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NEW ZEALAND CONSERVATORS OF CULTURAL MATERIALs


Angela Ruegger

 

Member profile details

Membership level
Full Member
First name
Angela
Last name
Ruegger
Profile picture
Regional Group
Auckland
Name of organisation or business
The Conservation Workshop
Occupation
Paintings Conservator
Specialism/expertise
  • Easel Paintings
  • Other
  • Painted Surfaces; objects, architectural
  • Preventive Conservation
  • Sculpture
Available for:
Conservation advice and treatment of objects.
About/bio
Angela Ruegger has been running her own conservation studio The Conservation Workshop since 2007. She graduated with a M.A. in the Conservation of Cultural Materials (Paintings and Polychrome Surfaces) from the University of Melbourne in 2005, and subsequently worked in conservation departments in New Zealand and overseas. During her formative years as a conservator she was awarded internship opportunities at the MHK Kassel, Germany and the Marylin Mayo Internship at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. These internships were followed by several private contracts with the same institutions, ensuring strong personal and professional connections to the present day. In private practice Angela has looked after institutional and private collections throughout New Zealand.
W https://www.conservationworkshop.co.nz/
E angela.ruegger@conservationworkshop.co.nz
M 0212513851
I https://www.instagram.com/theconservationworkshop/
Qualifications and/or experience
2007- present *Private practice- The Conservation Workshop, Auckland
2011 *Marylyn Mayo Professional post graduate Internship in Paintings Conservation- Auckland Art Gallery
2008 *Postgraduate Hessen Internship in Paintings Conservation- MHK- Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel, Germany
2005 *Master of Arts in the Conservation of Cultural Materials- The University of Melbourne,Australia
Specialisation: Paintings and Polychrome Surfaces
2005 *Semester Internship, Icon Restoration Department- The Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens, Greece
2004 *Volunteer work in the Conservation Department- The Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand
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