Conservation Scientist, Canadian Conservation Institute
Eric Hagan studied mechanical engineering and art conservation at Queen's University, Kingston, and received master's degrees in each field in 2002 and 2004 respectively. He combined interests in both areas through research into the mechanical properties of modern artist paints during his Ph.D. studies at Tate and Imperial College London. Following his graduate studies, Eric worked at the Canadian Conservation Institute with a Natural Sciences... Read More →
Collection Manager, Library and Archives Canada
Michael Smith holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Ottawa as well as diplomas in Applied Museum Studies from Algonquin College and Collections Management from The University of Victoria. Since 2011 he has been the Collection Manager responsible for the textual and cartographic (unbound) collection at Library and Archives Canada.
Head, Fine Art, Maps and Manuscripts Conservation, Library and Archives Canada
Anne F. Maheux received a Masters in Art Conservation (MAC) from Queen's University and a Certificate in the conservation of works on paper at the Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, Harvard University Art Museums. She is a recipient of the American Academy in Rome Prize in Historic Preservation and Conservation, and an accredited member of the Canadian Association of Professional Conservators. She was Conservator of Prints and... Read More →
Conservator - Books / Textiles, Archaeology, Objects and Paper, Canadian Conservation Institute
Christine McNair has a B.A. in English Literature with a minor in Art History from Acadia University and an M.A. in Conservation Studies from West Dean College (UK). Her two and a half years of graduate work in the conservation of books and library materials culminated with a thesis investigating the history and conservation of textile bookbindings. During her studies, she also completed a two-month internship at the Centre de Conservation du... Read More →