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* Marian Kaminitz (March 2002)
MARIAN MILIAMA KAMINITZ
Marian holds a Masters of Science degree and is Head of Conservation at the Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of the American Indian.
uses the SITH® process daily to clean and let go of problems in her
life, allowing peace and freedom to manifest effortlessly.
is forever grateful to Morrnah
and the Divinity for the Self I-Dentity through Ho'oponopono® process.
Rebecca Summerour, Andrew W. Mellon ...
Rebecca Summerour, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Textile Conservation at the National Museum of the American Indian; Sarah Owens, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Textile Conservation, National Museum of the American Indian; Shannon A. Brogdon-Grantham, member of the Class of 2015, Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation; Marian Kaminitz, Head of Conservation, National Museum of the American Indian; and Susan Heald, Textile Conservator, National Museum of the American Indian
. Marian Kaminitz, Head of Conservation at the National Museum of the American Indian gave the opening remarks, stressing the importance of mountmaking and its "coming of age" as a profession.
She discussed the integral roles of mountmaking within the museum as ensuring the safety of the objects on display, while fulfilling the curatorial and exhibition designer's vision.
Steve Cayard :: Birchbark Canoe Builder
This was especially true in 1998 when Marian Kaminitz, head of conservation at the National Museum of the American Indian, hired David Moses Bridges, a Passamaquoddy birchbark canoe builder then apprenticing with me, and myself, to help restore a beautiful old birchbark canoe.