Exhibitor Profiles


Huntington T. Block Insurance Agency, Inc.
Booth # 312

1120 20th St. NW, Ste. 600, Washington, DC 20036 USA
Contact: Ever Song
Ph: 202-429-8506 Fx: 312-381-0698
Email: ever_song@aon.com
Website: www.huntingtontblock.com

The American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC) and Huntington T. Block Insurance Agency, Inc. (HTB) have partnered to provide AIC’s members with the Conservator’s Insurance Program – an insurance solution customized to your unique exposures.

Sirma Americas
Booth # 211

202 N 9th St., Ste. 201, Boise, ID 83702 USA
Contact: J. P. Benliana
Ph: 208-761-2066
Email: jp@panaton.com
Website: https://sirma.com/portal/publishing-media-cultural-heritage/

MuseumSpace is a comprehensive Museum Management Software Suite. Use the platform’s semantic functionalities to organize records, gather cultural objects, plan and manage upcoming exhibitions, work with crucial documents, simplify image management, create reports, and more. MuseumSpace is also a robust search engine, AI-driven report generator and includes integration to your collection management systems such as TMS.

Tru Vue, Inc.
Booth # 400
9400 West 55th St., Countryside, IL 60525 USA
Contact: Yadin Larochette
Ph: 312-758-3737 Fx: 312-854-2660
Email: fineart@tru-vue.com
Website: tru-vue.com/museums-collections

With nearly 50 years of proven protection and preservation, Tru Vue fine art acrylic and glass solutions, including Optium Museum Acrylic® and UltraVue® Laminated Glass, are trusted by conservation and fine art professionals to protect and display the most celebrated artworks in the world. We work closely with the museum community to develop products that meet superior aesthetic and conservation standards. For more information or to request samples visit our booth, or www.tru-vue.com/museums-collections.


Atlas Preservation Inc.
Booth # 207

122 Spring St., Ste. B1, Southington, CT 06489 USA
Contact: Jonathan W. Appell
Ph: 806-558-2785
Email: sales@atlaspreservation.com
Website: atlaspreservation.com

Atlas Preservation was conceived based on the need for a one stop source for all monument restoration supplies. Our mission quickly expanded to include many other fields relating to conservation & historic preservation. such as products for metal conservation, historic window repair, modern stone working, and more. Jonathan Appell is the founder of Atlas Preservation Inc., with over 30 years of experience he has personally conserved some of the oldest dated stones in America. He also performs the majority of historic gravestone preservation workshops throughout America.

Bruker Corporation
Booth # 107
5465 E. Cheryl Parkway, Madison, WI 53711 USA
Contact: Kodi Morton
Ph: 608-276-3017 Fx: 1-608-276-3006
Email: kodi.morton@bruker.com
Website: www.bruker.com

Bruker is one of the world’s leading analytical instrumentation companies. We cover a broad spectrum of advanced solutions in all fields of research and development. Bruker’s innovative methods and non-destructive analytical techniques help to protect and preserve artifacts and historical monuments all over the world.

Dorfman Museum Figures, Inc.
Booth # 407
6224 Holabird Ave., Baltimore, MD 21224 USA
Contact: Chad Grob
Ph: 410-284-3248 Fx: 410-284-3249
Email: chad@museumfigures.com
Website: www.museumfigures.com

Dorfman Museum Figures, Inc. is the leader in creating three-dimensional Ethafoam® Conservation Forms for archival display and storage of your artifact garments. Choose between our full Economy Ethafoam® Man and Woman, Dress and Suit Forms, Classic Forms, Storage Hat Mounts, Conservation Hangers, and more. We are continually adding to our line of products so let us know if you need something that you don’t see on our website, www.museumfigures.com.

G.C. Laser Systems, Inc.
Booth # 110
900 S. Des Plaines Ave., Forest Park, IL 60130 USA
Contact: Magdalena Dajnowski
Ph: 844-532-10641 Fx: 773-353-8699
Email: bartek@gclasers.com
Website: www.gclasers.com

G.C. Laser Systems Inc. designs and builds unique laser systems specifically for art and architecture conservation. Our compact and portable systems, such as the GC-1, offer unmatched precision and control over the level of cleaning. We also offer custom built laser cleaning solutions and laser cleaning training.

