May 19 @ 1:10 – 1:20 pm, Book & Paper – Session
- June 24 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Objects and SPNHC Joint Session
5465 E. Cheryl Parkway, Madison, WI 53711 USA
Contact: Kodi Morton
Ph: 608-276-3017 Fx: 608-276-3006
Bruker is one of the world’s leading analytical instrumentation companies. We cover a broad spectrum of advanced solutions in all fields of research and development. Bruker’s innovative methods and non-destructive analytical techniques help to protect and preserve artifacts and historical monuments all over the world.
Getty Conservation Institute
- May 12 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Creating Connections & Community During COVID – Part 1
- May 19 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, Book & Paper – Session 4
- May 25 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, Research & Technical Studies – Session 2
1200 Getty Center Dr., Ste. 700, Los Angeles, CA 90049 USA
Contact: Anna Zagorski
The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) works internationally to advance conservation practice in the visual arts—broadly interpreted to include objects, collections, architecture, and sites. The Institute serves the conservation community through scientific research, education and training, field projects, and the dissemination of information. In all its endeavors, the GCI creates and delivers knowledge that contributes to the conservation of the world's cultural heritage.
- May 12 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, On Display – Part 1 Session
- June 4 @ 1:05 – 1:10 pm, Collection Care – Session 4
- June 22 @ 3:50 – 4:00 pm, Objects – Session 1
205 Mount Auburn St., Watertown, MA 02472 USA
Contact: Bruno Goppion, Ted Paschkis
Ph: 617-297-2546 Fx: 617-848-2641
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Goppion designs, develops, builds, and installs state-of-the-art display cases and museum installations. We work with curators, designers, and conservators to resolve all exhibition display-related issues with engineering solutions. Our tradition of innovation is sustained by our collaborations with our clients, including some of the most highly regarded architects, designers, and cultural institutions throughout the world.
Tru Vue, Inc
- May 12 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, On Display – Part 2
- May 25 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, Research & Technical Studies/Imaging Working Group
9400 West 55th St., Countryside, IL 60525 USA
Contact: Yadin Larochette
Ph: 312-758-3737 Fx: 708-854-2660
With nearly 50 years of proven protection and preservation, Tru Vue fine art acrylic and glass solutions, including Optium Museum Acrylic and UltraVue Laminated Glass, are trusted by conservation and fine art professionals to protect and display the most celebrated artworks in the world. We work closely with the museum community to develop products that meet superior aesthetic and conservation standards. For more information visit our website.
- May 13 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, Transformative Research and Treatment in the Care of Natural History Collections – Part 2
1103 Laurel Oak Rd., Ste. 107, Voorhees, NJ 08043 USA
Contact: Ryan Skorch
With over 70 years of museum showcase experience across the globe, Click Netherfield is one of the leading international showcase producers, highly regarded for personal attention to detail, and relentless commitment to our Clients’ conservation standards. With Click Netherfield, “Showcasing Your Vision” is a trustworthy partnership based on collaboration and the ability to tailor and adapt plans at every stage of your project. We do this through our unique ability to handle every part of your project in-house to exacting standards by experienced staff who work collaboratively, listening as much as managing, in every aspect of your project.
Foster + Freeman USA, Inc.
- May 18 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Book & Paper – Session 1
- June 15 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, Book & Paper and Photographic Materials Joint Session – Session 2
46030 Manekin Plaza, Ste. 170, Sterling, VA 20166 USA
Contact: David Tobin
Ph: 888-445-5048 Fx: 888-445-5049
Manufacturer of the Video Spectral Comparator (or “VSC”) range of instruments for examining documents, paintings, and similar items. Also showing a new system suitable for larger items, called the Crime-lite ML-PRO. Sophisticated optics and specialized lighting allow viewing at various magnifications, throughout the UV, visible and infrared wavebands. Images are easily captured, analyzed, and compared via the user-friendly software.
G.C. Laser Systems, Inc.
