Conservator of Sculpture and Decorative Arts, Art Gallery of Ontario
Lisa Ellis has been the Conservator of Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the Art Gallery of Ontario since 2007: she is the AGO's technical lead on an upcoming exhibition about boxwood carvings from the renowned Thomson Collection at the AGO. She has published conservation articles in Studies in Conservation, the JAIC, Material Research Society Symposium Proceedings, as well as in ICOM proceedings.
Curator of Sculpture and Decorative Arts and Chair, Print & Drawing Council, Art Gallery of Ontario
Alexandra Suda is Curator of Sculpture and Decorative Arts and Chair, Print & Drawing Council at the Art Gallery of Ontario. She is currently completing her PhD focused on medieval manuscripts at the Institute of Fine Arts NYU and has a Masters Degree from Williams and an AB from Princeton University. Prior to coming to the AGO, Sasha worked at both the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Clark Art Institute.
at the University of Western Ontario
Dr. Andrew Nelson gained his PhD from UCLA in 1995 in Anthropology. His research interests are centered in two of the major subfields of anthropology, biological anthropology and archaeology. In the field of biological anthropology his research focus is human evolution. In the field of archaeology his research focus is the study of human remains from ancient cultures. Nelson's work in human evolution involves the detailed analysis of... Read More →
The Paul and Jill Ruddock Senior Curator, Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Barbara Drake Boehm is The Paul and Jill Ruddock Senior Curator for the Met Cloisters at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. She is co-curator, with Alexandra Suda of the Art Gallery of Ontario, and Frits Scholten of the Rijksmuseum of the forthcoming exhibition on miniature boxwood carvings, Miraculous Miniatures. In addition, she is co-curator with Met colleague Melanie Holcomb of Every People Under Heaven: Jerusalem 1000-1400, opening in September... Read More →
Conservation Scientist (retired), Canadian Conservation Institute
Elizabeth Moffatt earned a B.Sc. (Hons) in Chemistry from Memorial University of Newfoundland and an M.Sc., specializing in organic chemistry, from the University of Ottawa. She worked at the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) from 1978 until her retirement in 2015. As a Senior Conservation Scientist at CCI, she specialized in the analysis of materials using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy and scanning electron... Read More →
Senior Conservation Scientist, Canadian Conservation Institute
Jennifer Poulin earned a B.Sc. (Hons) in Chemistry from Acadia University in 1992 and a Master’s degree in Analytical Chemistry, specializing in gas chromatography, from Dalhousie University in 1995. She has worked in the analysis of natural products since 1996 and began work at the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) in 2003, where she is currently a Senior Conservation Scientist. She specializes in the analysis of organic components in... Read More →
Conservator and Administrator, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Pete Dandridge, Conservator and Administrator, came to the Museum in 1979 after receiving his MA in Conservation and a certificate of advanced studies from the Cooperstown Graduate Program in the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works of Art. Since 1984, he has had primary responsibility for the conservation of the ivories, enamels, and metalwork in the collection of the Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters. His published work and... Read More →