Hollinger Metal Edge Inc.
Booth # 300
6340 Bandini Blvd., Commerce, CA 90040 USA
Contact: Bob Henderson
Ph: 323-721-7800 Fx: 800-947-8814
Email: info@hollingermetaledge.com
Website: www.hollingermetaledge.com

Hollinger Metal Edge, Inc. has been the leading supplier of archival storage products for Conservators, Museums, Government and Institutional Archives, Historical Societies, Libraries, Universities, Galleries and Private Collectors for over 65 years. Famous for The Hollinger Box – the metal edged gray document cases that fill the shelves of thousands of organizations, we offer a wide variety of box styles made with various appropriate materials to store any collectible. We also supply conservation materials, inert polyester, polypropylene and Tyvek products, archival folders, buffered and unbuffered envelopes, Permalife bond papers, and buffered and unbuffered tissue paper. Hollinger Metal Edge manufactures custom orders on a daily basis and is committed to educational support for preservation workshops. Please contact us regarding your workshop, and we will provide free catalogs and samples as required.

Kremer Pigments Inc.
Booth # 310
247 West 29th St., Frnt. 1, New York, NY 10001 USA
Contact: Roger Carmona
Ph: 212-219-2394 Fx: 212-219-2395
Email: kremerpigments@googlemail.com
Website: www.kremerpigments.com

Kremer Pigments has been discovering and redeveloping historical pigments and mediums since 1977. Our professional assortment consists of over 100 different mineral pigments made from precious and semiprecious stones, which we offer in various grinds and qualities, over 70 natural earth colors, several hundred ground glass pigments, mineral and organic pigments. Binders, glues, balsams, natural resins, oils, etc., round off our pallet. Our large stock and fast mailing service guarantee a quick supply.

Polygon US Corporation
Booth # 406
15 Sharpener’s Pond Rd., Bldg. F, North Andover, MA 01845 USA
Contact: Elisa M. Ross
Ph: 800-422-6379
Email: elisa.ross@polygongroup.com
Website: www.polygongroup.us

Polygon uses state-of-the-art vacuum freeze-drying chambers that use negative pressure to create the most effective drying solution for certain materials and projects like paper, books, blueprints, x-rays, and film restoration. We also offer additional services such as copying and secured destruction and scanning services. We can provide responses to emergencies 24/7 as well as, unrivaled technical engineering backed by 30 years of experience. In addition, we have 26 owned company offices throughout North America, 3 dedicated document recovery centers, and our energy efficient equipment will reduce operating cost up to 40%.

T and D US, LLC
Booth # 218
534 N. Guadalupe St., Unit 32886, Santa Fe, NM 87501 USA
Contact: Steve Knuth
Ph: 518-669-9227
Email: sbknuth@tandd.com
Website: www.tandd.com

T&D Corporation manufactures a complete line of wireless and stand-alone Data Loggers offering a variety of web-based data collection, remote monitoring and notification features.  Wireless data collection options include an innovative hand-held portable unit with graphical display, a network connected data collector with built in Ethernet or Wi-Fi interface and even an option for remote monitoring and data collection over a GSM cellular network.  Developed specifically for Museum and Archive applications, TandD produces a 4 in 1 logger that records Temperature, Humidity, Illuminance, and Ultra Violet, and also maintains an internal running exposure total.  New this year are Temperature and Humidity loggers with integrated Wi-Fi capability that can auto upload readings to T&D’s free Cloud based WebStorage Service, or that can be logged onto directly from a Smartphone or Tablet using T&D’s free ThermoWeb App. T&D Corporation, the world’s leading supplier of wireless data loggers, is headquartered in Matsumoto Japan, and has been engaged in the design, development and manufacture of high reliability, high quality electronic measurement systems since 1986.

University Products, Inc.
Booth # 410
PO Box 101, Holyoke, MA 01041 USA
Contact: John A. Dunphy
Ph: 413-532-3372 Fx: 800-532-9281
Email: jadunphy@universityproducts.com
Website: www.universityproducts.com

University Products is the leading international supplier of conservation tools and equipment, as well as archival storage products. The company distributes products directly to dozens of countries around the world as well as through our many partners throughout Europe, Asia, South America, Mexico, and Australia, just to name a few.

