Welcome to the official ANAGPIC 2014 Buffalo webpage with current information for planning your trip to the conference. Our theme this year is EXTREME CONSERVATION and we are excited to welcome you to our city and Buffalo State.
Thursday, April 10th:
Tours: (You must be pre-registered for all tours)
2 - 3pm Richardson Olmsted Complex Tour, 400 Forest Avenue, Must arrive at site by 1:45pm. It is a hard hat tour so appropriate closed toed shoes are required.
3 - 4:30pm Millionaire's Row Walking Tour, Meet at the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site 642 Delaware Ave.
6 - 8:30pm Registration & Reception, Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House Cash Bar
Frday, April 11th:
8:30am - 5pm - Student Talks
6:30 - 10:30pm - Banquet, Pierce Arrow Museum Cash Bar
Saturday, April 12th
8:30 - 12 noon - Professional Talks
12noon - 1:30pm - Art Conservation Department Open House
Sunday, April 13th
9am - 2pm INCCA Workshop, Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Pre-Registration required for selected students)
Blocks of hotel rooms have been reserved at:
Map of conference locations:
Here is a MapQuest map showing all of the conference locations. You can hover over each pin to get the location name and address.
Patrick Ravines, Director
Meredeth Lavelle, Program Manager
Lucy Skinner, Mellon Fellow in Conservation Education
This conference is meant for all students and faculty of art conservation graduate programs that are members of the ANAGPIC organization. Friday's activities are not open to the public, however, Saturday's program is for a $15 admission fee.