10/23/2017 Event in Portsmouth, NH

Framer’s CPR – A Day of Conservation, Preservation & Restoration

NEPPFA Fall Event
The New England Professional Picture Framers Association will hold it’s third and final chapter event of 2017. This event is will offer educational seminars, a vendor table top showcase, door prizes, PRINT Competition judging and awards presentation, the awarding of the Warshawer CPF Scholarship, annual elections for the Board of Directors and networking, idea sharing, and friendship.

Educational Seminars:
Three conservators will give presentations about working with canvas, textiles, and works on paper.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
$10 discount for early bird registrants, until September 23.

 

Meeting Day Itinerary:
8:30 am – Check in
9:00-10:20 – Session 1 – Ron Lindholm – Works on Canvas (80 m)
10:25 am – Coffee and Juice Break
10:40-12:00 pm – Session 2 – Camille Breeze – Textiles (80 m)
12:00-1:30 pm – Lunch break – everyone on their own at restaurant downstairs
1:30-2:50 pm – Session 3 – Matthew Jones – Works on Paper (80 m)
3:00-3:30 pm – Meeting – updates – elections – Vendors set up (quietly in the back)
3:30-5:30 pm – Vendor Table Top / light apps, Coffee/dessert / door prizes, Pop Choice Voting
5:30 pm – Competition Awards
6:00 – Adjourn

 

Ron Lindholm

Ron Lindholm of Cape Cod Picture Framing

38+ Years Experience in custom framing and restoration
Member AIC American Institute for Conservation of Art
APAC Academy for Preservation and Art Conservation
Apprenticed with Dr. Simon Coren (Student of Gustav Berger)

Camille Breeze

Camille Breeze of Museum Textile Services

Camille Myers Breeze began her conservation career in 1989 at the Textile Conservation Workshop in South Salem, New York. After earning a BA in Art History from Oberlin College, Camille received an MA in Museum Studies: Costume and Textiles Conservation from the Fashion Institute of Technology. She spent five years in the Textile Conservation Laboratory at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City before moving to the Textile Conservation Center at the American Textile History Museum, in Lowell, Massachusetts. Camille founded Museum Textile Services in 1999 as a full-service textile conservation studio serving museums, historical societies, and private collectors. Museum Textile Services conservation and exhibition collaborations have received awards from the AAM, AASLH, NEMA, and Maine Preservation. In 2015 she co-founded the Andover Figures® line of custom museum forms for conservators and collections specialists.

Camille is a Fellow of the AIC and is a member of both the Latin American Scholarship Committee and Ethics and Standards Committee. She has been a NEMA Independent Museum Professional Co-Chair and she served on the board of the NECA from 2005 to 2011. Camille is an instructor at the International Preservation Studies Center and has taught elsewhere in the United States, the Dominican Republic, and Peru. In 2009, Camille received a grant from the U.S. Department of State to consult with museums in the Dominican Republic on issues of textile conservation. An author of numerous journal articles, Camille published A Survey of American Tapestry Conservation Techniques in 1999, and wrote a chapter in the award-winning 2013 catalog Picturing Enlightenment: Tibetan Tangkas in the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College. She is collaborating on a forthcoming book about textiles at the Peruvian site of Huaca Malena. Curriculum Vitae

Matthew W. Jones

Matthew Jones of The Green Dragon Bindery

Matthew has a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Massachusetts, class of 1991.

Matthew began his apprenticeship at the bindery in 1993 and has been here ever since. His interests include fine arts, antiquities and Japanese Martial Arts.
“It is a great privilege to be entrusted with so many rare and unique objects from the past. Conserving and restoring them allows me to use my skills as an artist, as a historian and sometimes as an alchemist. Matching old colors, paints and dyes account for half of my work.”

 

Special Note: If you prefer to pay with a company check, please make it out to NEPPFA and mail to: 

Framed In Tatnuck  1099 Pleasant St, Worcester, MA 01602

Please include attendee name(s), Shop info, emails, and ticket types being purchased. Your admission tickets will be emailed to you once we receive the information and payment. Mailed registrations are subject to the same cutoff dates and space is subject to availability. Class sizes may be limited.

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