches conservation science and analytical methodologies to graduate fellows in art conservation. Her current research projects skew inorganic: from an investigation into toxic pigmented bookcloth, to the optimization and study of treatments for silver and silverplate. She was previously a postdoctoral fellow in Conservation Science at the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles, and holds a joint PhD in Physics and Analytical Chemistry from Universiteit Gent and the University of Warwick. Overlooked Organics in Decorative Arts: Cataloging Skin-Based, Skeletal, and Hard Keratinous Animal Tissues Read Abstract ​ All members

  • Molly Warnock

    Molly Warnock Director of the Clyfford Still Catalogue Raisonné Project Clyfford Still Museum Previous Next ​ MEMBER INFORMATION Team Presenter 2023 Molly Warnock is an art historian and critic. The author of Simon Hantaï and the Reserves of Painting (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2020) and Penser la Peinture: Simon Hantaï (Gallimard, 2012), and a frequent contributor to Artforum, she has also written about modern and contemporary art for publications including Art in America, Les Cahiers du Musée National d’Art Moderne, Tate Papers, Journal of Contemporary Painting, and nonsite.org, as well as in numerous US and European exhibition catalogues. In addition, Warnock has edited four volumes for the collection Transatlantique (ER Publishing), devoted to writings by and about contemporary artists. In December 2022, she was appointed Director of the Clyfford Still Catalogue Raisonné Project at the Clyfford Still Museum, in Denver. Oil paints from Simon Hantaï's studio: a multidisciplinary glimpse at the most creative periods of his artistic life Co-authored with Lauren Dalecky. Read Abstract ​ All members

  • Elizabeth Kornhauser

    Elizabeth Kornhauser Alice Pratt Brown Curator of American Paintings and Sculpture The Metropolitan Museum of Art Previous Next New York, NY, USA MEMBER INFORMATION Participant 2018 Dr. Elizabeth (Betsy) Kornhauser is Curator of American Paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where she has curated numerous exhibitions, most recently: Thomas Cole’s Journey: Atlantic Crossings. Many have featured collaborative conservation components. She served as the Deputy Director, Chief Curator, and Curator of American Painting at the Wadsworth Atheneum from 1997 to 2010. ​ ​ All members

  • Isabel Schneider

    Isabel Schneider Project Conservator Brooklyn Museum Previous Next New York, NY, USA MEMBER INFORMATION Poster Presenter 2023, Graduate student assistant 2023 Isabel Schneider is a recent graduate of the UCLA/ Getty Conservation of Cultural Heritage MA program who recently accepted a project conservator position at the Brooklyn Museum. Previously, she has held conservation internships with the Brooklyn Museum, Arizona State Museum, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Florissant National Monument, and the Israel Antiquities Authority. She has participated in archaeological excavations in Greece and Israel. Previously, she has worked as an artist, teacher, curator, and museum development officer. “Like” for Provenance Research and Conservation Treatment Read Abstract ​ All members

  • Emily Kaplan

    Emily Kaplan Conservator Acting Head of Conservation National Museum of the American Indian Previous Next Washington, DC, USA MEMBER INFORMATION Participant 2021 Emily Kaplan has been an objects conservator at the National Museum of the American Indian since 1994; she currently serves as Acting Head of Conservation. Her research interests include materiality and provenance studies of historic and archaeological museum collections. Emily is committed to collaborative practice in conservation through partnerships with Indigenous communities and artists. She works closely with her colleagues to manage the NMAI Conservation Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship program. ​ ​ All members

  • Marguerite Mangin

    Marguerite Mangin Senior Advisor The Richard Lounsbery Foundation Previous Next New York, NY, USA MEMBER INFORMATION Participant 2021 Marguerite Mangin advises the Richard Lounsbery Foundation on both scientific projects and French-American efforts. Marguerite is also the Secretary and Project Coordinator for the Leonardo da Vinci DNA Project, overseeing an international group of scientists, anthropologists and art historians. Her lifelong passion for scientific research and education began in Paris, where she received her Ph.D. in Molecular Biology. She then spent 10 years at Yale University where she purified a new peptide hormone implicated in bone cancer, before joining The Rockefeller University as administrator. ​ ​ All members

  • Caroline Bouvier

    Caroline Bouvier PhD student Laboratory of Molecular and Structural Archaeology Sorbonne University Previous Next Paris, France MEMBER INFORMATION Participant 2021 Caroline Bouvier graduated in analytical chemistry and materials science in 2018, and had her first working experiences on painting materials using FTIR and Raman spectroscopies. Currently a PhD candidate in the Laboratory of Molecular and Structural Archaeology (Paris), she works on the analysis of cross sections using Time-Of- Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry, focusing on the binders identification, and on developing the imaging methodology and the data processing thanks to an adapted spectral database., ​ ​ All members

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