- May 18 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Architecture – Session 1
- May 26 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Wooden Artifacts – Session 2
900 S. Des Plaines Ave., Forest Park, IL 60130 USA
Contact: Magdalena Dajnowski
Ph: 844-532-10641 Fx: 773-353-8699
G.C. Laser Systems, Inc. designs and builds unique laser systems specifically for art and architecture conservation. Our compact and portable systems, such as the GC-1, offer unmatched precision and control over the level of cleaning. We also offer custom built laser cleaning solutions and laser cleaning training.
Hollinger Metal Edge, Inc.
- May 12 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, Creating Connections & Community During COVID – Part 1
- May 18 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, Book & Paper – Session 2
9401 Northeast Drive, Fredericksburg, VA 22408 USA
Contact: Bob Henderson
Ph: 800-634-0491 Fx: 800-947-8814
Hollinger Metal Edge, Inc. has been the leading supplier of archival storage products for Conservators, Museums, Government and Institutional Archives, Historical Societies, Libraries, Universities, Galleries and Private Collectors for over 65 years. Famous for The Hollinger Box – the metal edged gray document cases that fill the shelves of thousands of organizations, we offer a wide variety of box styles made with various appropriate materials to store any collectible. We also supply conservation materials, inert polyester, polypropylene and Tyvek products, archival folders, buffered and unbuffered envelopes, Permalife bond papers, and buffered and unbuffered tissue paper. Hollinger Metal Edge manufactures custom orders on a daily basis and is committed to educational support for preservation workshops. Please contact us regarding your workshop, and we will provide free catalogs and samples as required.
Kremer Pigments, Inc.
247-C West 29th St., Frnt. 1, New York, NY 10001 USA
Contact: Roger Carmona
Ph: 212-219-2394 Fx: 212-219-2395
For over 40 years, Kremer Pigments continues to research, produce, and procure the highest quality pigments and raw materials for all types of historical fine arts recipes. Dr. Georg Kremer began making pigments in 1977 by producing Smalt–a 19th century cobalt-based synthetic blue. His inventory of pigments has grown steadily year by year and continues to grow with the most recent mineral pigment, Thulit. Conservators, gilders, decorative painters, luthiers, dyers, and all manner of artists rely on Kremer Pigments to supply hard-to-find ingredients for their specific needs. Today, Kremer Pigments NYC is the only store outside of Germany to carry the full inventory of over 1,000 historical raw materials.
- June 23 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Objects – Session 3
7F, No. 91, Xinhu 1st Rd., Neihu District, Taipei 114 Taiwan
Contact: Ranganath Varma
Tel: +886 2-2796-8909 Fx: +886 2-2796-8910
Website: www.artxray.net; www.nanoray.com
NanoRay, headquartered in Taiwan, has pioneered the design and development of Transmission X-Ray technology for its application in Non-Destructive Testing – Automated Art Inspection. NanoRay has successfully developed a portfolio of intelligent Automated Art X-Ray Inspection solutions, with patented Transmission X-Ray Technology, to help in preventive maintenance, restoration and research of art objects like Paintings, Sculptures, Relics, artifacts etc and ensure the safe keep of priceless heritage of mankind.
- May 26 @ 3:55 - 4:00 pm, Research & Technical Studies – Case Studies
- June 10 @ 12:50 – 1:00 pm, Contemporary Art/Electronic Media Joint Session
J. Duikerweg 14, 1703 DH Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands
Contact: Chantal Patrick
Ph: +31 725 320 444
Over the past 20 years Picturae has become an experienced knowledge partner for the natural history community worldwide. We combine a love for the heritage industry with our passion for technology and our expertise in digitizing, preserving, managing, enriching and unlocking natural history collections. We continuously work on making valuable collections accessible to science and society. It goes without saying that we have state-of-the-art digitization systems, but our strength is also mechanical ingenuity. In other words: We love to create creative and inventive solutions.
