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Victoria Pearce

Director and Senior Conservator

Victoria has specialist skills in heritage and collection management, involving heritage values, conservation management, and heritage interpretation. With a degree in Fine Art and Conservation, Victoria has extensive experience in modern materials and contemporary art, particularly in art investment and management of collections.

Fine Arts Degree with Honours from the Australian National University.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Art Conservation from the University of Canberra.

Specialisation in Fine Art Conservation
Art investment advice
Site-specific collections and built heritage needs assessments

Her expertise includes project management, strategic planning, heritage assessment and conservation, interpretation and access, program development, collections development and management, and leading multidisciplinary teams.

Consultant on a number of International Heritage Development projects in China (ADB) and Singapore
Project Management of the development of the National Textiles Museum of Malaysia
Conservation trainers for UNESCO in movable heritage, Malaysia
Member of the ICOMOS-ICORP International committee member.
ICOMOS- Fabric conservation reference group (FCRG), National committee member
Disaster mitigation reviews for world heritage sites.
Member of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ)

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