Zone Display Cases
Booth # 301
660, rue de l’Argon, Charlesbourg, Quebec G2N 2G5 Canada
Contact: Stephanie Bilodeau
Ph: 1-418-554-4029 Fx: 1-418-841-2866
Email: steph@zonedisplaycases.com 
Website: www.zonedisplaycases.com

Zone Display Cases is a Canadian-based company that designs, manufactures and installs museum quality display cases all across North America and Mexico. We offer custom-built and standard cases, all built through a unique CAD/CAM process that guarantees an extreme precision and quality. Our first cases were designed and built over 10 years ago with the help of the Centre de Conservation du Québec (CCQ) and with the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI). All our cases follow and even surpass strict conservation guidelines in their fabrication. Zone Display Cases is committed to constantly improving our approach and products for unsurpassed results: Airtight archival display cases that offer a very low air leakage rate, for an efficient climate control within the exhibit chamber. You will find our display cases in many Canadian and American Museum Institution, Universities, and more and more of the open reserves projects. Contact us for any special needs. We are solution-orientated people, and we share your passion with conservation. Our mission is to Present, Protect, and Preserve our clientele’s valuable collections.


Crystalization Systems Inc.
Booth # 401
1401 Lincoln Ave., Holbrook, NY 11741 USA
Contact: Patricia J. Ellenwood
Ph: 631-467-0090 Fx: 631-467-0061
Email: info@csistorage.com
Website: www.csistorage.com

We design, manufacture, and install safe-lightweight aerospace Aluminum Collection Storage Systems that require no maintenance. Our industry-leading Moving Painting and Rolled Textile Storage Systems are available in any size. Floor, ceiling, and free-standing supported installations. Aisles are always track-free. Our re-engineered oversized flat and display/storage series cabinets are available in standard and custom sizes. We provide full budgeting and grant support. Visit our website and see our new PerfectFit™ moving painting storage “kit” system.

D/2 Biological Solution
Booth # 304
PO Box 3746, Westport, MA  02790 USA
Contact: Ted Kinnari
Ph: 917-693-7441
Email: tkinnari@d2bio.com
Website: www.d2bio.com

D/2 Biological Solution is a biodegradable, easy to use liquid that removes stains from mold, algae, mildew, lichens and air pollutants.  D/2 Biological Solution is an easy to use and effective for removing harmful biological and air pollutant staining from many building materials including masonry, marble, granite, limestone, brownstone, travertine, terra cotta, concrete, stucco, wood, canvas and vinyl & aluminum siding.

Foster + Freeman USA, Inc.
Booth # 200
46030 Manekin Plaza, Ste. 170, Sterling, VA 20166 USA
Contact: David Tobin
Ph: 888-445-5048 Fx: 888 445 5049
Email: david.tobin@fosterfreeman.com
Website: www.fosterfreeman.com

Foster & Freeman will be demonstrating a Video Spectral Comparator, or VSC®.  These instruments allow very high-quality examination of documents and similar items, under a variety of conditions, in both visible and infrared.  Many options are available for taking measurements, spectra, saving and comparing images, etc. The company also offers instruments for elemental analysis using the LIBS technique, Raman spectroscopy, and a range of high-performance LED light sources.

Gaylord Archival
Booth # 113
PO Box 4901, Syracuse, NY 13212 USA
Contact: Ashlyn Christman-McCarty
Ph: 315-634-8132 Fx: 315-453-5030
Email: mccarty@gaylord.com
Website: www.gaylord.com

Visit Gaylord Archival to see our new and innovative Frank Showcase System! It’s the first patented, fully demountable acrylic showcase system in the world—it ships flat! Let us help you bring your exhibit to life with our unparalleled selection of cases, as well as everything you need to prepare, install, display and protect your collections. If you are looking for something specific, we offer unlimited options for customization. We also carry a comprehensive selection of preservation products and conservation materials, many of which are handcrafted at our headquarters, so we can respond quickly to your custom requirements. Our wide array of museum-quality cabinets, art storage systems and flat files address your long-term storage needs. To maintain your storage environment, look to Gaylord Archival for environmental controls and monitoring devices that will suit any need or budget. Visit us at booth #113 or learn more about our products by visiting our website.