TandD US, LLC
- May 13 @ 4:00 – 4:10, Collaborating with Stakeholder Communities – Part 2
- May 25 @ 12:50 – 1:00 pm, Research & Technical Studies – Session 1
534 N. Guadalupe St., Unit 32886, Santa Fe, NM 87501 USA
Contact: Steve Knuth
T&D Corporation manufactures a complete line of network connected and stand-alone Data Loggers that are optimized for automated, error free data collection, remote monitoring and warning notification. T&D’s products offer an extensive array of connectivity options including loggers with built-in network interfaces, wireless handheld data shuttles, network and cellular gateways, and even BlueTooth interfaces for direct connection to smart phones and tablets. Developed specifically for Museum and Archive applications, T&D produces 4 in 1 loggers that record Temperature, Humidity, Illuminance, and Ultra Violet light, that also maintain internal running exposure totals. T&D offers an exceptional value proposition to its customers through its completely free WebStorage Service. T&D Corporation, the world’s leading supplier of wireless data loggers, is headquartered in Matsumoto Japan, and has been engaged in the design, development and manufacture of high reliability, high quality electronic measurement systems since 1986.
University Products, Inc.
- May 13 @ 1:00 – 1:10, Collaborating with Stakeholder Communities – Part 1
- May 19 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Book & Paper – Session 3
PO Box 101, Holyoke, MA 01041 USA
Contact: John A. Dunphy
Ph: 413-532-3372 Fx: 800-532-9281
University Products, the leading supplier of conservation tools, equipment and archival storage enclosures, provides a variety of new tools and equipment for conservation. Working with our international partners, Preservation Equipment (PEL) in Europe and Marco Polo in Mexico, University Products selection of tools and equipment is the most complete selection of products specifically designed for AIC members. In addition, our Lineco division offers a variety of conservation framing materials including Klucel G and wheat and rice starch, as well as a many conservation quality papers and tapes.
- June 2 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, CCN – Session 1
- June 7 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, CAN! – Session 1
5718 Airport Freeway, Haltom City, TX 76117 USA
Contact: Matt Jaroma
BMS CAT offers restoration and reconstruction services to customers all over the world. Over the years, we have helped thousands of clients recover from disasters – both big and small. By providing recovery services to mitigate fire, water and storm damage, we help reestablish businesses and restore communities. When Mother Nature or man-made accidents strike, we are there for you with a full range of disaster recovery and restoration services. Founded in 1948, our company has the experience, equipment and people to handle any size restoration job.
Crystalizations Systems, Inc.
- June 3 @ 1:15 – 1:20 pm, Collection Care – Session 3
- June 23 @ 12:40 – 12:50 pm, Paintings – Session 2
1401 Lincoln Ave., Holbrook, NY 11741 USA
Contact: Patricia Ellenwood
Ph: 631-467-0090 Fx: 631-467-0061
CSI’s newest innovation, the secure and eminently maneuverable Transporter System, arrives fully assembled and is changing how you move collections and exhibitions, room to room, gallery to gallery, location to location. CSI has manufactured storage solutions for leading museums, galleries, and private collections since 1976. All CSI storage systems, including our well-known Moving Painting, Rolled Textile and PerfectFit™ Kits, incorporate the masterful application of superior design, quality aluminum materials and aerospace engineering manufacturing techniques.
- June 4 @ 1:10 – 1:15 pm, Collection Care – Session 2
- June 9 @ 1:30 – 2:00 pm, CAN!/EMG Joint Session - Transforming Ownership into a Network of Care – Part 1
PO Box 4901, Syracuse, NY 13212 USA
Contact: Ronda Buck
Ph: 800-448-6160 Fx: 800-272-3412
Visit Gaylord Archival to see our new and innovative Frank Showcase System! It’s the first patented, fully demountable acrylic showcase system in the world—it ships flat! Let us help you bring your exhibit to life with our unparalleled selection of cases, as well as everything you need to prepare, install, display and protect your collections. If you are looking for something specific, we offer unlimited options for customization. We also carry a comprehensive selection of preservation products and conservation materials, many of which are handcrafted at our headquarters, so we can respond quickly to your custom requirements. Our wide array of museum-quality cabinets, art storage systems and flat files address your long-term storage needs. To maintain your storage environment, look to Gaylord Archival for environmental controls and monitoring devices that will suit any need or budget. Learn more about our products by visiting our website.
