Museum Study instructors are accomplished experts in their respective fields who have valuable knowledge and experience to share. To learn more about our individual instructors click on their name to see their bio.
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Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Specialist in object conservation, moving collections, Integrated Pest Management, mount making and preventive care.
Independent Museum Professional
She has had the rare experience of participating in major collection moves at three different institutions.
Exhibitions Developer/Project Director
Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibitions Services (SITES)
He specializes in unique ways to tell stories through exhibitions.
Conservator & Consultant
PhotoArts Imaging Professionals, LLC
She specializing in the conservation and treatment of photographic materials, film and audio-visual media.
Art Conservator and Collections Management Consultant
Passionate about art conservation, archive management and salvage & recovery from disasters.
Head of Collection Management, Special Collections
The New York Pubic Library
Collections manager focusing on emergency preparedness and preventive conservation.
TECHNOSEUM & Registrar Trek
Angela is especially interested in finding affordable ways to improve collections care in smaller institutions.
Science Museum of Minnesota
Specializes in preventive conservation, with an emphasis on exhibition, storage, and shipping mounts; environmental monitoring; Integrated Pest Management; and ethnographic conservation.
He has published more than 150 popular and technical articles on museum studies and herpetological topics, including five books.
Helping the staff and leadership of cultural and natural resource organizations plan for a more sustainable future.
John Veverka & Associates
Consultant in interpretive planning, training and heritage tourism.
Protect Heritage Corp.
His doctoral thesis from Goteborg University in 2003, Cultural Property Risk Analysis Model, was considered groundbreaking and has since changed the way museum collection professionals plan strategically and set priorities.
Leveraging her background in government, she has participated extensively in advocacy initiatives of the American Alliance of Museums.
Institute of Museum Ethics at Seton Hall University