Booth # 405
205 Mount Auburn St., Watertown, MA 02472 USA
Contact: Ted Paschkis
Ph: 617-297-2546 Fx: 617-848-2641
Email: tpaschkis@goppion-us.com
Website: www.goppion.com

Goppion designs, develops, builds, and installs state-of-the-art display cases and museum installations. We work with curators, designers, and conservators to resolve all exhibition display-related issues with engineering solutions. Our tradition of innovation is sustained by our collaborations with our clients, including some of the most highly regarded architects, designers, and cultural institutions throughout the world.

Image Permanence Institute
Booth # 101
70 Lomb Memorial Dr., Rochester, NY 14623 USA
Contact: Lauren Parish
Ph: 585-475-5199 Fx: 585-475-7230
Email: lmppph@rit.edu
Website: www.imagepermanenceinstitute.org

The Image Permanence Institute is a university-based, non-profit research laboratory devoted to scientific research that informs the preservation of cultural heritage collections. IPI provides education, consulting services, publications, and practical tools to libraries, archives, and museums worldwide.

Booth # 311, 313
19 Butternut St., Greenfield, MA 01301 USA
Contact: Michael Dunphy
Ph: 413-772-0889 Fx: 413-773-7386
Email: mdunphy@smallcorp.com
Website: www.smallcorp.com

SmallCorp manufactures products for the display, conservation and storage of works of art, textiles and objects. Our frames and display cases figure prominently in museum and corporate collections. SmallCorp customers include picture framers, galleries, art conservators and related institutions and professionals.


AIC Committee: Emergency (sharing booth with the Sustainability Committee)
Booth # 413
Contact: Co-Chairs Becca Kennedy, Katie Wagner
Emails: emergencycommitteechairs@conservation-us.org
Website: www.conservation-us.org/emergencies

The charge of the committee to promote awareness and increase knowledge of the AIC membership in the areas of emergency preparedness, response and recovery for cultural heritage by: contributing to the production of articles (published or web-based), brochures and handouts which provide pertinent educational and technical information; organizing and developing lectures and workshops that provide for a foundation of understanding and the skill sets/tools needed for this type of work; supporting the function and role of the National Heritage Responders; working with other AIC Committees and Specialty Groups to most completely and accurately disseminate information; partnering with other collection-based institutions or organizations to develop broad-reaching educational training tools.

AIC Committee: Health and Safety
Booth # 402, 404
Website: www.conservation-us.org/healthandsafety

The Health & Safety Committee provides educational and technical information to the AIC membership to increase knowledge of safety hazards and general health issues related to the conservation profession. It offers information through lectures, workshops, displays, AIC’s publications, AIC’s website, and other electronic and print media. It also addresses health and safety issues of concern to the AIC membership by maintaining current information through research, by collaboration with health and safety professionals and with other health and safety organizations, and, periodically, by statistically valid surveys, the results of which facilitate establishing priorities.

AIC Committee: Sustainability (sharing booth with the Emergency Committee)
Booth # 413
Website: www.conservation-us.org/sustainability

The charge of the committee is to provide resources for AIC members and other caretakers of cultural heritage regarding environmentally sustainable approaches to preventive care and other aspects of conservation practice. They are also charged to define research topics and suggest working groups as needed to explore sustainable conservation practices and new technologies.

ACCU-SCOPE, Inc. (Unitron, Ltd)
Booth # 319
73 Mall Dr., Commack, NY  11725-5703 USA
Contact: Mark Clymer
Ph: 631-543-2000
Emails: mark.clymer@accu-scope.com, mark.clymer@unitronusa.com

UNITRON specializes in high quality microscopes for industrial, clinical, life science, research and educational applications. Since 1952 UNITRON’s microscopes and optical accessories have been used and trusted worldwide in companies such as Intel, BAE Systems, ITT, GE, Williams Co., DuPont, Boeing, 3M, Alcoa, MIT, Raytheon, Sony, Texas Instruments, Northrop Grumman, and the Mayo Clinic. Manufactured and assembled to the strictest quality standards, our products are available exclusively through a nationwide network of authorized distributors.