Onset HOBO Data Loggers
- May 26 @ 12:50 – 1:00 pm, Research & Technical Studies – Session 3
- June 8 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, CAN! – Session 2
470 McArthur Blvd., Bourne, MA 05232 USA
Contact: Sean Kelly
Used in museums, archives, and exhibit spaces worldwide, Onset’s award-winning Bluetooth-enabled HOBO temperature and humidity data loggers protect irreplaceable objects, including the best-surviving copy of the Magna Carta, which was on display to commemorate the document’s 800-year anniversary. And with the new MX Gateway, users can remotely manage data, receive alarm notifications via email or text, and create custom dashboards in HOBOlink, Onset’s cloud software. Based on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Onset has been designing and manufacturing its products on site since the company’s founding in 1981.
Opus Instruments (Atik Cameras)
- May 26 @ 12:50 – 1:00 pm, Research & Technical Studies – Session 3
- June 10 @ 1:30 – 2:00 pm, CAN!/EMG Joint Session - Transforming Ownership Into a Network of Care – Part 2
Unit 8 Lodge Farm Barns, New Rd., Norwich, Norfolk NR9 3LZ United Kingdom
Contact: Catherine Wilkinson
Opus Instruments are the team behind the world’s leading cameras for Infrared Reflectography. The renowned Apollo camera has been used to examine hundreds of artworks at leading institutions, galleries and auction houses around the globe, making notable contributions within the fields of both art conservation and art history. Apollo allows you to capture and explore infrared reflectographs in more depth and detail than ever before.
Prairie Paper, University of Illinois, Library
- May 20 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Book & Paper – Session 5
- June 16 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, Photographic Materials – Session 2
1408 West Gregory Dr., Rm 425, Urbana, IL 61801 USA
Contact: Jennifer Hain Teper
Prairie Paper is a sustainable option for conservation and the fine arts, ideal for case bindings, printable, and available in multiple weights. All papers have a relatively stable pH and minimal color change after artificial aging. Our carbon footprint is significantly lower than traditional paper-making studios from using locally sourced ingredients, solar powered studios, and high-efficiency stoves for cooking fibers.
57640 North Eleventh St., Calumet, MI 49913 USA
Contact: Robert Sturos
Ph: 906-337-3018 Fx: 906-337-2930
REL is an Original Equipment Manufacturer located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. REL has inherent knowledge of material deformation, energy absorption and machining. This understanding allows REL to design, develop, and manufacture the most severely tested, inspection products on the market. REL’s product line consists of the most space efficient FPI systems and highly engineered LED lighting solutions for Non-Destructive Evaluation.
- June 23 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, Objects – Session 4
19 Butternut St., Greenfield, MA 01301 USA
Contact: Michael Dunphy
Ph: 413-772-0889 Fx: 413-773-7386
SmallCorp manufactures products for the display, conservation and storage of works of art, textiles and objects. Our frames and display cases figure prominently in museum and corporate collections. SmallCorp customers include picture framers, galleries, art conservators and related institutions, and professionals.
Studio Arts College International
Exhibitor Experience: TBD
454 W. 19th
St., New York, NY 10011 USA
Contact: Racini Aranda
Ph: 212-248-7225 Fx: 212-248-7222
Studio Arts College International (SACI) is more than an opportunity to study abroad in Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance. Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), SACI offers a wide range of innovative, hands-on graduate and undergraduate programs in traditional and contemporary studio arts, design, conservation, art history, and Italian language and culture. Programs integrate diverse disciplines and emphasize the essential role of art and design in how we shape and sustain our planet both socially and environmentally.
Applied Surface Technologies
- May 27 @ 1:30 – 1:40 pm, Research & Technical Studies and SPNHC Joint Session
15 Hawthorne Drive, New Providence, NJ 07974 USA
Contact: Robert Sherman
Applied Surface Technologies will demonstrate CO2 Snow Cleaning as applied to cleaning and restoring art. We will demonstrate the CO2 Snow Cleaning units, with and without heated compressed air about the CO2 snow stream, for cleaning different materials and items. CO2 snow can remove soot, hydrocarbon oils, fingerprints, dust, particles of all sizes, polishing residues and more. Examples shown include fingerprints on a polymer structure, polishing and wax residues, soot and, more.
