Textile Conservation – Advances in Practice

edited by Frances Lennard, Patricia EwerimagesCAVD5J3T

Butterwoth-Heinemann, 2010

Obsah:

PART ONE: THE CHANGING CONTEXT

Chapter 1     TEXTILE CONSERVATION IN THE HERITAGE SECTOR – F. LENNARD, P. EWER

Case Studies:

1A.     The textile conservator’s role in the project culture: three loan exhibitions – Louise Squire

1B.     Achieving acces through collection care, conservation and display – Ann French

1C.     A volunteer tradition: the evolving role of volunteer in textile conservation at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco – Sarah Gates, Beth Szuhay

1D.    Modern textile conservation at the Victoria and Albert Museum: roots, evolution and rapid changes – Marion Kite

1E.     Entrepreneurship and conservation – Particia Ewer

1F.     Project planning and management – Ksynia Marko, Claire Golbourn

Chapter 2     TREATMENT OPTOINS – WHAT ARE WE CONSERVING? – F. LENNARD, P. EWER

Case Studies:

2A.     Preserving information: two beds with textile hangings dating from the seventeenth century – Nicola Gentle

2B.     Conservation and connoisseurship – Linda Eaton

2C.     Fit for a princess? Materiál culture and the conservation of Grace Kelly’s wedding dress – Dinah Eastop, Bernice Morris

2D.     Ethographic garments: Evolution of exhibition display in response to curatorial interpretation – Christine Giuntini

2E.     Institutional developments and their effect on conservation policies: the Cambusnethan Bog Burial Coat – Helen M. Hughes

Chapter 3     ENGAGING COMMUNITIES – F. LENNARD, P. EWER

Case Studies:

3A.     Partnership in the preservation of tangible and intangible cultural heritage at the National Museum of the American Indian – Susan Heald

3B.     Developing a shotr-term intensive training course in textile conservation for non-conservation museum professionals in Jordan – Mika Takami

3C.     The Esh Winning Miner’s banner project – conservation involvment in a community initiative – Caroline Rendell, Norman Emery, Chris Scott, Jim Devenport

3D.     Negotiation and flexibility: new challanges influencing the management of large, complex textile conservation projects: working in the public view – Maria Jordan

PART TWO: TECHNICAL ADVANCES

Chapter 4     REMEDIAL CONSERVATION – F. LENNARD, P. EWER

Case Studies:

4A.     The preparation of condition reports for costume and textiles at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art – Catherine C. McLean, Susan R. Schmalz

4B.     Recording change: 1978-2008: the cleaning of a needlework sampler – Patsy Orlovsky, Katherine Barker, Karen Clark, Rebecca Johnson-Dibb, Mary Kaldany, Barbara Lehrecke

4C.     The conservation of four 1760s chairs: revealing and reinstating original upholstery features during in situ treatment – Kate Gill

4D.     Advances in adhesive techniques – the conservation of two Coptic tunics at the V&A Museum – Lynda Hillyer

4E.     The conservation and replication of the banner covered ceiling in the Stibbert Museum, Florence, Italy – Mary Westerman Bulgarella

Chapter 5     PREVENTIVE CONSERVATION – F. LENNARD, P. EWER

Case Studies:

5A.     Preventive conservation at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation – Patricia Silence

5B.     Preventive conservation solutions for textile collections – Caroline Rendell

5C.     Working with synthetic fibres: the response of textile conservation to twentieth-century dress – Sarah Howard

Chapter 6     SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENTS – F. LENNARD, P. EWER

Case Studies:

6A.     Integrated multi-spectral imaging, analysis and treatment of an Egyptian tunic – Elizabeth-Ann Haldane, Sara Gillies, Sonia O’Connor, Cathy Batt, Ben Stern

6B.     A study of the microenvironment within preassure mounts – Masumi Kataoka

PART THREE: THE FUTURE

Chapter 7     FUTURE NEEDS AND INFLUENCES – F. LENNARD, P. EWER

Case Studies:

7A.     Definiting features of the TCC’s MA Textile Conservation programme 1999-2009 – Frances Lennard

7B.     Decision making and the broadening of conservation boundaries: a personal perspective – Zoe Roberts

7C.     Teaching preventive conservation and textile treatments in Asia and Africa – Julia M. Brennan

7D.     Modern and contemporary textile art: issues for textile conservators – Ann French

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