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Jodie Lee Utter

Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Conservator
Fort Worth, Texas
Jodie Utter is the conservator of works on paper for the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. She has worked in paper conservation as a technician, contract conservator, sole proprietor, and staff conservator in private practice and in institutions for the past twenty-five years. She holds a graduate degree from the Art Conservation Program at Winterthur/University of Delaware. She has worked for the MFA in Boston, Harvard University, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Baltimore Museum of Art. In addition, she has taught numerous classes and workshops and given lectures on conservation, preservation, and historic artists’ materials. Utter has conducted extensive research on the watercolor materials and techniques of Charles M. Russell, resulting in numerous lectures, articles and a technical study published in the definitive book Charles M. Russell, Watercolors 1887-1926. Her study was awarded the American Institute for Conservation 2016 Publication Award for excellence in writing on conservation topics. Utter is a fellow of the International Institute for Conservation (IIC) and the American Institute for Conservation (AIC). She serves as the Education chair for the Book and Paper Group (BPG) for AIC and is also on the AIC Nominating Committee. She is a member of the Western Association for Art Conservation (WAAC), the Midwest Regional Conservation Guild (MRCG), and the American Society of Trace Evidence Examiners (ASTEE).
Tuesday, May 29
 

5:15pm

 
Wednesday, May 30
 

8:30am

6:00pm

 
Thursday, May 31
 

8:20am

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6:30pm

 
Friday, June 1
 

7:30am

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12:00pm

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2:30pm

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5:00pm

5:45pm

 
Saturday, June 2
 

7:45am

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12:00pm

2:00pm

2:30pm

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