Explore the importance of the first 24–28 hours in
responding to water emergencies that impact works on paper, including the
benefits and implications of a variety of responses (keeping objects wet, air
drying, freezing, etc.). Presenters share real-life examples of water
emergencies, responses taken, lessons learned, and tips for next steps beyond
the 24–48 hour response period. This webinar focuses on paper, but not
paintings, drawings, etc.
- Ellen Carrlee,
conservator, Alaska State Museum, Juneau
Julie A. Page,
co-coordinator, California Preservation Program, and Western States and
Territories Preservation Assistance Service, San Diego
director of library and archives, California Historical Society, San Francisco
paper/photograph conservator, National Park Service, Harper’s Ferry Center,
Conservation, Harper’s Ferry, W.Va.
Original 2010 program produced and sponsored by LearningTimes, in
collaboration with the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and
Artistic Works (AIC).