- May 20 @ 1:30 – 1:40 pm, SPNHC – Specimen Spotlight
600-80 Richmond St. W., Toronto, ON M5H 2A4 Canada
Contact: Rielle Ullberg
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Axiell provides software and services which help institutions organize and share culture and knowledge with the world. Our solutions help our community of global customers to manage their collections, encourage reading, preserve cultural heritage, improve learning, and increase engagement with the public.
Barnett Technical Services
- May 27 @ 1:30 – 1:40 pm, Research & Technical Studies and SPNHC Joint Session
5050 Laguna Blvd., Ste. 112-620, Elk Grove, CA 95758 USA
Contact: Steve Barnett
Supplier of Micro Support bench top micromanipulators for precise micro-sampling on a scale that is invisible to the naked eye. We also supply larger systems to assist with restoration. Our systems include probes, knives, and scrapers to facilitate chemical analysis or cleaning. Systems can be full micromanipulators with arms or individual arms for sampling on larger works.
- June 14 @ 12:55 – 1:05 pm, SPNHC - Collection Theft and Security - Monitoring of Collections
Ukkolantie 18 A 2, Joensuu, 80130 Joensuu, Finland
Contact: Hannu Saarenmaa
Ph: +358 401 75 0427
Bioshare builds conveyor-driven mass-digitization lines for natural history collections. Our lines can be flexibly converted for several object types such as herbarium sheets, whole insect drawers, pinned individual insects, samples stored in liquids, bones, skins, etc. There is worldwide delivery and support. Bioshare also offers mass-digitization service at its base in Finland. Our staff has been involved in biodiversity informatics since 1990's, and is experienced in large international projects.
Carestream Non-Destructive Testing
- June 15 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Book & Paper and Photographic Materials Joint Session – Session 1
150 Verona St., Rochester, NY 14608 USA
Contact: Stephen Pflanz
Ph: 585-627-6705; Cell: 585-230-0972
Carestream NDT is a worldwide provider of X-ray imaging systems used by Art Conservatories around the world. Products include digital computed radiography (CR) systems, digital radiography (DR) systems, imaging plates, cassettes, DICONDE archiving, conventional film & chemicals, automatic film processing equipment and accessories. Our innovative solutions enable our customers’ success and reveal critical information on priceless works of art and artifacts. Our award-winning products keep conservators at the forefront of technological advancements in art imaging.
- May 18 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Book & Paper – Session1
5301 Beethoven St., Ste. 170, Los Angeles, CA 90066 USA
Contact: Tommaso Garavaglia
The CoLibrì Cover System offers the most advanced, highest quality book covering system available worldwide. Our easy and innovative system allows any type and size of book to be covered with the touch of a button. The system consists of a simple desktop machine and polyethylene covers. This carefully designed system is the simplest and most practical book covering system available.
- June 2 @ 3:50 – 3:55 pm, Collections Care Network
5600 9th Ave S., Birmingham, AL 35212 USA
Contact: Melissa King
Conserv is a platform for preventive conservation – integrating risk management for environment, pests, and other agents of deterioration into a single tool for collections. We sell subscriptions for wireless sensors that measure temperature, relative humidity, and light and utilize LoRaWAN technology with cellular network capabilities for extended range. Our subscription also includes access to expert preventive conservation consultations, regular software updates, and triennial calibration, battery replacement, and sensor hardware upgrades. We offer free software analytic tools for environmental monitoring and integrated pest management. Conserv is partnering with researchers and practitioners to build the next generation of sensors and software for cultural heritage preservation.
Delta Design Ltd.
- June 22 @ 1:10 – 1:20 pm, Objects – Session 1
1535 NW 25th
St., Topeka, KS 66618 USA
Contact: Peter Doucette
Ph: 785-234-2244 Ext. 220 Fx: 785-233-1020
Delta Designs specializes in the custom designs, professional manufacture and personal installation of quality museum storage equipment. Our products meet the highest standards of conservation practice for historical artifacts, art objects, textiles, scientific specimens and archival materials.
