• Best Practices for Display and Care of Western Two-Dimensional Objects and East Asian Scrolls and Screens

    July 20
    2-3:30 p.m. (Eastern)
    In collaboration with the AAM Preparation, Art Handling & Collections Care Information Network (PACCIN) and LearningTimes

    Registration includes access to the live webinar with interactive chat features, presentation handouts, closed-captioning, chat transcripts, and access to the recorded webinar for six months.

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    DESCRIPTIONIn this webinar, experienced practitioners will discuss basic principles and practices for handling two-dimensional Western objects, including works on paper and paintings. In comparison, guidelines for safe display and care of traditional East Asian painting and calligraphy formats will be addressed.
    How Will I Benefit?
    After participating in this webinar, attendees will be better able to:
    1. Apply basic principles for handling,storing and displaying objects in their own collections
    2. Explore problem-solving techniques to address various types of object-handling and display situations
    3. Promote best practices for handling two-dimensional objects

    Who Should Attend?
    Collections staff involved with registration, conservation, art handling, preparation, and framers, matters, mountmakers, and installers

    PRESENTERSAndrew Hare, Supervisory Conservator, East Asian Painting, Smithsonian Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Washington, DCWalter Andersons, Collections Manager, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

    Greg Stevens,Assistant Director, Professional Development, AAM
    Jonathan Finkelstein,Founder and Executive Producer, Learning Times

    REGISTRATION Registration includes:

    • Access to the live webinar, including interactive chat features and closed-captioning
    • Presentation handouts and other resources before and after the program
    • Access to the recorded webinar for six months
    INDIVIDUALS:(Includes a single login; designed for one individual viewing the webinar from one computer) AAM member: $40
    Non-member: $75 (Not an AAM member yet? Join today and save!)

    GROUPS:(Includes a single login; designed for groups who will gather around and participate in sessions from one computer)
    AAM member: $80
    Non-member: $155(Not an AAM member yet? Join today and save!)

    REGISTER ONLINE or download the registration form

    NOTE: Registration closes at 12pm (Eastern) on July 20. No refunds will be given once registration has been processed. If pre-registered, you should receive registration notice via email within 24 hours of your purchase.