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Fellows Colloquium—New Conservation Research

Friday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

Bonnie J. Sacerdote Lecture Hall, Uris Center for Education Show location on map

The Met's current fellows present brief papers on their research and explore common scholarly questions in panel discussions. Today's schedule is:

10:00 a.m.

Joanne Dyer, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Scientific Research, "Immunological Methods for the Investigation of Organic Binding Media in Ancient Egyptian Polychrome Works of Art"

Guia Rossignoli, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Objects Conservation, "Polychrome and Punched Leather: Southern European Decorative Wall Schemes"

Dawn Lohnas, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Objects Conservation, "Understanding an Early Peruvian Ceramic Tradition: A Technical Study of Post-fire Painted Paracas Ceramics"

Intermission

11:30 a.m.

Pei-Ching Liu, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Asian Art Conservation, "The Conservation of Chinese Hanging Scrolls at the Metropolitan Museum"

Janka Krizanova, Research Scholar in Photograph Conservation, "Technical Research on the Diane Arbus Archive"

Chiara Romano, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Textile Conservation, "Italian Buratto and Filet: Renaissance Polychrome Nets from the Lace Collection of the Metropolitan Museum"

Panel discussion with Beth Edelstein, Associate Conservator, Objects Conservation

These colloquia are made possible in part by Mrs. Henry S. Blackwood.

Part of Fellows Colloquia.

Assistive listening devices are available from the ushers.Assistive listening devices are available from the ushers.

Free with Museum admission

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