Charlotte is a Conservator with experience in objects, textiles, and exhibitions conservation. She completed a Master of Cultural Materials Conservation at the University of Melbourne in 2009 and has subsequently worked at the National Gallery of Victoria, the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, and the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery. She has been employed at Museums Victoria since 2014, where she works to facilitate public access to the collections through acquisitions, loans, and exhibitions programs.

An enthusiastic supporter of the AICCM, Charlotte is a Professional Member and has held several committee roles in the past, as President of Tasmanian the Division, Secretary of the Victorian Branch, and member of the organising committee for the 2019 AICCM National Conference. She took on the role of Victorian Branch President in 2021, and regularly mentors conservation students through the AICCM Mentoring Program.

Charlotte was awarded a 2021 ADFAS & AICCM Mid-Career Scholarship, with which she undertook a suite of pattern making courses to improve her skills in the manufacture of underpinnings for the display of costume. 2021 AICCM ADFAS Mid-Career Scholarship: Course Review – Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material

Portrait of Museums Victoria Conservator, Objects, Charlotte Walker. Source: Museums Victoria / Photographer: Benjamin Healley

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