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Conservation Fellowship Recipients

Past Conservation Fellowship Recipients

2018 Amy Walsh
The University of Melbourne, Australia
Caere Excavation Project
2017 Grace K. McKenzie-McHarg
The University of Melbourne, Australia
Caere Excavation Project
2016 Gyllian Porteous
Queens UniversityKingston, Ontario
Caere Excavation Project
2016 A.M. Guérin
UCLA / Getty Center
Los Angeles, CA
Caere Excavation Project
2015 Gyllian Porteous
Queens University, Canada
Caere Excavation Project
2014 Samantha Fisher
Queens University, Canada
Caere Excavation Project
2014 Elizabeth Frost
University of Evansville
Poggio Civitate Archaeological Project
2014 Heather White
University of California
Los Angeles
Mugello Valley Archaeological Project
(MVAP) at Poggio Colla
2013 Alison Longley
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Poggio Civitate Archaeological Project
2013 Nick Pedemonti
Winterthur/University of Delaware
Center for Archaeological Conservation
Archaeological site of Sant’Imbenia
2013 Emily Ricketts
Queens College, Canada
Caere Excavation Project
2012 Emily B. Frank Poggio
The Sherman Fairchild Center for Objects Conservation
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York, NY
Poggio Civitate Field School
Conservation Internship, Murlo, Italy
2012 Anna Weiss
Queen’s University Art Conservation Program
Kingston, Ontario
Canada
Investigating the “Hypogaeum of Clepsina”,
Caere (Cerveteri) Excavation Project
Cerveteri, Italy
2011 Avery Bayard
Franklin & Marshall College
Mugello Valley Archaeological Project Excavations at Poggio Colla.
2010 Caroline Cheung
Florida State University
Conservation of black-gloss pottery at Civitamura / Cetamura del Chianti
2009 Dr. Ann Steiner Conservation of Materials Associated with a Hellenistic Pottery Production Area at the Site of Poggio Colla