INCCA/CAN! Mentoring at AIC 48 Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City

By J. Luca Ackerman posted 03-09-2020 14:01

  

The Contemporary Art Network (CAN!) in association with INCCA (International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art) is proud to announce its upcoming Mentoring Program consisting of two tracks; the presentation scheme, and speed mentoring session at the upcoming Annual Meeting (AIC 48) in Salt Lake City. 

Launched in 2018 by INCCA, it has been designed to operate around specific short-term activities, such as conferences. The first edition took place during the SBMK summit in November 2018 and was a great success. Then in March 2019, a lively speed-mentoring session at the NACCA conference in Maastricht took place, followed by a session at Future Talks in Munich, November 2019. More information can be found here:  https://www.incca.org/incca-mentoring-programme . The speed mentoring session will take place on Friday, May 22nd, at 1:00 - 1:50 PM in the Exhibit Hall, Salt Palace Convention Center. 

For AIC 48th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, the following Mentors have been selected and have generously agreed to participate in our program:

Michelle Barger - Head of Conservation, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)

Francesca Esmay - Conservator, Panza Collection, Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York

Christine Frohnert - Partner, Bek & Frohnert LLC, Conservation of Contemporary Art, New York

Per Knutås - Head of Conservation, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Jay Krueger - Head of Painting Conservation, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Pip LaurensonHead of Collection Care Research, Tate, UK and Professor of Art, Collection and Care at the University of Maastricht

Chris McGlinchey - Sally and Michael Gordon Senior Conservation Scientist, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York

Kate Moomaw - Associate Conservator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Denver Art Museum

Sylvie Pénichon - Head of Photograph Conservation, Art Institute of Chicago

Flavia Perugini - Associate Conservator of Objects and Time-Based Media, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


More information such as mentor bios, how to sign up, is soon to follow. This program will first be open to CAN! members as well as ECPN before being made accessible to the wider AIC membership. Sign-ups for both presentation scheme and speed-mentoring sessions will be open from April 1st, 2020. Look for more information on the CAN! Community Page.

CAN! would like to thank both the INCCA Steering Committee and AIC staff in advance, for providing this opportunity for our members. 


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