- June 1 @ 1:00 – 1:15 pm, Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (SPNHC)
35 W. 35th St., Floor 10, Suite #1001-1002, New York, NY 10001 USA
Contact: Kate Stone
DT Heritage is the leading manufacturer of digitization solutions including advanced copy systems, scanning platforms, and automation software for your collections. Using our diverse backgrounds in engineering, photography, conservation, and collections management, we provide custom solutions to enhance productivity without sacrificing image quality. Our service division, Pixel Acuity, delivers preservation-grade digitization to our clients. Equipped for all material types, our team of imaging experts are prepared for the challenges of your collection.
Dorfman Museum Figures, Inc.
- June 15 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Textiles – Session 1
6224 Holabird Ave., Baltimore, MD 21224 USA
Contact: Chad Grob
Ph: 410-284-3248 Fx: 410-284-3249
Dorfman Museum Figures, Inc. is the leader in creating three-dimensional Ethafoam Conservation Forms for archival display and storage of your artifact garments. Choose between our full Economy Ethafoam Man and Woman, Dress and Suit Forms, Classic Forms, Storage Hat Mounts, Conservation Hangers, and more. In addition to our standard product line, we can create custom Ethafoam forms to fit specific needs.
- May 11, Opening General Session
1200 Getty Center Dr., Ste. 500, Los Angeles, CA 90049 USA
Contact: Kimberley Westad
Ph: 310-440-7506 Fx: 310-440-7758
Getty Publications produces award-winning titles that result from or complement the work of the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Getty Conservation Institute, and the Getty Research Institute. This wide variety of books covers the fields of art, photography, archaeology, architecture, conservation, and the humanities for both the general public and specialists.
Hiromi Paper, Inc.
- May 20 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Book & Paper – Session 5
9469 Jefferson Blvd., Ste. 117, Culver City, CA 90232 USA
Contact: Yuki & Hiromi Katayama
Ph: 310-998-0098 Fx: 310-998-0028
Specializing in papers from Japan and around the World since 1988, Hiromi Paper, Inc. has been devoted to the creation of a greater rapport between Japanese papermakers, conservators, printers, artists, and bookmakers, while developing new directions and a deeper understanding of Japanese papers or WASHI. We not only strive to support papermakers and the traditions, but to also grow with the present and future needs of the people that use the papers.
- May 25 @ 4:10 – 4:20 pm, Research & Technical Studies – Session 2
100 Commerce Way, Ste. 4, Hackensack, NJ 07601 USA
Contact: Austin Yao
Ph: 201-342-2600 Ext 205 Fx: 201-342-7322
Hirox is the pioneer of 3D Digital Microscope System. Our digital microscope system is a versatile tool for measurement, recording, and see things “as they truly are.” Hirox’s high-quality optical and lighting designs allow a magnification range of 0x-10,000x, live focus, and real-time 2D/3D tiling with an automated XY stage.
Huntington T. Block Insurance Agency, Inc.
- May 11 @ 1:35 - 1:50 pm, Opening General Session - A Local Approach to the Global Problems of 2020: The Washington Conservation Guild and its Responses to the Black Lives Matter
1120 20th St. NW, Ste. 600, Washington, DC 20036 USA
Contact: Ever Song
Ph: 202-429-8506 Fx: 312-381-0698
The American Institute for Conservation (AIC) and Huntington T. Block Insurance Agency, Inc. (HTB) have partnered to provide AIC’s members with the Conservator’s Insurance Program – an insurance solution customized to your unique exposures.
Jack Richeson & Co.
- June 23 @ 1:50 – 1:00 pm, Paintings – Session 2
557 Marcella St., Kimberly, WI 54136 USA
Contact: Chrissy Stuczynski
Ph: 920-738-0744 Fx: 920-738-9156
Jack Richeson & Co. is a manufacturer of fine art materials and BEST stretcher bars. We are dedicated to ensuring that you receive a quality product that is always in stock with on-time shipments and superior customer service. BEST museum quality stretcher bars are available in six profiles from 8” to 144” every bar is selected from the finest raw materials and must be free of knots and completely straight.
