2021 – University of Canberra – Ange Costello
Ange has distinguished herself as a student at the University of Canberra. She has a highly developed understanding of conservation and it ethics, and her practical work has been acknowledged by her lecturers and tutors as impeccable. Ange is active in the conservation community and is highly committed to become part of the profession.
2021 – University of Melbourne – Cheralyn Lim
Cheralyn’s research thesis investigated the ethical and practical challenges in preserving self-adhesive photograph albums belonging to the Kanamkek-Yile Ngala Museum in Wadeye in the Northern Territory. During her studies she has also worked with contemporary artist Brook Andrew’s studio and the City of Melbourne collection. She is an active member of the AICCM Bulletin’s Editorial Assistant Committee and an arts advocate with the Footscray Community Arts Centre.