Amanda Pagliarino is passionate about cultural art conservation.
Amanda is a contemporary art conservator and QAGOMA Head of Conservation, Registration and Imaging Services.
Amanda has been with the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material for twelve years. She is currently the Coordinator, AICCM Environmental Guidelines Project and Editorial Committee Member of the AICCM Bulletin.
Amanda has a Post Graduate Degree in Professional Writing from Deakin University and a Bachelor of Applied Science/Conservation of Cultural Material, Objects and Sculpture specialisation from the University of Canberra.
As well as receiving the 2018 Churchill Fellowship, in 2005 Amanda was named Conservator of the Year from the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material. Amanda is a Member of the International Committee for Museums, the International Institute for conservation and is the Coordinator, Environmental Guidelines Project representative on the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material.
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