Allied Scientific Pro
Booth # 418
815 Boulevard Carriere, Gatineau, QC J8Y 6T4 Canada
Contact: Ben Chramtchenko
Ph: 1-819-743-7851
Email: ben@alliedscientificpro.com
Website: www.alliedscientificpro.com

Allied Scientific Pro (ASP) has developed and manufactured a laser cleaning system for the conservation market. Offering full control over a wide range of parameters allows for precise cleaning with the ability to retain patinas. ASP is capable of offering a state of the art laser cleaning system to address the needs of the conservators. Our laser system is compact, robust and has a long lifetime with little to no maintenance for years. We are using the latest laser and scanner technology to offer high quality performance and speed efficient cleaning without causing damage to the object.

Applied Surface Technologies
Booth # 104
15 Hawthorne Drive, New Providence, NJ 07974 USA
Contact: Robert Sherman
Ph: 908-464-6675
Email: roberts@co2clean.com
Website: www.co2clean.com/art

Applied Surface Technologies will demonstrate CO2 Snow Cleaning as applied to cleaning and restoring art. We will demonstrate the CO2 Snow Cleaning units, with and without heated compressed air about the CO2 snow stream, for cleaning different materials and items. CO2 snow can remove soot, hydrocarbon oils, fingerprints, dust, particles of all sizes, polishing residues and more. Examples shown include fingerprints on a polymer structure, polishing and wax residues, soot and more.

Archetype Publications Ltd.
Booth # 419
1 Birdcage Walk, London SW1H9JJ UK
Contact: James Black
Ph: 011 44 207 380 0800 Fx: 011 44 207 380 0500
Email: jb@archetype.co.uk
Website: www.archetype.co.uk

Archetype Publications Ltd (established 1987) is a leading publisher of books related to the conservation of art and antiquities and technical art history. Many Archetype titles are written or edited by current or recent conservators, conservation scientists and other specialists. Archetype works with several well-known organizations (national museums, international organizations, universities) often publishing conference pre-prints or post-prints in association with them. Archetype has a US distributor and fulfilment agent but distributes its own titles to Europe and the rest of the world from London.

Art Preservation Services, Inc.
Booth # 403
44-02 23rd St., Ste. 102, Long Island City, NY 11101 USA
Contact: Steven Weintraub
Ph: 718-786-2400
Email: apsnyinc@gmail.com
Website: www.apsnyc.com

Art Preservation Services introduces the Connolux CL-1 Studio Luminaire. This innovative light fixture is designed for conservators. The user can customize light coverage to maintain high intensity when the fixture is placed outside the conservation work zone. Exceptional color rendering properties make it ideal for color matching. Please visit the APS exhibit booth, try it for yourself, and find out how the Connolux Luminaire solves problems commonly associated with light fixtures used by conservators.

Boxart, Inc.
Booth # 219
79 N 5th St., Brooklyn, NY 11249 USA
Contact: Meg Colbert
Ph: 718-782-6100
Email: meg@boxart.com, info@boxart.com
Website: www.boxart.com

Boxart is a fine art crating and packing company that specializes in top of the line crates for the care of art in transit. Each crate is unique to the object it services and is built to the client’s specifications. From museum exhibitions, to art fairs, to private collections and artist’s studios, Boxart provides a range of services to fit multiple needs and concerns, with the safety of the art always being the primary consideration. 

Carestream Non-Destructive Testing
Booth # 203

1049 W Ridge Rd., Rochester, NY 14615 USA
Contact: Iain Craigie
Ph: 585-627-6726
Email: iain.craigie@carestream.com
Website: www.carestream.com/nondestructivetesting.html

Carestream NDT is a worldwide provider of X-ray imaging systems used by Art Conservatories around the world. Products include digital computed radiography (CR) systems, digital radiography (DR) systems, imaging plates, cassettes, DICONDE archiving, conventional film & chemicals, automatic film processing equipment and accessories. Our innovative solutions enable our customers’ success and reveal critical information on priceless pieces of art and artifacts. Our award-winning products keep conservators at the forefront of technological advancements in art imaging.

Case[werks], LLC
Booth # 415
1019 Cathedral Street, First Floor, Baltimore MD 21201 USA
Contact: Matt Malaquias
Ph: 410-332-4160 Fx:410-332-4106
Email: info@casewerks.com
Website: www.casewerks.com

Case[werks] is a trusted source for products used for displaying original art & special collections -- archival display cases, exhibit glazing, gallery fixtures, signage & display. We are the North American agent for Glasbau REIER of Lauta, Germany and part of an elite network serving the world’s premier cultural institutions. REIER is ISO 9001 certified and one of only two BEMMA certified showcase manufacturers worldwide involved in research on materials used in archival casework.