MICRO - MicroCT Imaging
- June 17 @ 4:00 – 4:10 pm, Photographic Materials – Session 3
227 N. Harmon Ave., JBHT-304, Fayetteville, AR 72701 USA
Contact: Manon Wilson
MICRO offers microCT scanning of cultural artifacts and other natural history specimens and samples. Working with conservators, we have scanned pottery, musical instruments, seed bags, sherds, coral, fossils, recent zoological specimens, and geological samples. Created in 2018, MICRO has one of the newest models of micro-CT scanners, with three X-ray emitting targets that penetrate low and high-density objects to provide crystal-clear imaging. MICRO is a world leader in diceCT scanning. Our technician has ten years of museum artifact handling experience and will take great care of your objects.
Middleton Spectral Vision
- May 26 @ 3:50 – 4:00 pm, Research & Technical Studies – Session 4
8505 University Green, Middleton, WI 53562 USA
Contact: Chris Draves
Middleton Spectral Vision is an innovative company specializing in hyperspectral imaging and spectroscopy. Art and cultural heritage are an important area of interest to us. Hyperspectral imaging is a proven technique for looking at underdrawings in paintings, color analysis, and chemical composition. We seek to develop easy to use systems that deliver high-quality images along with powerful analysis software to assist in the understanding of valuable works of art.
MuseuM Services Corporation
- June 3 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, CCN – Session 3
385 Bridgepoint Way, South St. Paul, MN 55075 USA
Contact: Linda Butler
Ph: 651-450-8954 Fx: 651-554-9217
MuseuM Services Corporation would like to thank the art conservation community for its support in this, our 40th anniversary year. MuseuM Services Corporation remains committed to safely and efficiently serving you with equipment, supplies and services. Please check out our newly launched website and call or email us with your conservation equipment and supply needs.
National Center for Preservation Technology & Training (NCPTT)
- May 19 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Architecture – Session 2
645 University Parkway, Natchitoches, LA 71457 USA
Contact: Jason Church
Ph: 318-356-7444 Fx: 318-356-9119
The National Park Service’s National Center for Preservation Technology and Training protects America’s historic legacy by equipping professionals in the field of historic preservation with progressive technology-based research and training. Since its founding in 1994, NCPTT has awarded over $7 million in grants for research that fulfills its mission of advancing the use of science and technology in the fields of archaeology, architecture, landscape architecture and materials conservation.
NEDCC | Northeast Document Conservation Center
- May 21 @ 1:40 – 2:00 pm, Book & Paper – Discussion Session
100 Brickstone Square., Andover, MA 01810 USA
Contact: Bill Veillette
Founded in 1973, NEDCC | Northeast Document Conservation Center specializes in the preservation of paper-based materials for cultural institutions, government agencies, and private collections. NEDCC serves clients nationwide, providing conservation treatment for book, photograph, and paper collections, including works of art on paper, Asian art, and oversize works. NEDCC provides digital imaging, audio preservation, assessments, consultations, training, and disaster assistance, and is a trusted resource for preservation information worldwide.
Polygon US Corporation
- June 16 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Photographic Materials – Session 1
7377 William Ave., Ste. 100, Allentown, PA 18106 USA
Contact: Matt DeCirce
Polygon owns state-of-the-art vacuum freeze-drying chambers that utilize low pressure to create the most effective drying solution for archives damaged by fire, water, and mold. Polygon offers services such as archive cleaning, mold remediation, pest eradication (blast freezing), digital imaging and secured destruction. Polygon can also recover all types of film media. Polygon provides 24/7 emergency response, with 26 office locations throughout North America and 3 dedicated archive recovery centers.
Print File, Inc.
