Ms. Anne MacKay

Head of Conservation
McCord Museum
Participe à 1 Session
Anne MacKay is the Head, Conservation at the McCord Museum in Montreal, where she oversees all conservation and preservation activities. She has worked as a conservator in museums nationally and internationally, including the National Gallery of Canada, the Canadian Museum of History, the Metropolitan Museum in New York and the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara, Turkey. She has published and lectured on conservation issues, is an associate editor of the Journal of the Canadian Association of Conservation and has taught courses on the history and theory of art conservation at Concordia University. Anne was accredited by the Canadian Association of Professional Conservators in 1995 in the conservation of sculpture. Her research interests include the theory and history of conservation, and the connections that can be made between conservation research and the study of history, material culture and connoisseurship. Recent publications include: “The Frame in Context: The Seagram Collection at the McCord Museum”. In The Journal of Canadian Art History, February 2015 (in progress) “When is Conservation? Object Biography and Conservation Practice” Proceedings of the conference À la recherche du savoir : nouveaux échanges sur les collections du Musée McCord / Collecting Knowledge: New Dialogues on McCord Museum (in progress) “The Removal of Metal Soaps from Brass Beads on a Leather Belt”, U. Werner, L.S. Selwyn, T. Stone, W.R. McKinnon, A. MacKay and T. Grant. In Studies in Conservation, Vol.57, No.1, 2012 “A String of Beads Unbroken: Continuity and Collaboration in an Exhibition of Iroquois Beadwork”. In ICOM-CC 15th Triennial Conference Preprints. London, England, 2008.

Sessions auxquelles Ms. Anne MacKay participe

lundi 6 juin, 2016

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