Amy Bartlett currently works in private conservation and curatorial practice in Tasmania. Her qualifications include a Master of Arts (Materials Conservation), Postgraduate Certificate in Arts (Photographic Materials Conservation), Graduate Diploma (Arts Administration) and a Bachelor of Arts. She is currently undertaking her Doctor of Philosophy (Creative Arts) at the University of Tasmania.
Prior to working in private practice, Amy has worked in paper and photographic conservation roles at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, the National Archives of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria and Museums Victoria.
Amy is a Professional Member of the AICCM. She has held numerous positions with AICCM including President and Treasurer of the Tasmanian Division, Co-coordinator of the PHOTON Special Interest Group and Student Representative with the Victorian Division. Amy is currently Secretary of the AICCM National Council.