- June 17 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, Photographic Materials – Session 3
1846 S. Orange Blossom Trl., Apopka, FL 32703 USA
Contact: Gene Amoroso
Ph: 407-886-3100 Fx: 407-886-0008
Print File Archival Storage at www.printfile.com, is your complete source for innovative product solutions that include traditional or digital photographic presentation and storage needs as well as the lowest prices on all document and paper-borne storage materials. With Print File’s expertise, spanning more than 50 years, institutions have been using Print File products in housing their valuable collections and archives. Print File’s commitment to deliver only the highest quality products throughout the world has established our reputation as the world leader in museum quality storage. Print File Archival Storage will continue to be your partner in preserving the memories of yesterday, for the appreciation of tomorrow’s generations.
RH Conservation Engineering
- June 22 @ 1:10 – 1:20 pm, Paintings – Session 1
“Meakins Rise” 16 Meakins Rd., Flinders, Victoria 3929, Australia
Contact: Robin Hodgson
Ph: +61 419-892919
Established in 1991 by conservator Robin Hodgson, RH Conservation Engineering is a research driven supplier of the most innovative, technically advanced and aesthetically pleasing equipment available, providing consistent quality results in the conservation of human artistic and cultural heritage. Many of the materials and manufacturing techniques used in our equipment come from the aerospace, electronics, and advanced manufacturing industries.
- June 17 @ 1:00 – 1:10 pm, SPNHC – Educational Tool Session
1450 Janesville Ave., Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 USA
Contacts: Ben Adamitus
Protect the past and prepare for the future with reconfigurable museum cabinets, shelving, art screens, compactors, and more. Spacesaver's engineers and project managers team up with your local distributor to provide design assistance, installation, and maintenance for any collections care space, large or small. Call 800-255-8170 to arrange a free on-site consultation or visit us at Spacesaver.com.
- June 2 @ 1:10 – 1:20 pm, CCN – Session 1
330 Morgan Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11211 USA
Contacts: Jacob Salik
Bookbinding, Conservation and Archival supplies. Visit our website to see our most recent catalogs and featured new products.
- June 16 @ 1:45 – 2:00 pm, Textiles – Session 2
415 Delaware Ave., W Pittston, PA 18643 USA
Contact: Normandy Klaas
Testfabrics, Inc. is a worldwide supplier and producer of textile testing materials. While used primarily in quality assurance testing, our fabrics have found their way into countless other applications. We stock an inventory of ‘clean’ fabrics, free of sizings, dyes, and finishes. Conservators and museum clients have been using Testfabrics as a resource for over forty years and are critical to our continued product development. We now stock Fosshape as well a wide range of conservation friendly textiles and tools. Requests, questions, and feedback are always welcome and help us provide the conservation world the best service possible.
- June 24 @ 1:10 – 1:20 pm, Paintings – Session 4
52 Main St., Ste. 1, Succassunna, NJ 07876 USA
Contact: Meryl Zweig
Ph: 973-933-2043 Fx: 973-933-2336
We will be presenting our MiScope Megapixel MP3 and our new “premium plus” MiScope Megapixel MP4K. These USB 3 powered devices are portable, lightweight, have a small footprint, and are available for every budget. Their micron level resolution, excellent color accuracy and included precision measurement software with patented calibration tools will improve your process and documentation to image and record the finest details and color pigments for your own purposes or to share with colleagues, or customers. We will demonstrate how the MiScope can be used for art conservation and restoration to image book and paper, photographs, fabric, paintings, objects, historic buildings, sculptures, and anywhere you want to image for damages, to compare and match pigments, or to look to see if something is an original or a copy. Proudly designed and built in New Jersey since 2001.
Zone Display Cases
- June 2 @ 3:55 – 4:00 pm, CCN – Session 2
660 rue de l’Argon, Quebec, QC, G2N 2G5 Canada
Contact: Stephanie Bilodeau
Ph: 1-877-941-4004 ext 103
Zone Display Cases is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-end museum quality display cases made in glass. Based in Canada, we deliver and install our display cases in North America. We provide outstanding customer service and offer fully customizable turnkey solutions that will meet the most demanding conservation requirements and solve complex design and constructability challenges. Our ultimate goal is to present, preserve, and protect your valuable and sensitive artifacts in the most aesthetical and discreet manner.