Martha has presented at the American Institute of Conservation’s General Session on chelating agents and IIC’s Modern Art, New Museums on Jean Arp in 2004.

Publications:

Singer M (1995) Garuda Condition Survey: Enclosure Wall IV at Preah Khan.  Preah Khan Conservation; Historic City of Angkor, Cambodia, Field Campaign III; Appendix VIA, New York, World Monuments Fund.

Singer M and Larson J(1997) Laser Cleaning of Ivory: An Effective Alternative to the Traditional Approaches. Lasers in the Conservation of Artworks (LACONA) II Conference Proceedings, Liverpool, England (poster).

Sirois J, Moffat E, Singer M (November 15, 1999) The analysis of outdoor bronze sculptures fromthe Assemblée Nationale in Québec City, Canada.  Eastern Analytical Symposium, Somerset, NJ. 

Singer M and Fletcher V (2004) The conservation of Arp’s bronzes; preserving the sculpture’s history or the artist’s intent. In: Modern art, new museums. International Institute for Conservation (pp. 73-76).

Hand in Hand: Conservation of Latex. Working with contemporary artist Susie MacMurray on flock-lined latex gloves for A Mixture of Frailties Part I.  Martha Singer, Principal, atelier de conservation, and Jason Church, Church, Materials Conservator, National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. To see poster, http://www.conservation-us.org/docs/default-source/annualmeeting/2015am_poster_871535A77DBB5B.pdf

Hand in Hand: Conservation of Latex. Working with contemporary artist Susie MacMurray on flock-lined latex gloves for A Mixture of Frailties Part II.  Jason Church, Materials Conservator, National Center for Preservation Technology and Training; Martha Singer, Principal, atelier de conservation. To see poster, http://www.conservation-us.org/docs/default-source/annualmeeting/2015am_poster_88.pdf