Delta Designs Ltd. 
Booth # 306
1535 NW 25th St., Topeka KS 66618 USA
Contact: Peter Doucette
Ph: 800-656-7426 ext. 220
Email: pdoucette@deltadesignsltd.com
Website: www.deltadesignsltd.com

Delta Designs Ltd specializes in the design and professional manufacture of high-quality museum storage equipment. Our products meet the highest standards of conservation practices and storage of various collections.

Gamblin Conservation Colors
Booth # 214

2734 SE Raymond St., Portland, OR 97202 USA
Contact: Robert Gamblin
Ph: 503-805-0410
Email: rgamblin@conservationcolors.com
Website: www.conservationcolors.com

Gamblin Conservation Colors makes aldehyde resin-based colors for use in the conservation of paintings, objects, furniture, and photographs. Formulated by members of AIC in the 90’s, Conservation Colors are stable, lightfast, and reversible. Available in a ½ pan size, 15 ml. Other products include: pigmented wax resin for the filling of losses in paintings. 12 colors in this product range. Galdehyde Resin solution, Gamvar, Regalrez 1094, Laropal A-81.

The Getty Conservation Institute
Booth # 212
1200 Getty Center Dr., Ste. 700, Los Angeles, CA 90049 USA
Contact: Anna Zagorski
Ph: 310-440-7325 Fx: 310-440-7702
Email: gciweb@getty.edu
Website: www.getty.edu/conservation

The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) works internationally to advance conservation practice in the visual arts—broadly interpreted to include objects, collections, architecture, and sites. The Institute serves the conservation community through scientific research, education and training, field projects, and the dissemination of information. In all its endeavors, the GCI creates and delivers knowledge that contributes to the conservation of the world's cultural heritage.

Getty Publications
Booth # 213, 215

1200 Getty Center Dr., Ste. 500, Los Angeles, CA 90049 USA
Contact: Kimberley Westad
Ph: 310-440-7506 Fx: 310-440-7758
E-mail: kwestad@getty.edu
Website: www.getty.edu/publications

Getty Publications produces award-winning titles that result from or complement the work of the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Getty Conservation Institute, and the Getty Research Institute. This wide variety of books covers the fields of art, photography, archaeology, architecture, conservation, and the humanities for both the general public and specialists.

Hiromi Paper, Inc.
Booth # 103
9469 Jefferson Blvd., Ste. 117, Culver City, CA 90232 USA
Contact: Yuki & Hiromi Katayama
Ph: 310-998-0098 Fx: 310-998-0028
Email: yuki@hiromipaper.com
Website: www.hiromipaper.com

Specializing in papers from Japan and around the World since 1988, Hiromi Paper, Inc. has been devoted to the creation of a greater rapport between Japanese papermakers, conservators, printers, artists, and bookmakers, while developing new directions and a deeper understanding of Japanese papers or WASHI. We not only strive to support papermakers and the traditions, but to also grow with the present and future needs of the people that use the papers.

Hirox-USA, Inc.
Booth # 106
100 Commerce Way, Ste. 4, Hackensack, NJ 07601 USA
Contact: Edvina Bassano
Ph: 201-342-2600 Ext 205 Fx: 201-342-7322
Email: edvina@hirox-usa.com
Website: www.hirox-usa.com

HIROX invented the first digital microscope over 25 years ago paving the road for new innovative microscopy. HIROX’s high-quality optical, mechanical, and lighting designs have the capability of achieving an expansive magnification range from 0x-7000x. HIROX’s systems incorporate a variety of features, including 2D/3D measurement, HDR, anti-halation, and 2D/3D tiling.

Inherent Vice Squad
Booth # 100
3951 Colby Way, San Bruno, CA 94066 USA
Contact: Angela Yvarra McGrew
Ph: 650-355-5392
Email: contact@inherentvicesquad.com
Website: www.inherentvicesquad.com

Inherent Vice Squad was established in 2009 by three object conservators to provide supplies and tools designed with the philosophy that function can also be fun and beautiful. Primarily for the conservation and preservation community, IVS believes that its product line will also be useful for the broader museum community and for people who work with their hands in the arts or sciences.

