Names

  • Zora Sanders

Zora Sanders: Communications Officer

Zora is studying for her Masters of Cultural Material Conservation at the Grimwade Centre for Cultural Material Conservation at the University of Melbourne. Before beginning her Masters, she worked as an editor at Melbourne University Publishing, editing Meanjin, the second oldest literary journal in Australia. While there she helped expand the journal's web and social

Zora Sanders: Communications Officer2021-02-23T20:23:14+11:00

Michelle Berry: Secretariat Manager

Michelle graduated from the University of Canberra in 1989 specialising in objects conservation. Her career has spanned working in public Australian institutions such as the Western Australian Maritime Museum and Museum Victoria as well as following a life long interest in archaeology, working in Egypt, Thailand and Antarctica as an onsite conservator. In 2009

Michelle Berry: Secretariat Manager2020-11-30T22:00:32+11:00
  • Hilary Milsome

Hilary Milsome: Bookkeeping and accounts

Hilary has worked in various fields of accounting and book-keeping for over 35 years and has been self employed since 2000. In the past 6 years she has become part of the first intake of the Federal Government's new Tax Practitioners Board BAS Agents and works with a number of small business clients to help maintain

Hilary Milsome: Bookkeeping and accounts2022-03-02T17:14:47+11:00

Gaynor Ashford: Western Australian President

My background is in teaching Home Economics. I completed the Certificate of Museum Studies and have practiced textile conservation for the Textile Collection which is part of the Embroiderers' Guild of WA since 2006 I hope to broaden my knowledge and experience in this new role as President of the WA chapter, and I hope

Gaynor Ashford: Western Australian President2023-01-15T18:12:54+11:00

Alice Cannon: President

Alice is a paper, photographic and preventive conservator. She trained at the University of Canberra in the early 90s and has worked at a variety of cultural organisations including Artlab (Adelaide) and the State Library of Victoria (Melbourne). She is currently the manager of Society and Technology collections at Museums Victoria. Her interests include

Alice Cannon: President2021-02-23T20:15:27+11:00
  • Ian Batterham

Ian Batterham: Public officer/ ACT President

Ian was among the first intake of students for the original materials conservation course at the Canberra College of Advanced Education (CCAE). He graduated in 1980 and took up a position at the National Archives of Australia, where he remains to this day. Over the years Ian has carried out a range of significant

Ian Batterham: Public officer/ ACT President2022-02-16T09:27:29+11:00

Grace Barrand: Vice President

Grace is an early career professional with four years experience working with cultural heritage. She completed the Masters in Cultural Materials Conservation at the University in Melbourne in 2019. Thanks to the mentorship of those around her, Grace approaches conservation with a heart for placing people at the centre, and is passionate about

Grace Barrand: Vice President2021-08-02T17:28:51+10:00
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