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Mari Hagemeyer

The Walters Art Museum
Objects Conservation Fellow
Baltimore, MD
Mari Hagemeyer graduated from the University of Maryland in 2013, receiving a B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering with a minor in French. The following August, she started working as an intern with the U.S. Navy’s Naval History and Heritage Command in the Underwater Archaeology Branch. She spent nine months working with the UAB, on a diverse set of projects ranging from collections management to historical research. After leaving the UAB, she also worked as an intern with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s archaeological conservation lab, and with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s objects lab.



Mari’s focus in her undergraduate program was on soft materials, and she hopes to be able to explore this subject further into the conservation of historical polymeric materials while studying with UCLA/Getty’s program. She is also very interested in conservation ethics and the interplay between anthropological studies and modern-day peoples.

Thursday, May 31
 

8:20am

9:00am

9:30am

11:00am

11:30am

12:00pm

1:15pm

2:00pm

2:30pm

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4:30pm

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9:00pm

 
Friday, June 1
 

7:30am

8:30am

9:00am

9:30am

10:30am

11:00am

11:30am

1:00pm

2:00pm

2:30pm

3:30pm

(Material Transfers & Translations) Flaming Pearls and Flying Phoenixes: Materiality, Research, and Stewardship of Liao Dynasty Metalwork Texas Ballroom BEvelyn Mayberger 02. (Objects) Electroplated silver during a re-lacquering campaign at Winterthur: treatment and analytical insights Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Tia Polidori • Katelyn Rovito • Rosie Grayburn 03. (Objects) THEOPHILUS ON THE HARDENING OF STEEL FILES Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Katrina Zacharias • Dr. Aaron Shugar • Jonathan Thornton 04. (Wooden Artifacts) Investigating the Renaissance Marriage Chest: A Study of the Methods and Materials Used in the Construction of Two Florentine Cassoni from the Workshop of Paolo Uccello Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Sydney Beall • Irma Passeri 08. (Collection Care) Mercuric Chloride Reduction on Feathers Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Stephanie Cashman • Dr. Aaron Shugar 11. (Archaeological Conservation) Conservation in a Changing Climate: Examining the Effects of Ocean Acidification on Submerged Wooden Artifacts Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Annabelle Fichtner 19. (Objects) Cosmetics as artifacts: the analysis and conservation of a 1930s theatrical makeup kit Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Mary Wilcop • Nathan Eddingsaas • Jonathan Thornton 28. (Architecture) Art or Awful: The Preservation and Conservation of Graffiti Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Stephanie M. Hoagland-[PA] 33. (Archaeological Conservation) The Wild West Comes to Southern Maryland: The conservation of three solder dot cans from Deadwood, South Dakota Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Francis Lukezic 36. (Collection Care) Fire Hazard of Traditional Potteries with Polyester Overlay Plywood Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Mei Tu • Jay Hsieh • Patricia Huang 39. (Archaeological Conservation) Stone-panelled red lacquer wooden table excavated from King Lu’s tomb of Ming Dynasty and its lacquer technique study Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Jianlan Wang • Yunpeng Wang • Junping Xu 42. (Architecture) Cooperation with different backgrounds for monument protection. How deep can we interfere with the monument? Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Ewa Lisiecka • Agnieszka Mielnik 45. (Archaeological Conservation) The two layers technique for supporting and assembling severely damaged composed sandals of King Tutankhamun Texas Ballroom (Foyer outside Ballrooms - Poster Session)Safwat Mohammed

4:00pm

4:30pm

5:00pm

 
Saturday, June 2
 

10:00am

10:30am

11:00am

11:30am

2:00pm

2:30pm

3:00pm

3:30pm

4:00pm

4:30pm