The Japanese Paper Place
Booth # 305
103 The East Mall, Unit 1, Toronto, ON M8Z 5X9 Canada
Contact: Nancy Jacobi
Ph: 1-416-703-0089 Fx: 1-416-538-0563
Email: nancy@japanesepaperplace.com
Website: www.japanesepaperplace.com

The Japanese Paper Place stocks a wide range of Heritage washi, both sheets and rolls of conservation quality. Included are Kurotani, Hosokawa, Usumino, Oguni and Sekishu papers all from 100% Japanese kozo. Also, Moriki kozo, dyed Matsuo kozo, Japanese tools, brushes and adhesives including funori. A wide range of Kashiki kozo and gampi rolls in varying weights and tones, cut into custom lengths or packaged in mixtures. Delivered with deep knowledge gained on our frequent visits to Japan and connections there over the past 37 years. In partnership with US-based washiarts.com.

MuseuM Services Corporation
Booth # 202
385 Bridgepoint Way, South St. Paul, MN 55075 USA
Contact: Linda Butler
Ph: 651-450-8954 Fx: 651-554-9217
Email: info@museumservicescorporation.com
Website: www.museumservicescorporation.com

Providing equipment, supplies and services for institutions and individuals for over 37 years, Museum Services Corporation is pleased to once again attend the AIC Annual Meeting. Please stop by our booth to enjoy hands-on demonstrations of equipment, take home some supply samples, and talk about what else we can do to help you in your future treatments!

National Center for Preservation Technology & Training (NCPTT)
Booth # 205
645 University Parkway, Natchitoches, LA 71457 USA
Contact: Jason Church
Ph: 318-356-7444 Fx: 318-356-9119
Email: jason_church@contractor.nps.gov
Website: www.ncptt.nps.gov

The National Park Service’s National Center for Preservation Technology and Training protects America’s historic legacy by equipping professionals in the field of historic preservation with progressive technology-based research and training. Since its founding in 1994, NCPTT has awarded over $7 million in grants for research that fulfills its mission of advancing the use of science and technology in the fields of archaeology, architecture, landscape architecture and materials conservation.

Northeast Document Conservation Center
Booth # 411
100 Brickstone Sq., Andover, MA 01810 USA
Contact: Julie Martin
Ph: 978-470-1010
Email: jmartin@nedcc.org
Website: www.nedcc.org

Founded in 1973, the Northeast Document Conservation Center is the first nonprofit conservation center in the U.S. to specialize in the preservation of paper-based materials for cultural institutions and private collections. NEDCC serves clients nationwide, providing conservation treatment for book, photograph, and paper collections, including works of art on paper, Asian art, and oversize works. NEDCC provides digital imaging, audio preservation, assessments, consultations, and disaster assistance, and is a trusted resource for preservation information and training.

Opus Instruments
Booth # 303
Unit 8 Lodge Farm Barns, New Rd., Norwich, Norfolk NR9 3LZ UK
Contact: Stephen Chambers
Ph: 011-44-1603-740397
Email: hello@opusinstruments.com
Website: www.opusinstruments.com

Opus Instruments are the team behind the world’s leading cameras for Infrared Reflectography.  The renowned Osiris camera has been used to examine hundreds of artworks at leading institutions and art galleries around the globe, making notable contributions within the fields of both art conservation and art history. Following in its success is Opus Instruments’ new Apollo camera, which allows you to capture and explore infrared reflectographs in more depth and detail than ever before.

Print File, Inc.
Booth # 315
1846 S. Orange Blossom Trl., Apopka, FL 32703 USA
Contact: Gene Amoroso
Ph: 407-886-3100 Fx: 407-886-0008
Email: gene@printfile.com
Website: www.printfile.com

Print File Archival Storage at www.printfile.com, is your complete source for innovative product solutions that include traditional or digital photographic presentation and storage needs as well as the lowest prices on all document and paper-borne storage materials. With Print File’s expertise, spanning more than 50 years, institutions have been using Print File products in housing their valuable collections and archives. Print File’s commitment to deliver only the highest quality products throughout the world has established our reputation as the world leader in museum quality storage. Print File Archival Storage will continue to be your partner in preserving the memories of yesterday, for the appreciation of tomorrow’s generations.

RH Conservation Engineering
Booth # 307
“Meakins Rise” 16 Meakins Rd., Flinders, Victoria 3929, Australia
Contact: Robin Hodgson
Ph: 011-61-3-5989-1199
Email: rhe@rhconservationeng.com
Website: www.rhconservationeng.com

Established in 1991 by conservator Robin Hodgson, RH Conservation Engineering is a research driven supplier of the most innovative, technically advanced and aesthetically pleasing equipment available, providing consistent quality results in the conservation of human artistic and cultural heritage. Many of the materials and manufacturing techniques used in our equipment come from the aerospace, electronics, and advanced manufacturing industries.

Routledge, Taylor & Francis
Booth # 412
Taylor & Francis Group, 4 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 4RN, UK
Contact: George Cooper
Phone: 011-44-20-7017-4370
Email: raymond.reinhardt@taylorandfrancis.com
Website: www.tandfonline.com

Routledge is proud to publish the Journal of the American Institute for Conservation. Visit our stand at AIC & CAC to browse the latest research published in the journal, our wider journals and books collections in conservation and heritage, and to find out how you can submit your own paper. We look forward to meeting you! www.tandfonline.com/yjac.

Sabia Inc.
Booth # 115
Rm. 14 Main Bldg. Kyoto Technoscience Center, 14 Yoshidakawara-cho, Sakyo-ku Kyoto 606-8305 Japan
Contact: Masaaki Taniguchi
Ph: 011-81-75-762-5600 Fx: 011-81-75-762-5601
Email: taniguchi@sabia.co.jp
Website: http://sabia.co.jp

We have developed and use a variety of scanners to perform the most optimal digitization, which is based on the use of cultural properties and the shape of artwork. We additionally offer on-site and vertical scanning, Near Infrared imaging, and so on. By using the most up-to-date digital technology, we offer a thorough array of digital archiving solutions in order to carefully and faithfully preserve cultural assets both within the U.S. and around the world.

Sarah Balinskas Fine Framing, LLC
Booth # 414
1114 Taft St., Houston, TX  77019, USA
Contact: Sarah Balinskas
Ph: 713-630-0030 Ext. 103
Email: sarah@sarahbalinskas.com
Website: www.sarahbalinskas.com

Sarah Balinskas Fine Framing maintains the value of artwork and collections by providing appropriate frame design, specialized display solutions and conservation conscious art care. Our showroom is a library of historical and contemporary samples. Our wood working department makes custom hand finished gold leaf work and custom hardwood work to exact specifications. Our preparation department uses preservation techniques including hinging, sewing and armatures to mount artwork and collections for exhibition

Spacesaver Corporation
Booth # 314
1450 Janesville Ave., Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 USA
Contact: Kelly Tomajko
Ph: 920-563-0507
Email: ktomajko@spacesaver.com
Website: www.spacesaver.com

Spacesaver helps improve collections care at museums worldwide. Our clients include the Field Museum of Chicago, the California Academy of Sciences, and many other museums, large and small, in the US and abroad. Product offerings range from museum cabinets and high-density mobile storage (compactors) to a variety of drawers and trays, shelving, and art rack options. Our network of authorized affiliates provides design assistance, installation, and maintenance. Contact us to arrange a free space assessment.

Booth # 318
330 Morgan Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11211 USA
Contacts: Jacob Salik
Ph: 212-219-0770
Email: jake@talasonline.com
Website: www.talasonline.com

Bookbinding, Conservation and Archival supplies. Visit our booth for copies of our most recent catalogs, samples, and featured new products.

Zarbeco, LLC
Booth # 201
1240 Sussex Turnpike, Suite 5, Randolph, NJ 07869 USA
Contact: Meryl Zweig
Ph: 973-933-2043 Fx: 973-933-2336
Email: mzweig@zarbeco.com
Website: www.zarbeco.com

Zarbeco manufactures handheld digital microscopes and imaging software serving art conservators for over 15 years. See our new extended field MiScope Megapixel 2 with 5x-140x magnification and up to 4-inch field of view with optional IR and UV LEDs and tripod mount.